API Interfaces

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An API is a software-to-software interface that follows a set of rules which determine how one software communicates with another without user knowledge or intervention. An API is required when you need a web application to perform specific functionality.

An example of this would be if you needed an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to manage business processes such as taking customer orders, scheduling operations and keeping inventory records or financial data.

Packaged API Integrations

Factors to take into consideration when designing a new logo or refreshing a logo There are certain APIs that can be used for multiple companies, in the same industry.


Enterprise Resource Planning


Enterprise Resource Planning


Currency Conversion

Tour Plan

Tour Operator Software

Vehicle Rental

FirstCar, Bidvest, Europcar


Secure Identity Ecosystem


SA Legal Practitioners

Payment Gateways

Peach, E-Centric


E-mail Marketing

All these APIs can be integrated into your website to perform functions specific to your business needs. We are also able to develop custom API integrations using the REST API, which allows you to reach data and functionality in one app.


We have developed several API integrations and offer complete custom PHP software solutions.

The final logo is supplied with three different backgrounds: APIs are able to work with any common programming language, you would want an API when

You need tight integration between your SAP system and your E-Commerce Website

You need to integrate your website with 3rd party systems

You need a Payment Gateway for your E-Commerce Website

You want to make your data accessible to other private and public applications

Our API Integration Process

  • Exploration
    • What functionality do you require?
    • What is the best solution to your requirement based on your price, delivery or quality?
  • Calculation
    • How we will carry out the project.
  • Authentication
    • Ensure that the idea will work and is practical.
  • Coding
    • Develop code for API.
  • Testing
    • Test API to ensure that it functions correctly.
  • Monitoring
    • Monitor functioning of API.
  • Sandboxing
    • Testing API functionality in Sandbox.
  • Integration
    • Integrate the API into your website.
  • Integration maintenance
    • Fixing bugs that may occur.