CHAMP Cargosystems achieves 10m API calls in August

Source: CHAMP Cargosystems

CHAMP Cargosystems achieved 10m API calls in one month, in August 2022.

The provider of IT solutions and distribution services for the air cargo transport chain described August’s milestone as a “momentous milestone that represents the vast reach and flexibility of APIs”.

APIs, or Application Programming Interfaces, allow the capabilities or data of one computer system to be used by another, blending state-of-the-art solutions to gain added value and efficiency.

In early 2022, CHAMP launched an API Partner Program to promote collaboration around its flagship product – Cargospot – bringing together API developers from airlines, ground handlers, general sales agents, software houses, and other third-party companies to develop cutting-edge solutions for the Cargospot ecosystem.

This allows the Cargospot community to use new and innovative products that are tailor-made for Cargospot, select from a wider choice of partners/solutions, and implement these API-based solutions rapidly.

Similarly, Traxon cargoHUB APIs can leverage data from the world’s biggest air cargo community platform, which links to carriers who move over 80% of global airfreight. This data can, for example, power enhanced tracking or visibility data via Traxon Premium Tracking and third-party systems.

“CHAMP is thrilled to achieve such a profound milestone in the air cargo community,” says Lee Booth, VP global products at CHAMP Cargosystems.

“Our products and data are now requested around the world and at large frequency. Furthermore, with the introduction of our API developer portal, our customers and partners have easy access to our open and collaborative systems to achieve anything.”

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