Delivers patented phone-based verification and two-factor authentication using a time-based, one-time passcode sent over SMS
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An API that delivers patented phone-based verification and two-factor authentication (2FA) using a one-time passcode (OTP) sent over voice message in the event the end-user chooses the voice method, provides a landline or is not authorized to receive SMS messages in a specific country.
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Send notification alerts in voicemails, short message service (SMS) text messages, chat applications, or as push notifications with omni-channel APIs.
A omni-channel application programming interface (API) is a RESTful web service. It allows developers to add omni-channel notification alert functionality to their projects.
An omni-channel customer experience setup is one where multi-channels are connected. This means that that communications may be sent and received by way of email, SMS, push notifications, or in other ways. APIs help to streamline this process.
An API for omni-channel notification alerts may utilize a variety of HTTP request methods. It may include GET, POST, PATCH, and DELETE request methods depending on the API service. Endpoints are the entryways to the service, and developers embed them into their applications or websites.
An API for omni-channel notification alerts is for developers that want to save time coding that functionality into their applications and websites.
Any business that regularly sends notification alerts to their customers will benefit from using APIs for omni-channel usage.
For developers, an API for omni-channel notification alerts raises the value of a project. In addition, APIs are easy to integrate. Developers will not have to code manually for a feature that already exists.
Businesses can send fast and secure delivery of their alerts with APIs for omni-channel notifications. APIs may also allow users to manage and track the messages they send.
Real-time notifications improve user engagement as well. An API for omni-channel alerts keeps businesses in front of their customers.
Developers can expect to build applications with features that are in demand with end-users. From a coding standpoint, managing secure email delivery is complex if completed manually.
Businesses can anticipate increasing productivity in a core area of notification alert deliveries. Specifically, they can expect to streamline those routine business tasks in the shortest time span.
RapidAPI’s Marketplace lists several free APIs for sending omni-channel notification alerts. FacebookMessenger by Dima Shirokov is for sending and receiving messages. SendGrid by SendGrid enables users to send notification emails. Both APIs feature free Basic plans on a freemium pricing structure.
All Omni-Channel Notifications APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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