An API (Application Programming Interface) works to help two systems communicate with each other. In this case, your order management system could be communicating directly with our factory's workflow and, as soon as your clients place an order with you, our team will get to work producing it.
Reduce transactional costs
Reduce turnaround times
Reduce time spent duplicating data entries
Pay via consolidated monthly invoices
Accept orders even when you are not in the office
Make orders even when we are not in the office
Always receive the best price
API is the acronym for Application Programming Interface, which is software allowing two applications to talk to each other. (internal example: customer places and order on the website and this order goes into SAM/IPOP) In the case of Route 1 Print this reduces the duplication of date input, if you have an existing website where your clients order product, or MIS software that you input specification into to generate a PO, an API can be used to send this information over to us. This automates the submission of your order, and removing the need for you to use the website, to ensure that orders flow through seamlessly weather you (or we) are in the office or not.