INTEGRATE RAMBASE WITH OTHER SYSTEMS
Integration is the process by which a business connects its ERP system with other applications to share data, gain better operational efficiency, improve business insights, and achieve a single source of truth. RamBase is an ERP platform that offers different approaches for integration needs, where our open REST API is the centrepiece.
Integrations are all about connecting your ERP software to other systems, solutions and services in your IT landscape. The integrations approach is dependent on your specific business need and the systems you're integrating with.
RamBase has two types of integration methods:
Have an idea for a new integration and would like to get started right away? Jump straight to the developer tools in our API resource center.
Getting started with API-based integrations
API integration refers to a system-to-system connection via APIs, allowing the systems to exchange data. RamBase is built on a rich set of APIs, enabling businesses to create a strong IT ecosystem for their company. All new applications being developed in the RamBase client are retrieving data from the same RamBase API that is available for RamBase customers and external developers. API integrations operate in real-time and are a reliable solution for data accuracy that saves time and money.
- All of the RamBase API resources can be found in the REST APIs section and the special APIs section.
- As a developer, you can sign up for sandboxed API access to test your code against the full range of API resources. Shortcut on how to get started here.
- RamBase also offers standard WebHooks support for API integrations. A webhook is considered a lightweight API that powers one-way data sharing triggered by events within the RamBase service. Learn more about the WebHooks possibilities here.
- Custom code developed for one specific customer needs to run on an external integration platform. There are several integration platforms on the market that can be used for this purpose, for example, Azure Logic Apps. Some external systems, such as webshops, will allow code to be developed within their system and there is no need for an external platform to run the code.
Getting started with file-based integrations
File-based integration is a widely used approach for data integration. File transfer is often associated with legacy systems where API integrations are unavailable. However, modern software systems like RamBase handle files, such as remittances, invoices, etc. File integration will then be a useful tool to change the files to fit the required standard of the external systems.
- IO Extensions is an integration platform provided by RamBase that supports file-sharing integrations.
- The IO Extension platform allows you to extend the input and output operations in RamBase and offer external developers a place to program the code needed for the integration.
- Read more about how to start with file-based Integrations here.
Smart Integration Solutions
Users can do the most common banking activities directly into RamBase with automated bank integration. Making your online bank obsolete for daily banking. The integration reduces the risk of errors due to manual entry of payment and bank statement information and is flexible for the choice of bank.
Labeling is an important part of production and wholesale processes and should be a seamless part of the data ecosystem. Quickly design and print barcode labels without living the system. With the Label Integration, RamBase provides a pre-built integration with NiceLabel, one of the market-leading label management systems.
E-invoicing is file-based and reduces manual work, risk, and the possibility of any delays in the quote-to-cash process. With this integration, you will be able to send electronic invoices based on the European standard, Peppol BIS Billing 3.0, format to your customers.