API stands for an application programming interface. In other words, API is the communication language that apps use to communicate with each other.
If you want to avoid or eliminate manual work, you connect two or more applications for automated data transfer and process automation.
So, here are the supported APIs in Chemius:
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If you sell chemicals online, this is the API for you.
In the EU, selling chemicals online is regulated by CLP regulation. If you want to know more about the requirements, check our blog post on this topic (add the link to the blog post on bens-consulting.com: https://www.bens-consulting.com/en/blog/113/does-advertising-of-chemicals-in-online-shops-involve-any-special-requirements.)
For every hazardous chemical you make available online, you must include some mandatory text in the product’s description. This text depends on the hazards of the chemical.
One way to do this is to transcribe it manually from safety data sheets. However, considering that the information may change regularly, the manual process can quickly become a nightmare project.
This is why we developed Web Shop API in Chemius. It helps you connect Chemius to your e-commerce site or a webshop and automatically transfer mandatory data.
It’s much more convenient and efficient than manual work. In addition, you need to connect it only once. Once done, you can rest assured that your webshop will be automatically and adequately updated every time a safety data sheet changes in Chemius. In addition, you don’t have to worry about what is considered mandatory information. Chemius contains all the logic and will provide adequate information without human intervention.
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