Maintenance Connection can integrate or connect with any software you may have. However, there are systems for which integrations have already been built. Although your needs may differ slightly from any previous work, an existing knowledge of the system and proof of concept is always helpful to get the process started. A few of the existing integrations include:
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If a customized integration does not fit your needs, the MC Web API gives you and third party providers secure access to retrieve and update data in your Maintenance Connection database. Utilize the REST service to query work orders, parts, purchase orders and virtually any data managed within the system. Develop HTTP-based procedures to update this data real-time to keep Maintenance Connection in sync with other company systems. Examples of common uses for the API include:
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The MC LDAP automates and simplifies user management by integrating user access to Maintenance Connection with a customer’s Active Directory service. After a user completes an initial network login at the start of their day, they can access Maintenance Connection directly via a desktop screen icon or via their Internet Explorer Favorites list, without having to re-enter their username and password.
A comprehensive range of sync options ensures user updates are completed at the intervals specified. As new users are added into an Active Directory service they are automatically added to Maintenance Connection with the correct Access Group. Should existing users be removed from Active Directory their status is set to “Inactive” in Maintenance Connection.