Pepperi provides 2 API endpoints types:

1.  RESTful API

A standard REST-based API, which provides access to Pepperi’s data objects, with a rich set of API features, including advanced data filters and definition of specific response fields.

2.  Bulk-upload API
Optimized for massive uploads of data into Pepperi – uploads quickly and efficiently large sets of data from your back-end systems into Pepperi – using either JSON or CSV –  in an asynchronous mode.







Key Benefits

  • Integrate and share your business back-end processes with Pepperi, your back-end systems and any other third-party system used in your organization
  • Gain real-time transactional integration using Webhooks
  • Enjoy super-fast data sync between Pepperi and your back-end systems
  • Build bullet-proof integrations – leveraging Pepperi API error handling
  • Build highly secured integrations – using Pepperi API over SSL and OAuth 2.0 Authentication

Key Features

  • Web-based Developer Center to access the Pepperi API and build integrations to your back-end systems
  • API access to standard Pepperi objects and fields as well as to User Defined Tables and User Defined Fields
  • Integration using .NET, Java, PHP or any other development language that supports REST-based API
  • Robust API filtering queries over your Pepperi data using familiar SQL style syntax
  • Optimized data transfer by defining the desired set of fields of the API response


Use Cases

  • Upload your initial data to Pepperi using the bulk API
  • Update Pepperi with every data change on your back-end system using standard REST API
  • Use Webhooks to get real-time data updates from Pepperi and immediately insert or update your back-end data
  • Create your own custom BI reports over the Pepperi data exposed via API
  • Run monitoring API calls to ensure all your Pepperi data and back-end system data are in sync

Partner Program

  • Develop Add-ons using Pepperi API
  • Publish your Add-ons on our integration directory
  • Join Partners Webinars
  • Get free training