FREE WebConference.com™ API (Application Programming Interface)WebConference.com™ Developer Platform Overview
WebConference.com™ Developer Program supports the efforts of partners and end user customers interested in integrating WebConference.com™ web conferencing services with enterprise systems and applications. The core elements of the program include:
• The WebConference.com™ Integration Platform that exposes a set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
Application partner companies can leverage the Integration Platform to integrate their enterprise applications and make them "WebConference.com™-enabled", while system integrators can offer integration services to WebConference.com™ customers. Typical enterprise applications benefiting from a tight integration with WebConference.com™ services include CRM and Sales Force Automation (SFA) systems, Enterprise Marketing Automation (EMA) systems, ERP and HR systems, Learning Management Systems (LMS), Telephony Service Providers, and others. By enabling users of these systems to seamlessly schedule, launch, and join interactive online meetings, partners can significantly increase the value of their offerings and tap into thousands of customers currently using WebConference.com™ solutions.
Similarly, regular WebConference.com™ end-customers' IT departments can use the Integration Platform to perform in-house integrations with their systems and enterprise applications. The APIs – together with support for voice/data standards and protocols – provide many benefits for corporate customers and end users of WebConference.com™ services. Upon integrating their applications and portals with WebConference.com™ services, corporations gain powerful web-collaboration capabilities that drive productivity and reduce travel costs. In addition, the ability to integrate WebConference.com™ services with corporate accounting, CRM, ERP, human resources, and other key applications streamlines maintenance and upkeep. For end users, participating in WebConference.com™ online meetings is easy and efficient; simple integrations such as Single Sign-On (SSO) eliminate the need for multiple passwords, and the user can easily move between realtime application, document, and desktop-sharing