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12 Days of Sage Intacct: Open APIs

Day 6

As a premier Sage Intacct partner, we wind down our year and celebrate how, for 20 years, they have brought us tidings and joy (and excellent finance and accounting tools). We gladly bring you … the 12 Days of Sage Intacct.

On the sixth day of Christmas, Sage Intacct gave to me: open APIs to automate and integrate my back office.

Sage Intacct offers a completely open, documented, and easy-to-use Application Program Interface (API), which enables customers to automate processes and integrate tools with ease. Their API allows you to create, update, delete, or process transactions within the system, saving countless hours of manual updates. If you also wanted to create a custom integration between Sage Intacct and another tool (such as accounts payable automation, loan servicing system, etc.) you can accomplish this through their interface.

All in all, you can do just about anything with APIs.

Furthermore, Sage Intacct offers a number of tools to assist users in creating their own API calls. In addition to the full documentation on their developer site, they also provide you a Postman collection to make it even easier to create code and interact with your environment.

One of CrossCountry's SaaS clients recently utilized Sage Intacct's open APIs to develop completely custom web-to-web integration with their AP automation tool. Using APIs, the tools automatically communicate with one another on vendors, bills, payments and much more. This ensures no time is wasted with manual, error prone double entry, leaving the finance team more time for value-add work.

Sage Intacct’s reporting tools offer far more than we can explain here. To learn more about Sage Intacct and sign up for their 30-minute Coffee Break Demo, click here. To learn more about CrossCountry’s Sage Intacct capabilities, please click here.

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