This article is condensed and originally appeared on the Network Computing Website.
Businesses are actively using Telecom APIs to support their distributed workforces, boost customer service and retention, and enable greater scalability of communication capabilities.
Enterprise communications have shifted significantly in recent years. In response, businesses are searching for new technologies like cloud-based tools to stay on the cutting edge and improve their operations. One key cloud-based tool is telecom Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Telecom APIs allow companies to add communication capabilities to existing processes, which can result in streamlined workflows and enhanced customer experiences and engagement.
APIs are a helpful tool for programmers for developing software or promoting interactions between two systems. APIs can be used in numerous ways and are a powerful way to deliver scalability and adaptability for businesses.
Conducive for use on mobile and desktop environments, software developers can leverage telecom APIs to integrate texting, calling, and other telephony functions directly into applications or services. Developers’ integration of telecom APIs delivers direct access and authority to businesses over high-quality telephone resources. These resources help the business with real-time purchasing, porting, provisioning, and configuration of voice and messaging services.
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