API is the method or point of interface between different systems, and most advanced systems have an API that developers use to connect or integrate two different systems with each other.
You will need to use the Phenix API, if you want to connect the Phenix system with another system you are working on within your company.
For example, if you use Mailchimp to manage your contacts, you can take advantage of the Phenix API to sync data between Phenix and Mailchimp.
Generate, manipulate, and search data through HTTP requests within global standards
All requests are passed to the same security layers of the Phenix system users
All inputs and outputs are in JSON format
Full support for session-based authentication and token authentication
You can PUT, POST, DELETE and GET customer cards with the ability to inquire about modified, new, and deleted customers
You can PUT, POST, DELETE and GET item and category cards with the ability to inquire about modified, new, and deleted ones
You can create, modify and delete invoices and enter related payments (cash, checks..), and you can query the due invoices.
You can query all available reports in Phenix system