Integrating with 10,000ft is possible through our public API. API stands for Application Programming Interface, and specifies how software components should interact with each other. With the 10,000ft API, you are able to retrieve and add data to the database. This is all done behind the scenes so no manual work is needed.
Using our API requires someone on your team to have the skills to write the code to make the integration, or you can hire someone to do the integration for you.
Looking for a high-level walk-through of what's possible with our API along with some tips and examples? Visit our Integrations Overview.
Looking for technical details? Review our API documentation.
Fancy Pants Group, a digital creative studio based in New York, used our API to develop and launch a custom project importer called Job the Builder. Their goal was to make it easy for everyone on their 100-person team to see and communicate consistent data across multiple tools.
For more information on other ways you can get data into or out of 10,000ft check below for more details: