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Concept overview and key details

In Codat, an integration represents a third-party data source that you can connect a company to (using a data connection) so that you can access that company's business data.

You can connect a company to a single accounting source and a single bank feeds source, and multiple commerce and banking platforms.

Explore integration coverage →.

Integration categories

  • Accounting

    Pull up-to-date accounting data from your customers' accounting software as well as push data to their software using Codat's standard accounting data model.

    See our accounting integrations→

  • Banking

    Pull up-to-date account and transaction data from your customers' banks using Codat's standard banking data model.

    See our banking integrations →

  • Commerce

    Pull up-to-date ecommerce, payment and point-of-sale data from your customers' commerce software using Codat's standard commerce data model.

    See our commerce integrations →

  • Bank feeds

    Allow accounting software users to easily reconcile bank transactions against accounting entries for our bank feeds integrations.

    See our Bank feeds integrations →

  • File upload

    Enable your customers to share any documentation you require them to provide. This may include personal identity documents, pitch decks, contracts, or files with accounting and banking data.

    Read about file upload →

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