We have had several clients who needed support for system integration. They typically had an application with a database but later needed to integrate with a third-party piece of software, such as a registration system, and that third party needed access to the client’s data. We set up numerous APIs to work off the existing database, automatically providing the third-party application with up-to-date data when they need it. It’s easy for us, and the customer only sees the result – a nightmare avoided.
Another example would be if somebody came to us and said, “I have this application and it’s already been built; it’s been running and now I want to take payments on it.”. We have had clients who wanted to start taking online payments, but not go through the expensive PCI compliance process. Instead, we set a custom integration with a payment merchant (like authorize.Net, or PayPros) that will process the credit cards.
Simply put - when two things need to talk to each other, we can make that happen.