WHO WE ARE
We’re a multi-disciplinary business software and mobile app development company based in Perth, Western Australia, operating since 2008.
At HELLO PEOPLE, we provide requirements analysis, solution design, software/app development, and support services — all under one roof.
Our team of API developers can develop custom APIs and integrations to suit your unique business requirements. Since 2008, we have helped businesses with their specific API development and integration requirements – everything from simple development to complex and customised API development.
Our forte lies in our ability to understand the nuances of our client's requirements and develop fully customised, well-documented, and easily integrable APIs.
I can highly recommend Sony from HELLO PEOPLE who are the masters in Software and apps space development. They have the unique ability to really listen and care for their clients end goals. If your thinking about developing an app or wanting some custom software to help your business run smoothly in and outside the office then get in contact with Sony.
Company: The Agency
I have known Sony Sindhe for several years and seen the success that the work her business HELLO PEOPLE has achieved for many businesses. Sony and HELLO PEOPLE bring the ability to create significant business efficiency through the use of their technology. They deliver this service to businesses in a very personable way and assist their clients closely along the journey to implementation.
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Company: Lynn & Brown Lawyers
Very knowledgeable in Software and mobile apps! Would definitely recommend Sony & her team at HELLO PEOPLE!
Company: Iceberg Media
Sony has provided me with some great support in the development of an App for Diabetes WA. I am excited about the opportunities her team can create in the future. Thanks again Sony.
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The main benefit of our API development services is that we provide a complete end-to-end solution, as well as ongoing maintenance and support.
An API is a communicator between various software. By developing an API or using a pre-developed API your business can interchange data between internal and external systems. It saves cost by reducing manual data entry work, increases efficiency by automating data transfer between systems, and will transform the way your employees work.
As a leading API development company, we have developed APIs for cloud software such as Dynamics 365, Harvest, Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks, Workflowmax, Simpro, and many other cloud solutions.
A Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system sharing its customer record via a 'Customer Record' API. Project Management System and Accounting System automatically creating the Customer Data record in respective databases by reading the data transmitted through the 'Customer Record' API.
Accounting System sharing the customer invoices and receipts via 'Invoice' and 'Receipts' APIs. CRM system automatically updating the customer record with invoices and receipts by reading the data transmitted through the 'Invoice' and 'Receipts' API.
Project Management system sharing the status of the project via a 'Project Status' API. CRM system automatically updating the customer record with project status by reading the data transmitted through the 'Project Status' API.
An API (Application Programming Interface) is a software intermediary—similar to a translater and facilitator—that allows multiple applications to talk to each other. Example: System 'A' allowing its invoice data to be read by using an 'Invoice' API. System 'B' using System A's Invoice API to check the payment status and send reminders to customers.
Your company can benefit from APIs that are pre-developed and made available to use by other cloud systems by integrating their API code with your internal software.
The main benefits of APIs for a business are as follows:
Start by analysing the current business processes to identify opportunities to simplify, improve, or automate. Decide on what is in scope, wish-list, and out-of-scope. Get a fixed price or an estimate.
Ensure all requirements are coded, and they work as intended. Discuss changes, suggestions, enhancements. Get involved in testing. Be part of the project.
Inform changes in advance. Update or create new procedures. Train users. Plan for the cut-off. Manage the go-live. Discuss a post-go-live support plan.