OpenWater, an application and review software platform, is opening up its platform to third-party developers. Through the OpenWater APITrack this API and SDK, third parties can directly integrate application and review management to their host of services. OpenWater’s platform is already responsible for over 25 million application and review submissions a year, and now that power is delivered to third party developers.
“As a developer myself, I cut my teeth building on top of WordPress,” Kunal Johar, OpenWater CTO, commented in a press release. “It just made sense to open up our platform to agencies who can understand the specific nuances of their customers better than we can. We want to best prepare our customers and set them up for as much success as possible.”
Looking through reviews, applications, and other online submissions is a time-consuming and tedious process. That’s why some of the biggest companies in the world have outsourced a large portion of this process to OpenWater. OpenWater’s new developer-first approach to this process will allow third parties to leverage the technology that OpenWater has used to scale this process.
OpenWater’s REST API is available via Swagger API. The SDK is built on Nuget for .NET environments. Much of the functions of the programmatic offers include automating the flow of submitted data. For complete details and examples, check out the developer docs.
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