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An API for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Businesses big and small now can get access to the same platform that powered our own business — saves over 6 million people over £1 billion every year. Without involving us.
So whether you’re an e-commerce company that wants to automate recurring orders or a bank looking to offer cheaper international transfers, we're giving you the tools and freedom to build what you need.
The possibilities are endless.
- Automate invoice payments, recurring transfers, standing orders, or payroll
- Generate payments from invoicing software
- Get real-time notifications on platforms like Slack
- Add Wise as a disbursement option to your website
- Simplify expense reporting
- Track exchange rates and automate conversions
Wise Business is a free business account that lets you send, spend, and receive multiple currencies with the real exchange rate.
More than 5 million people and businesses save over £4 million every day with Wise.
Common questions about the Wise API.
An API allows different platforms and tools communicate with one another and share important stuff. For example, ever wonder how Google docs can appear on your Slack feed? Well – Google uses the Slack API to keep all your documents in one place. Another example is having the option to create a profile with your Facebook account. It really speeds up getting start with a new food delivery app, right?
For us, we know there are ways to make Wise work even better for you – but it would take us a while to build it all. Giving you access to our open API is like us opening the door to the inside of Wise – come on in and take what you need for your business.
An API token is a unique identifier that an app or website can use to access to the API of other companies, like Wise. You can generate an API token with Wise from our sandbox environment or your business account page. Your developers would need it to build the integration.