Application Programming Interface (API)
OrgSync’s Application Programming Interface (API) provides IT departments with a secure way to access OrgSync. The API enables seamless integration between OrgSync and existing information systems and data warehouses. Institutions can pull OrgSync data into other databases on campus or push data into OrgSync. Other systems can include student information systems, calendaring software, learning management systems, and more.
The API also gives each campus the flexibility and creativity to create new automated processes to leverage the institutional involvement and assessment data collected within OrgSync. By bringing all of the data in-house, you can compare data collected in OrgSync with other data on your information systems for assessment purposes.
OrgSync works collaboratively with information technology (IT) staff to understand our API calls to figure out which works best for your situation and organizational needs.
More technical information on the API for developers and programmers can be found at http://api.orgsync.com/api
Example uses of the API
Used to pull event information from OrgSync to Localist to populate university calendar.
Call: Accounts, Organizations, Groups
Forces portal membership based on enrollment information
Call: All data
Moves all information on student participation to PeopleSoft for dashboards
Call: ID Cards
Used to update student's ID cards in OrgSync using the API
Used to update financial system permissions based on organization status and group membership
Migrates organization profile information to other systems on campus
Updates PickOne platform with involvement opportunities for first year students
Call: Membership History
Forces portal membership based on Greek membership.
Call: Organizations, Groups
Updates room reservation permissions based on organization status and group membership.
Call: Events, Organizations
Generates events and organization information through an interactive touch screen kiosk for visitors to learn about student involvement at Northeastern University.Read Blog Post
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