The activity tracker sample application enables developers to connect to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 organization, query for contacts, and add a activity records related to a contact. The sample’s source code is offered as a starting point to build apps that can access the CRM web services. The Activity Trackers is written in Objective-C.
For those in the sales game, more is obviously better, but the success of generating hundreds of promising leads can be tainted by the problems that arise in managing and keeping track of those leads efficiently. Client Relationship Management (CRM) systems exist to tackle this very issue, however, a lot of them have proved to be either too complex or simply insufficient. Karma is a CRM that aims to provide the perfect balance between relevant features and simple usability in order to create a tool that promotes better business. The company has also released the KarmaCRM API which is great news for developers who want to integrate its functionality with other applications.
The Streak API integrates its client relationship management (CRM) platform into other applications like MailChimps and Wufoo. The API's webpage reveals that it requires an API key and uses HTTP Basic Auth. The request format supports Create, retrieve, update, and delete (CRUD) with response in JSON. The purpose of the API is to manage CRM relationships through your application.