Sage Intacct Web Services

Learn how web services APIs empower Red Door Interactive with an ecosystem of integrated solutions.

Integrate a seamless ecosystem of services across your financial workflows.

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Automation and productivity highlights

Web Services checks all the boxes for best-in-class integration

More than 300 supported API methods

 

Access to all standard and custom objects and fields

Standard Create, Read, Update, Delete, plus Read by Query, Read View, and Read Report

Financial specific APIs like Consolidate and Account Balance

Initiate from within or without Sage Intacct environment

UI business logic rules and granular controls apply to Web Services

Open API based on structured XML-RPC, a common industry standard

Open documentation of XML requests provides sample code by object and function

Authenticates every request using credentials or session information

  • Sender id for XML Gateway (developer ID)
  • Company id and login for specific company instance (user ID)

API test tool a user interface for making test API calls and accelerate development time.

Sage Intacct guarantees that product upgrades will not break custom integrations and solutions.

Integration is standard with Sage Intacct

As a best-in-class financial management solution, Sage Intacct was built from the ground up to integrate with other best-in-class solutions. Most customers integrate at least two external applications with Sage Intacct, which provides the flexibility to choose the best options for your organization. In addition, our platform services help accelerate customization with infrastructure solutions built to match unique business requirements.

Sage Intacct Platform Web Services APIs Allows Integration with Other Best-in-Class Solutions

Support complex business processes with integrations

Complex processes unique to your business often require extracting data for processing, then posting results. Sage Intacct’s open APIs make interacting with data not only possible, but relatively simple.

Sage Intacct Platform Web Services APIs to Support Complex Business Processes

Open APIs allow multiple, stable, secure integrations

Technology advancements, like SDKs and resource white listing, make integrations between systems quicker, secure, and reliable. Language agnostic APIs rely on XML requests and responses. Roughly 60% of Sage Intacct transactions post using Web Services.

Sage Intacct Platform Web Services APIs Allow Multiple, Stable, and Secure Integrations

Developer site provides in-depth documentation

Developers can find full documentation and code samples at our developer website.

Sage Intacct Platform Web Services APIs with In-depth Documentation

Sage Intacct accounting software products— #1 in customer satisfaction

We’ve earned the highest customer satisfaction in the industry from G2 since we focus on delivering an integrated accounting solution that puts your success first.

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Resources

Cornerstone Information Systems—A More Sophisticated Approach to Accounting

Cornerstone Information Systems—A More Sophisticated Approach to Accounting

Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software

Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software

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Frequently asked questions

What programming language is used for Web Services?

Sage Intacct Web Services are language agnostic. Requests are constructed in XML, and responses are returned in XML, JSON, or CVS. Sage Intacct provides a number of SDKs for different programming languages. They can be found on the Sage Intacct developer site: developer.intacct.com.

How does Sage Intacct secure Web Services?

We secure Web Services on several layers. Developers have sender credentials to make web services calls and an API call to a company requires user credentials for that company. The company controls the permissions related to the user credentials and also must whitelist the source domain from which the API calls are made. All requests are logged and monitored for anomalies.

What happens to Web Services integrations when Sage Intacct makes upgrades?

Integrations built on Sage Intacct continue to work through every update. If we ever hit a point where security dictates that we change a process, we identify issues and alert you, then help resolve those issues.