From their site: Aria's Billing and Customer Management features include top-of-the-line security, auditing, events notifications, and ample reporting and analytics functionality. The Aria Symphony Web Services API provides programmatic access to customer information, automate product and service provisioning to allow new users to access services quickly and efficiently, and allows you to initiate service modifications in real time or via bulk-load provisioning.
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The Aria Java SDK by Aria provides interaction to the REST and SOAP APIs. Installation and usage show examples to add billing, monetization, and CRM features into Android projects. Aria Developer Central provides instructional documentation, integration tools, and knowledge base with the aim to facilitate implementation.
The Aria .NET SDK by Aria enables interaction with the REST and SOAP APIs. It includes five steps to install with C# files, test classes, and library. It also provides web app installer. To use the SDK, developers can choose to work either with Core API or Object-Query API.
With the Aria Ruby SDK by Aria, developers can access the SOAP API to access billing, monetization, and CRM data. Contains installation via gem install and examples featuring REST API and SOAP API. Authored by Richard Mulhern, with Aria Systems. For more information related to developer support, visit http://developer.ariasystems.net/
The Aria PHP SDK by Aria interacts with the REST and SOAP billing features of the API. It contains installation to download the zip file, extract content, and include PHP method. It also provides usage to make a service call, call a configuration array, and return responses. By Richard Mulhern with Aria Systems.