Kloudless makes it easy to integrate your app with a number of different services.
- Connect your app to external cloud storage, calendar, and CRM platforms
- Search across multiple accounts and platforms at the same time
- Integrate file management directly into your app
- Focuses not just on cloud storage but on a number of types of external platforms
- Scaleable subscription plans let you pay for what's appropriate for your business
- Regularly expanded to include new APIs and support for additional external platforms
- Offers integration with less services than many of the competitors
- Advanced subscription plans can become quite expensive
Apps that are completely self sufficient are becoming rarer and rarer, and for good reason. The increased complexity of the apps we use means that most modern apps offer a whole host of features, and often these features are already being done well by other applications. Rather than having your team build an entire customer relationship management platform or cloud file hosting software from scratch, it's usually more sensible to connect your platform to something like SalesForce or Google Drive. But this integration can be a complicated affair in its own right. Making sure your app integrates smoothly with a number of different external platforms can be costly, time consuming, and frustrating even for experienced developers. Kloudless offers a range of different APIs that automate the integration process and let your developers focus on the features of their project rather than wrestle with how to connect it to other platforms. Three main connectors serve as the core of the Kloudless experience. Most external apps use their own APIs, and Kloudless condenses them together so that you can use the same basic code to connect your app to a number of different services. Their file storage API allows you to provide your users with universal cloud storage through some of the biggest names in the business. Integration is available with over a dozen major cloud storage services, including Evernote, DropBox, and Google Drive. Whether you're creating an app for use within your business or for use by external consumers, the option for cloud storage is a crucial component of many modern apps. The CRM API can be used to connect your application to external customer relationship management platforms. Everyone from sales teams to customer service representatives can make use of this data. The CRM API connects users with salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle Sales Cloud, and Pipeliner. Compatibility with over a dozen other CRMs is in development. By using Kloudforce's calendar API, you can synch your business' operations or those of your clients through a number of major calendar providers. These include Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Office 365, and CalDAV. Each of these APIs comes with all the functions you need to properly make use of the supported platforms. This includes CRUD (create, read, update and delete) functionality and token management. A robust and responsive search function means that you can track down files by name or content even across multiple accounts and multiple services. Permissions and access control provide more versatility to businesses of any size by determining how much access everyone in your organization has to the platforms to which your app is connected. For many of the APIs, you can crete webhooks and events that trigger according to specific criteria across your connected platforms. These features come together well to create a piece of software that can be useful to a wide variety of business owners.