New York aviation research company JETNET has launched an application programme interface (API) dubbed JETNET API, a flexible interface that allows users to build complex solutions powered by fixed and rotary wing data.
Clients can subscribe to the API to enable them to build custom data applications to interface with their own internal management systems, customer relationship management systems such as Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics and ZoHo, or other non-competing databases and services.
“JETNET API is robust, flexible and available now,” says director of marketing Mike Foye. “If our subscribers are interested or don't have the programming expertise in-house, we can help them design a custom connection between their company and the API.”
Since it is a customised data delivery product, users can begin the estimate process by contacting JETNET's API product specialists to review the amount and types of data, frequency of updates and other special considerations they require, and so generate a proposal.