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2,333 votesPublic API PM responded
It is certainly a nice idea in a lot of ways, and Jesse’s use case example is good one.
On the other side, allowing 3rd party applications plug into the core Xero application present some quite major security implications. The data we hold on behalf of our customers is considered highly sensitive by us and we ensure we have bank level security across all aspects of our application.
Second to that, we are a design lead and focused company – we want our software to be really easy to use and remain simple and intuitive, so allowing 3rd parties to introduce interface elements into Xero would be something we would need to carefully plan for.
With this in mind, it would be quite an onerous task for us to implement a secure framework that would allow 3rd party applications to interface within Xero, in a sensible way that does not…
An error occurred while saving the commentTerry Hopper commented
I've worked with TradeShift Apps https://apps.tradeshift.com/ which do plug into their Interface. The apps are vetted and must comply with their design rules to keep UI consistent.
One use case would be sharing information with an invoice finance provider such as https://www.marketinvoice.com/.
• The user installs the funder's app.
• While viewing an invoice within Xero, the user clicks a button to factor the invoice (passing details to the funder).
• The funder validates the details and advances funds against the invoice.