The InkMonk service is for companies or organizations that want to distribute branded merchandise but don't have the time, funds, or human resources to create, package, and ship them all. Inkmonk solves this issue, allowing users to create, manage, and send swag to their audience. Using the InkMonk API, developers can integrate the InkMonk service, using simple calls. The different API parameters include a SKU call for individually identifying each design type, merchandise for identifying and managing products, a recipient call for tracking address and buyer information, and a shipment function for automating shipping orders. InkMonk requires an API key for use, and the API communicates over HTTP in JSON formats.
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