Financial & Company Data API
Financial Data and Company Data within your own System
If you are looking to plug any kind of financial data or company data into your own system, then look no further.
Using our API capabilities, you can connect your system with our data sets to streamline client onboarding, compliance, due diligence and monitoring to make internal processes so much more efficient.
If you are unfamiliar with the phrase API – it simply means Application Programming Interface, and it quite simply means two systems talking to each other, it’s as simple as that.
What isn’t always so simple is the construction of the API in the first place and that is where our data ‘packets’ make life simple. You can choose to have all the data or select one of our pre-determined packets such as:
- Company API – Company Details
- Finance API – Financial Data
- Land Registry API – Corporate Land Data
- Related Companies API – Understanding Related Companies and Directors
- Company Documents API – Document Details/Originals
How does the Company Data API implementation work?
- You tell us what is required.
- We give you authorisation.
- Your system simply makes an API call using the company registration number and all the data is pushed to your system.
- You will get the JSON file of the company data sent to your system.
What are the benefits of using an API?
By using an API you enhance your client on-boarding processes exponentially and remove human error, it’s that simple.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
API is a phrase you might hear quite a lot; it means application programming interface. Basically, our developers work with you to provide an integration between our technology to your technology – your CRM or website for example, to allow you to view our data there rather than on the DataGardener platform.
This is something that could be used for customer onboarding, marketing or sales for example – whatever your requirement. We have accountants, fraud investigators and technology companies using this for a variety of reasons.
The definition of API according to the holy grail of information which is Wikipedia is as follows: An application programming interface (API) is a computing interface which defines interactions between multiple software intermediaries. It defines the kinds of calls or requests that can be made, how to make them, the data formats that should be used, the conventions to follow, etc. It can also provide extension mechanisms so that users can extend existing functionality in various ways and to varying degrees.
There will need to be some level of integration and technology work done between developers form our side – and yours. If you don’t have developers yourself, then we could potentially help so worth getting in touch.
Once the integration is done your system makes what is known as ‘a call’ where the data is retrieved from the DataGardener database and placed on to whatever system you have integrated. The real advantage hear is that the user – you – doesn’t have to look or navigate outside of your own system
Companies House provide basic information on company which include Name, address and director basic details.
Yes. If you have the development team to undertake the integration you can do this with as many external systems as you need to.
No, we do not give any API for free.
DataGardener provides you comprehensive API information with simple JSON format, which is easily human readable.
There are tutorials and support for how we undertake an integration but if this is something, you’re thinking of then we recommend having a conversation with one of our team.
Yes, have a look at our API page and you will have everything you need, we are incredibly open about it. If you have any questions, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.