Background

Codat is a provider of a universal API for small business financial software, used by service providers to build integrations with the software packages their small business customers use.

This documentation should serve as a guide to help you through the process of building those integrations. If you have any questions at any time, please get in touch with us at [email protected]

A list of the packages Codat connects to can be found here for accounting data and here for banking data.

What does Codat do?

Codat handles five key parts of the process for your integrations: authorisation, standardisation, connectivity, synchronisation, and visualisation. These steps should allow you to have integrations up and running very quickly and let you focus on your core business objectives.

The Codat process

The Codat process

Codat infrastructure

Codat offers a method of connecting to multiple different data sources, including accounting packages, bank transaction data providers and commerce providers.

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