Our API is one of the most advanced and adaptable you’ll find today. Our vision is for the technology our team creates to be the start of something big. Because our source code is open to authorised developers, it’s up to you how you use it with other software. The possibilities are limitless.
– Connect to any software, booking app, website or CRM
Our APIs can connect to any other software, whether it’s a booking app or website, a CRM, database or quotation website. If your customer would benefit from a simple taxi booking interface, get in touch with us to explore the possibilities. We’re always excited to hear about creative ways our system can be put to use. We’ll also run hackathons to encourage innovative mashups. Visit our blog or contact one of our team members for updates on this.
– Pickup and drop off locations
– Free customization
Our passenger API provides everything you need to receive pick-up locations, drop-off destinations and passenger details. The beauty of using our API is that you’re free to customize, asking for as much or as little information as you like; we won’t force a cluttered interface on you!
– Broad Integration Opportunities
Opening up our fully-featured dispatching solution means that anyone can integrate with iVcardo – not just fleets. Hotel concierges can book a cab for guests at the click of a button. Train companies and airlines can integrate the iVcardo platform into their own websites, allowing passengers to book a cab to collect them so they’re not left stranded on arrival.
– White-label made for full customization
– Payment website solution
Our PHP website and booking apps have been developed as white-label solutions and can be customised to reflect your brand and livery. You can also easily integrate your existing payment solution into the booking website and apps.
– Technical documentation
– Code downloading
If you want to find out more about our API, its capabilities and get some guidance on how to connect your project, you can find technical documentation on GitHub. Our wiki is constantly evolving to reflect new features we develop, so keep coming back for updates.