Integrations

Service Objects integrations can help improve your contact data quality, help with data validation, and enhance your business operations.
In this tutorial, we will cover how to get DOTS Global Address Complete, an address autocomplete service, up and running in a Marketo web form. This will allow the Global Address Complete service to make suggestions on a user-entered address within a Marketo form.
Service Objects integrations can help improve your contact data quality, help with data validation, and enhance your business operations.
Typically, when people think of an address type-ahead or address autocomplete application, they think of someone typing into a text box their address and as they type suggestions are displayed, usually with a dropdown menu.
Integrating Lead Validation into Zoho CRM
In this guide, we’ll illustrate how to create a custom button in a Zoho CRM module that will call our DOTS Lead Validation – International API. Lead Validation – International is a natural fit for a CRM-type solution, as it provides insight into a lead by cross-referencing data points such as name, address, email, phone number, and IP address.
Service Objects integrations can help improve your contact data quality, help with data validation, and enhance your business operations.
In this guide, we will explain how to leverage Service Objects’ Global Address Complete web service in multiple places on a single web form. This will allow the type-ahead functionality to be built into different address fields such as a shipping and billing address. Once you have followed the quick integration guide on our website, the additional code required to leverage Global Address Complete on another field is minimal.
How to Integrate Shopify With Service Objects
Shopify is a widely popular e-commerce platform that allows businesses to quickly and easily get set up with a website that will allow them to sell products to their customers. Shopify also allows users to make use of their webhooks to utilize custom logic around different events that occur within Shopify. For example, webhooks can be called when a Shopify object (like a customer record, product record or others) is added or updated.
A Guide to Magento Integration
Magento is an extensible and powerful e-commerce platform that allows businesses to sell their products to consumers with a spiffy website and some nifty tools to drive it. The other nice thing about Magento is that nearly every aspect of it is customizable so that you can implement your specific business logic and rules to tailor the customer experience to your liking.
A Guide to SugarCRM Integration
SugarCRM is a powerful and extensible CRM platform. Its functionality includes marketing campaigns, customer support, and sales force automation as well as providing mobile and cloud based CRM capabilities for folks on the go. Another great thing that Service Objects loves about SugarCRM is the ability to quickly and easily deploy automated processes that can call some of our data validation APIs to boost SugarCRM’s effectiveness, and help reduce waste and fight fraud through our APIs.
Service Objects integrations can help improve your contact data quality, help with data validation, and enhance your business operations.
In our previous blog Data Validation in Power Automate – Part I: Create the Custom Validation Connector, we showed how a connector can be created in Power Automate. In this blog, I am going to show you how to hook this connector up in a flow.
Mulesoft Integration Guide for Service Objects APIs
Mulesoft is a widely popular API management platform that helps enterprise businesses easily manage which business processes have access to different APIs within the business. Mulesoft also allows developers to quickly and easily connect APIs and applications together to exchange data. It also allows users to build flows or connectors that can connect many different processes.