Spurwing’s Appointment Scheduling API Powers Distributed Workforce Communication

As the COVID-19 pandemic has driven an office exodus and cemented work-from-home and distributed workforces as common business structures, companies have been forced to find ways to work efficiently in these new formats. Spurwing, an API-first appointment scheduling business, provides developers with tools for building scheduling integrations that promise to relieve some of the pain points that come from remote work.

Building scheduling functionality manually is a tedious endeavor that requires accounting for various device platforms, all possible time zones that users may work from, Integration with multiple calendars, and more. Spurwing’s API is intended to handle all the heavy lifting in creating these integrations and provide developers with a simple path to integrating scheduling into applications.

Spurwing has five years of experience building scheduling APIs and claims that it has powered scheduling for millions of appointments. The company provides a range of pricing options that start at $99/month and scale up based primarily on sessions per month needed. Customers operating businesses that are less than two years old can also apply for a reduced rate. 

To help developers get going on the Platform, the company provides a marketplace with several pre-built tools, widgets, and ChatBot integrations. Interested developers can schedule an introduction demo

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