KarmaCRM Accelerates Business Process and Revenue Growth, Announces Release of API Set to Streamline User Experience and Workflow Across All Levels

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Business Review evaluates the CRM industry’s newest API release and commends karmaCRM’s dedication to combining power and usability, unlocking peak performance within sales and marketing teams.

KarmaCRM’s API is useful at a number of levels. It is intended to be accessible to developers at our customers’ companies who want to create karma specific widgets on their websites.

KarmaCRM today announces the release of its exciting new API: a fully integrated tool for developers that wraps karmaCRM around a company’s existing processes and tools, extending its functionality beyond the karmaCRM web app and into the company’s whole knowledge ecosystem. Users can integrate karmaCRM and another existing business application with the click of a button for connected workflow across all process levels. Business Review today commends karmaCRM for its dedication to the continuous development of the user experience and its dedication to providing an easy to use cloud based CRM solution for SMB’s (Small and Medium Businesses).

Developers can harness the power and flexibility of the karmaCRM API (Application Programming Interface) to create a deeper integration within their own systems to automate the company’s sales and customer service workflow. The API will provide developers with easy-to-find and integrate ‘chunks’ of code that can be imported into their own code without having to start from scratch. “KarmaCRM’s API is useful at a number of levels. It is intended to be accessible to developers at our customers’ companies who want to create karma specific widgets on their websites. For instance, with the API, users can create contacts in karmaCRM from an existing web contact form,” says John Paul Narowski, Founder of karmaCRM. “However, we have also made it to be powerful enough to create deep integrations with the enterprise tools that our users love, extending the functionality of our small business CRM.”

The karmaCRM API has an easy to navigate RESTful interface that contains the documentation for all the main sections of karmaCRM as well as organization level settings and configurations. The release of the API is another step taken by karmaCRM to make the online CRM company as useful as it can be to users. More information can be found by visiting the karmaCRM website, http://www.karmacrm.com.

Founded by John Paul Narowski in 2010, karmaCRM is a small business CRM system for small and medium sized businesses. KarmaCRM is 100 per cent cloud-based, making it simple for companies using any system to stay on top of sales contacts, tasks, and proposals. The customer relationship manager hides a powerful back end system behind a clean, simple and usable interface. Company headquarters are in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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