Third-Party Integrations

Third-Party Integrations

Successful companies rely on third-party services to enhance their software capabilities. Fortunately, most modern services offer API integrations, enabling seamless integration with your existing systems.

Types of Integrations

Direct API calls

To transfer data, we can use calls to reach out to a third-party service programmatically. This integration method is ideal for posting information into a third-party system and allows for granular control over data transfers.


We use this method to enable third-party services to send notifications and data to your system. Typically event-based, such as when a new prospect is added to a third-party CRM, webhooks can also be scheduled for regular data pushes. Webhooks are excellent for maintaining near real-time data synchronization between various systems.

Scheduled file drops

We deploy file drops to place data files in a shared repository, such as AWS S3 storage, Dropbox, or Google Drive. Your central system monitors the repository for new files and automatically imports the data. This integration method is particularly useful for regular bulk data imports.

intermediary systems

These are ideal for exporting data to a common platform, such as Google BigQuery. Your system can then connect to the common platform to retrieve the data. Intermediary systems serve as a bridge to access data from third-party services that lack direct integrations.

Custom integrations

We're experts in meeting your specific requirements. Even if a third-party service does not offer a pre-built integration, there are often ways to develop custom solutions to achieve the desired integration.

Sometimes, browser automation and screen scraping can be used as a last resort. However, this approach is subject to the terms of use of the third-party service and carries the risk of breaking if the service updates its website structure.

We have extensive experience in implementing third-party integrations and have successfully integrated hundreds of services over the years.

Here are some common types of third-party integrations we have worked with:

  • Business Productivity Suites (Microsoft, SharePoint, Salesforce, Google Work, etc.)
  • Shipping Updates from Post Carriers (USPS, FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.)
  • Commerce and Financials (QuickBooks, eBay, Amazon Marketplace, etc.)
  • Project Management and CRM Solutions (Atlassian, ClickUp, HubSpot, etc.)
  • Legal Firm Management (Clio, NetDocuments, TimeMatters, etc.)
  • Medical Clinic Management and EMRs (Epic, etc.)
  • Billing & Payroll (ADP, etc.)

Incorporating third-party integrations into your software infrastructure brings numerous benefits, including error prevention through automated data transfers and real-time synchronization between systems.

Our expertise in third-party integrations enables us to seamlessly connect your systems, streamline workflows, and unlock the full potential of your software infrastructure.