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So you need to send emails. Pretty simple right? Not so fast. It doesn’t matter how easy your language or framework makes sending emails, if you try to do it on your own be prepared to configure mail servers, setup Spam-related DNS entries, and still wonder if mail is actually being delivered. And your applications needs to process incoming email? Back to the config files, piping mail to your script - or just end up polling a POP or IMAP box. That’s what I had to do, back in the day. Fortunately, like so many things today, there’s an API for that. Actually there are a few.
||With the Pepipost API, you can connect Pepipost to a CMS, your application server, blog platform, and more for instant sending of transactional mails. The custom developed HTTP API can send up to...||01.18.2016|
Qymatix Predictive Sales Analytics
||The Qymatix Predictive Sales Analytics API lets developers integrate the Qymatix services into their applications, enabling sales managers in SMEs and B2B to get advanced predictive sales analytics....||Sales||01.13.2016|
||The Emailicious API provides tools for developers utilizing the Emailicious services. With Emailicious, users can develop their customer relations and heighten engagement with efficient email...||01.05.2016|
||Common Ledger is an accounting platform with cloud capabilities. This platform automates collection and delivery of financial data between client and accountant, and its focus is on improving...||Accounting||12.29.2015|
||OpenACH is a South Dakota payment processing system provider. EasyOFAC is an OFAC compliance platform which features layered fuzzy search to avoid false positives. Also, it provides real time...||Compliance||12.28.2015|