Integrations made easy

Communication challenges in a workplace are tedious – in any form or shape.

Our platform comes with API integration and can therefore be easily integrated into your systems so that the employees in your company only need to work in one system. So you don't need to worry about tangles. Creditro furthermore, has partnership with various organisations.

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With the integration to Monthio, you can now perform creditworthiness assessments directly within Creditro Comply.

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Unik Advosys

Create a case in Advosys and seamlessly continue your work in Creditro Comply with ease and efficiency. So you have everything.

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By integrating with e-conomic, you can effortlessly maintain a comprehensive KYC overview of your customers directly within the e-conomic platform.

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With integration to Dinero, you can automatically drag your debtors to monitoring, and always be updated on changes.

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Legis 365

Full KYC integration for a seamless experience. Now you can effortlessly manage and handle cases directly in Legis 365.

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Get the most out of your Creditro solution

Our setup allows you to get all our functions and unique data directly into your system. Everything we develop for your company will be available as a Web application and an API solution.

Smooth integration

A software for automating procedures

API components allow different platforms, applications, and systems to share information, making it easy to streamline integrations. 

Optimize use

Work smart, not hard

You can optimize your applications' functionality and usability. Using our integration, you are getting technology that works with you - not againt you. 


Let Creditro do the manual work

Don't waste your time shuffling between continuous manual processes or different systems. API integration allows you to spend time on the essential things.



Access as you please

Compliance should be easy

Access all of our services via a browser from any location and device. All this requires is an internet connection.



Data Partners


Creditro Comply

KYC Compliance made fast, secure and systematic

Everything gathered on a clear and user-friendly platform. Documentation always in accordance with applicable legislation.

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Assess EN

Creditro Assess

Automatic credit assessment and bankruptcy notification

Make informed decisions and be notified of bad payers, bankruptcies and fraudulent companies and avoid losses, debt collection and wasted work hours.

Embrace our KYC technology and stay
ahead of the game

Save time on demanding KYC/AML processes. Book a demo where we go through our solution based on your company’s needs.

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Need clarification?

What is an API?

An Application Programming Interface (API) is an interface that facilitates communication between two or more software applications. With an API, clients can use an interface to request something from an app, such as Creditro Comply. Then, the application will pass the data to an API, which will interpret the information and provide a response. An API converts the returned data into something that the user can understand. This way, the API solution enables several programs to work together, and our platform can therefore be easily integrated into your systems so that the employees in your company only need to work in one system - this avoids tangles



What is an example of API?

An API can be seen as a waiter connecting the customer to the kitchen, ensuring that the order get's through to the kitchen - get's interpreted correctly - and the correct food is received.

So, when you want to acces and make requests to your Creditro platform, the API integration can be thought of as the waiter making sure that your order is interpreted correctly.

What does API stands for?

API stands for Application Programming Interface. In this instance, the word Application refers to any given third-party software – for example, Creditro systems, such as Creditro Comply.

Think of interface as a contract of service between different applications. This contract defines how the applications communicate using requests and responses. Their API documentation contains information on how developers are to structure those requests and responses.