API capabilities

In this section we explain what the API can and can not do for you, so you can decide if our offering fits your needs 😉

✅ What the API can do

Instant data access

The API provides secure access to data available in our registered data sources (+10 institutions) and deliver this data in a standard, easy to manipulate way.

Data matching and enrichment

In the case of financial institutions, we adhere to Open Banking Standards to adapt the raw data to a single standard, so you only have to learn one schema and then will be able to make comparisons, data check and enrichment of events living in your existing solutions.

Help to enhance your existing data

By accessing your financial data in one place you can have a single view of your finances and build powerful solutions or enhance existing ones.

🔜 What the API will offer soon

Notification for certain events

We will send an email when certain events are finished or when a request could not be processed successfully.

Job scheduling

You will be able to schedule a job, like getting your bank's balance every day at 6pm, so you won't need to program recurring tasks.

🚫 What the API can't do

We don't store or share your data

The data source access is only per request, and all operations inside our platform are encrypted until the moment you send the data back to you. We also value your privacy, so none of the data obtained is stored, much less shared. Since we know nothing of your personal info, our systems can't have unwanted access or make actions on your behalf.

We don't modify your data

The API will only standardize the data to fit it in a JSON format, but will not modify the values, apply formulas or masks to the data. Remember that to comply to certain schemas, as those of Open Banking, all dates must be presented in the ISO 8601 format, so the API will only represent the value using a defined criteria.

We don't make assumptions with your data

It's up to you make decisions with the data that you are getting, the API doesn't make assumptions on its own.