What is an API?
An application-programming interface (API) is a set of programming instructions and standards for accessing a Web-based software application or Web tool. An API is a software-to-software interface, not a user interface. With APIs, applications talk to each other without any user knowledge or intervention. Call Centers often use the SpitFire API to automatically insert online live leads into the dialer.
The SpiFire API makes it possible to add/delete/update leads in specified list, add or delete a lead from DNC list, search if a lead exists in a list, and also export dialed numbers from history. Comprehensive API documentation as well as sample code provided below.