Customer Maintenance Management Software

Integrate your various applications to Maxpanda CMMS using Zapier. Zapier is a platform which connects APPS with each other without having to write any computer code. To learn more about Zapier visit our blog. You can use Maxpanda CMMS + any Zapier integration as long as you have a Maxpanda “Enhanced, Standard, Pro or Enterprise” subscription plan. Compare your plan that supports Auto Sync Client Data here. If your app is supported in Zapier you may integrate with Maxpanda CMMS. Zapier supports thousands of APPS. Review supported APPS online at https://zapier.com/APPS

Customer Maintenance Management Here are few use cases where you can integrate Maxpanda with APPS.

  1. When a new customer invoice is created in Maxpanda, a Zapier integration can directly create an invoice in your accounting software (if it is supported in Zapier). Quickbooks , Xero, Freshbooks, Zoho Books are few supported accounting packages. There are thousands of supported accounting APPS.
  2. When a new customer is created in your CRM software or accounting software, Zappier can create that customer in your Maxpanda CMMS account automatically.
  3. Vendor Management: A vendor can also automatically be created in Maxpanda CMMS if such vendor gets created in your ERP or CRM software.

If you are on one of Maxpanda's supported subscription plan, login with your company admin access. Go to profile page and select enable all Users access to mApi & to the user you want to access integrations. Please note: The transactions completed using API / Integration will be completed through the individual user. After enabling access – logout & login again with the User who has mApi access. User should now see an integration menu at the top right dropdown. Select the Integration Menu: Here you’ll see a Generate Key button under Application & mAPI. Press the “Generate” key button to generate a Private Key for your Zapier integration. Please note: Do not regenerate key more than once. If you regenerate your key you have to reconnect your Zapier integrations with the new key.

Accounting apps you may connect to: QuickBooks Online, Xero, FreshBooks Classic, FreshBooks New, Wave, Zoho Books, lexoffice, FreeAgent, Alegra, Moneybird, Quaderno, QuickFile, Expensify, OpenERP, Aero Workflow, Saasu, Invoiced, FacturaDirecta, Bkper, RowShare, Nibo, Run my Accounts, NetSuite, Odoo, AccountingSuite, Reckon One, Fattura24, Jasmin, Abacus, Bind ERP, InvoiceBerry, Bexio, LessAccounting.

CRM apps you may connect to: HubSpot, Pipedrive, HubSpot CRM, Salesforce, Infusionsoft, Zoho CRM, Insightly, Agile CRM, Streak, Copper, Highrise, Capsule CRM, Base, amoCRM, Close.io, Freshsales, Contactually, Redtail CRM, SugarCRM 6.2-5, ConnectWise, Manage, Salesflare, Nutshell, Daylite, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Wealthbox CRM, Nimble, OnePageCRM, noCRM.io, SalesforceIQ, MOCO, Hatchbuck, PipelineDeals, Vtiger CRM, Bullhorn CRM, Spotio,Act!, Prospect.io, Mercury Connect, GreenRope, Thryv, LeadSquared, JobNimbus, NetHuntCRM, SolveCRM, PersistIQ, Autotask, WhatConverts, Repsly, Salesmate, MyWiFiNetworks, OpenERP, Moskit, Leadfeeder, Sellf, SalesUp!, KonnektiveCRM, Leadberry, Pipeliner, Attach, Batchbook, Spiro, Referral, Rock, NationBuilder, Nexus, AdviserLogic, Workbooks CRM, Totango, Visitor, Queue, ClinchPad, ForceManager, essensys, Operate, Alore CRM, Teamgate, TRIBUS CRM, Flexie CRM, ConvergeHub, Maximizer, CallMonkey, GroCRM, TeamGram, karmaCRM, Magnetic, Cloze, Salesmachine, Automational, Agendize, LionDesk CRM, Salpo CRM, EASI'R, Kunversion, Surefire CRM, UPilot, OneLocal, ContactHub, RevBoss, Lead Closer, Referral Magic, Affinity, PulseM, NetSuite, Odoo, SugarCRM 7+, AppsForOps Timeline,LeadFlip, Pobuca Connect, ClientSuccess, TeamWave, Clevertim CRM, NeonCRM, CompanyHub, Wintouch 7.

What is an API?

API or Application Programming Interface is the tools and functions that let software access functions and features from one application in another. The same way standard plugs and cables let you charge and connect your devices, APIs give you a standardized way to share features and data between software. They're the language software use to talk with each other. In native Windows or macOS software, for instance, APIs let applications use standard window frames and menus so developers only have to worry about coding the new features they've dreamed up for their app. They're most commonly used to access features built into your device's operating system.

What does mAPI stand for? mAPI is a proprietary Maxpanda API software specifically developed to securely transfer data from your Maxpanda CMMS database to other software that also operate on highly secure API web protocols. mAPI Software Integration. Join millions of people like you who seek to manage their work orders online, seamlessly integrate preventative maintenance routines on buildings, vehicles, locations, assets and much more into their existing systems such as. Maxpanda CMMS Open API (mAPI) is documented using the latest SWAGGER and WEBHOOK toolsets. No support is given with 3rd party customer APIs and there is no additional charge for our API.

On the web, APIs often take a different role, connecting separate APPS to help them work together. Say you want your app to send emails via Gmail. Instead of coding your own email tool and having your users add their Gmail server settings, you could use Gmail's API to access Gmail's messages.send method to send emails with only a few lines of code. Whenever you see an integration that lets you use features from one application in another, those are powered by APIs. Instead of needing to use an entire app, APIs let you access specific functions when your app needs them. They're the best way to use two APPS together. When a program needs to get data from another piece of software, it will make an API call to the app's API endpoint, letting it know what data it needs along with the API key or OAuth authentication to connect to that app's data. The other app will then send an API response back with the data, where the first app can translate and use that data or function on its own.