An outside system can trigger an alert message
SnapComms can receive data from another system
SnapComms can query data from another system
Example : SnapComms has created a custom web page that is used by front desk staff to immediately trigger emergency alerts in dangerous situations..
Interface with other applications - Enable other applications (such as SharePoint, CRM’s or HR systems) to interface with SnapComms.
The SnapComms solution has API’s that allow you to integrate with other applications. This means that content created from another source can be automatically published and delivered to targeted users using the SnapComms messaging formats.
The SnapComms API gives developers the ability to:
Create and publish content ("Access API")
Register and manage devices ("Registration API")
Import users and groups from other systems ("Import API")
Deliver push notification to various devices ("Notifications API")
Enable access to published content ("Client API")
Return reports and content statistics ("Reporting API")
NB) RSS content delivery - As a standard feature, the SnapComms Scrolling Ticker format already allow you to add RSS feeds to a scrolling ticker and have them display on the screen of targeted users and groups. Every time the RSS feed source is updated the ticker bar will scroll on screen and display all active news feeds. If you are able to convert your content into an XML feed you could use the SnapComms RSS feed to display these messages on screen.
You can also add RSS feeds to the screensaver digital signage channel.
Synchronize Dynamic Active Directory Groups with the SnapComms content management system. Use the Access and Import API’s to enable this solution.
All data displayed in the reports folder (and other locations) within SnapComms content management system is gathered through API calls to the Reporting API.
We’re developers ourselves and understand the need for comprehensive documentation and detailed examples to allow you to obtain the desired results as soon as possible. All the information required to get started with the SnapComms API can be found here, including:
Getting Started Guide
SnapComms API Documentation
Built on a generic, secure XML caller framework
Easy to use
Detailed installation documentation
Fully documented examples for the most common tasks