API Middleware

I know what you’re thinking and no, an API is not a type of beer – that’s an IPA. Instead, an API stands for Application Programming Interface. An API is created to receive requests and send responses so, at a base level, two different interfaces can communicate with one another using these API connectors; cool, huh? But what does that mean for your business? It means that we support the capability that allows two (or more) separate systems to communicate with each other. When systems communicate, they are enabled to provide a more efficient and seamless process.

Everyone benefits for different reasons

Customers

Utilizing API’s will create a more seamless experience between the customer-facing pieces of your business, letting you focus on creating a better customer experience. Whether shoppers visit you online or in-store, the experience will look and feel the same.

Sales Staff

Employees can have confidence that all their product interactions are fluid and dependable. They’ll know the correct information will always be in front of them.

Operations

APIs make the dreams of operations managers a reality by ensuring an experience where RQ is seamlessly sending information to your eCommerce platform, your accounting and payroll programs, and more! Say goodbye to exporting and importing, it’ll be a thing of the past.

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