Tears of Joy My team and I had just completed demoing a powerful idea, rapidly prototyped over the span of just two weeks. It demonstrated the ultimate power of fusing our Enrichment and Contact Storage technologies together, with a few flashy features thrown in for good measure. In essence, it empowered a user to provide…
A big focus for us here at FullContact is our next generation APIs, including the release of our new Enrich API. Here are a few examples of how our focus on the developer experience surfaces itself through the design and capabilities of our next generation APIs.
We spent a lot of time in the market listening to our customers, and we’ve matched that feedback with our own candid assessments of the platform. The result is a different kind of API, one that we’re pretty proud of. Meet our newest API, Enrich!
Recall vs. Precision – Find the right balance by setting your own match rate with FullContact’s tunable confidence feature.
Get depth and accuracy of identity resolution and enrichment services for real-time personalization, even with high volume queries.
The Person API has proven itself to be the world’s most powerful tool for adding publicly-accessible data about people, and today we’re doing the same thing for companies with the FullContact Company API.
We’re always looking for new and interesting data points to add to the suite of FullContact APIs. Over the past few months we’ve been quietly testing a Pinterest search target that will help to add a wealth of information. Today we’re excited to announce that the Pinterest search target is available for all FullContact Person API users. Queries to the Person API can now return a Pinterest username and URL, as well as followers and following count.
We’re excited to announce that we have rolled out new functionality that combines the best of our Person API with our Location API. It only makes sense, right? You now have granularity and greater control over the location data you receive from FullContact.
FullContact has released an open source version of Card Reader for iOS. Any developer or company can lift the code and build their own business card scanner.
We’ve recently announced some changes to our Enhanced Contact API, pricing, and overage costs. Read on for the details.