An application programming interface (API) brings data from different sources together onto a central platform in real time, making this data accessible to its users quickly and easily. Interfaces like this mean that you can quickly organise your product information, effortlessly keep it up to date and retrieve it with ease.
Agile further development
Once set up, it will be faster, easier and cheaper to integrate new applications. Save yourself from investing in multiple developments. We opt for open-source software when programming to keep your API open to agile further development. You can integrate new or existing data and use many diverse filters to hone your search queries.
Seamless data processing
We are happy to advise you on designing your API architecture, integrate your back-end and front-end solutions, and maintain your interface so your data can be processed seamlessly. A master-data API allows data and entire functions to be sorted for further use, making dusty libraries and databases are a thing of the past.
AMIGOS makes shopping easy, convenient and sociable. Using AMIGOS, Migros is bringing people in the same district together: If you’re already out and about, buy food for your neighbours as well. The new shopping platform as an app and web solution.
Facebook Pixel allows us to measure the impact of Liip publications on Facebook.
LinkedIn Insight allows us to measure the impact of Liip publications on LinkedIn.
Hotjar is a tool for collecting and analysing the interactions of all users in the form of a heat map. This tool is used to improve the content provided.
Google Analytics is a tool provided by Google that enables us to collect and analyse information on the properties of the traffic visiting the website, the interactions with the content provided, and the consumption performance of all this content, in order to improve the content supplied.
Google Optimize allows you to offer multiple variants of a website’s content or structure in order to determine the version that obtains the best results from users, also known as A/B testing, and to personalise a website based on how it is utilised by its users. This tool is provided by Google.
Google Ads is an is an online advertising platform provided by Google. We use Google Ads to protect our brand name. You might see our promoted content in Google Search when typing the keyword “liip”.