Emma's Web Services suite will allow a client's software to access many of Emma's audience and response-tracking features. Emma offers two levels of API integration. The first is the Remote Signup feature whereby users can bypass the Emma-powered signup forms and create signup forms that are linked to their Emma account. Web Services allows a higher level of synchronization between a user database and the Emma database. The API allows functionality such as
# Add or delete member fields to have your Emma email-marketing database mirror the structure of your master database
# Add, edit and delete groups to mirror your master database groups/lists, and move people about from group to group
# Add, edit and delete member records in your Emma database to reflect changes in yours
# Retrieve overall stats for email campaigns to be merged with broader campaign reports
The API uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML.
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