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Pyrus redefines collaborative work. It is a platform that supports workplace exchanges, transparently manages responsibility for every unit of work, and streamlines workflows. Pyrus makes your work day smarter by automating your tedious yet essential business processes. You can set up customized workflows with just a few clicks, such as automatically requesting approvals, routing business forms or simply delegating routine tasks to several employees. It's easy to implement, it saves both you and your colleagues' time and lets you get back to actually getting work done.
The Tariff Rates API provides data about each country with whom the United States has a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). When the U.S. enters into an FTA with a foreign government, it negotiates lower tariff rates with that government for a wide variety of products. A tariff is a tax that a company must pay a foreign country when shipping a product to that country. Typically the FTA tariffs rates decline over several years.
API for the United States Federal Court System (commonly referred to as PACER). Search for cases, get detailed docket information, and download filings. Save money by downloading cached copies of documents. Docket Alarm is for: (1) Financial institutions that want to run background litigation checks on companies; (2) Document management or doc review systems that want to automatically sync data with the court's; and (3) Law firms that want to automate tracking court filings in their cases.
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The Axesso Amazon Data Service API returns detailed Amazon product information including product title, manufacturer, reviews, size selection, and retail price. Additionally, the API supports product recommendations as provided by Amazon and invoke keyword searches to find up to 20 products relating to the searchterm. This service is comparable to the Amazon Product Advertising API, but presented in a more condensed manner. The usage requires a API Key in production mode. Find further information in our documentation http://api-doc.axesso.de/ or use our SDK https://github.com/Axesso/axesso-java-client. Please contact us to get full access to the API, to get a private plan or discuss your requirements relating to request amount and concurrency: [email protected]
This API can extract important topics from any given text or URL and suggests all relevant Wikipedia Pages related to those topics. You can use it in your application or product for a recommendation system, personalization, semantic analysis, etc. It can take any type of text as input and will perform best on URLs corresponding to news, blog, content, etc.
The perfect tool for tag cloud visualization. Extracts key terms and phrases from a text document with our terminology extraction methods. This natural language processing technique computes ngrams and lets your find the most statistically relevant ones in your data. Thanks to language detection, stop words are automatically removed. Works well for indexing, suggestion, recommendation or as a prerequisite for other text analytics -related tasks. Available languages: en, fr, it, sp, de, pt.
IMPORTANT: Eventful API is a Paid Usage model and requires a licensing agreement directly with Eventful. Eventful is a leading digital media company connecting consumers with entertainment, movies and local events. Over 21 million people rely on Eventful to find out what's happening and decide what to do; from movies, concerts and sports to family fun and nightlife. With millions of local events to choose from, Eventful provides the world's most comprehensive selection of local entertainment content and serves its users across multiple platforms including online, mobile and email, delivering highly personalized content and recommendations to each of Eventful’s 21 million registered users
Trustpilot.com is a consumer review website founded in Denmark in 2007 which hosts reviews of businesses worldwide. The site is free for consumers and it offers freemium services to businesses. Trustpilot has offices in New York, Denver, London, Copenhagen, Vilnius, Berlin and Melbourne, and employs more than 700 people and nearly 1 million new reviews are posted each month. Trustpilot was founded by the company’s current CEO, Peter Holten Mühlmann, in Denmark in 2007. The same is true for Trustpilot taking payment for managing reviews and engaging in advertising and promotion alongside so-called "neutral" reviews. There is controversy about the legitimacy of some of Trustpilot's and other consumer review websites' reviews and the way that it deals with complaints about them, although Trustpilot insists that it strives to only include genuine reviews. When a company reports a review, it is automatically replaced with a message indicating that it is being assessed.