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  • Feb 10, 2020

    Bank APIs:

Application Programming Interface (API), in simple words, is a computer program (software) that is used to access databases and computer hardwares, such as the hard disks and video cards. The APIs are used by many firms, and are an important part of today’s fast paced business world. The importance of data and databases is well known and APIs make sure that the datasets are accessed.
The application programming interfaces (APIs) are used by many banks throughout the world. Since these softwares are used to access data, and since banks need to work with data, the APIs can be used by the bank, both internally for their own use to access their databases and for allowing the users to have access to data. APIs are an extremely important part of today’s banking system. The banks use data in order to perform several functions, and many of these functions, if not all, use APIs to successfully complete tasks.
APIs are used by many other organizations as well. Organizations like the World Bank and several others that work with large datasets use APIs in order to allow users to have access to the data. In case of World Bank, not only does the World Bank use an API internally to collect, collate and access data, but it also has a user friendly API that allows the users obtain datasets. The user friendly APIs help academics and businesses around the world, and have led to social welfare. For instance, the academics access World Bank’s datasets, using APIs, in order to carry out many different social researches that have wide implications. Similarly, businesses can use the datasets to improve their businesses.
Money transfer businesses can benefit a great deal from the APIs as well. There are software developing companies, like , that will develop APIs for the money transfer businesses in order to allow them have easy access to important data. A money transfer application which is made to enhance money transfer businesses would contain smooth user-friendly interface that would allow the businesses have access to databases. Because a money transfer business has to keep a record of all the transactions they carry out, APIs can be an important part of these businesses. Not only is the record stored, kept and used by the businesses for their own use, but they are required, from the HMRC, to keep record; name of the sender and receiver, address, amount etc. As businesses grow and the numbers of transactions increase, so will the record. The record would then need to be stored in large database which would keep getting bigger, and hence, the importance of APIs would keep increasing as the databases would continually be searched for records. The money transfer business can allow their customers have access to several data that may enhance the business reputation.
Many banks allow access to certain parts of their data. Since data is an important part of any business, the banks are very careful about what sort of data is made public and what sort is not. There are websites that collect information from several bank datasets, and collate them together. Thus, data of several banks can be found on one website, which makes access to several types of data a lot easier. These sorts of websites are very important for businesses and can provide a fair amount of important information.

Links:

www.moneytransferapplication.com

http://data.worldbank.org/node/9

http://blog.bignerdranch.com/1421-online-banking-apis/

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