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UPS Developer Kit API Integration
The Benefits of Integration with the Power of UPS
When you integrate UPS functionality into your enterprise business applications or e-commerce website, your customers will enjoy the depth of UPS services and capabilities, while your business becomes more efficient with improved processes.

Customizing Applications
Give your customers a direct link into UPS functionality by integrating an Application Programming Interface (API) into your website or enterprise system.

UPS Developer Kit APIs will enable your company to offer improved tracking, shipping, and address validation information.

The following APIs are currently available:

  • Address Validation API
  • Address Validation Street Level API
  • Locator API
  • Pickup API
  • Quantum View® API
  • Rating API
  • Shipping API
  • Paperless Document API
  • Time-in-Transit API
  • Tracking API
  • UPS Signature Tracking® API
  • UPS TradeAbility® API

Note: Availability varies by country.

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Integrating UPS Functionality
To ensure your business system or website is properly programmed and integrated, it's recommended that a member of your IT department or a qualified third-party developer program, test, and implement any UPS functionality.

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Third-Party Developer
A third-party developer is an Application Service Provider (ASP), software developer, or Independent Software Vendor (ISV) who works with and integrates UPS functionality into a product or application sold directly or indirectly to the public. An example could be an accounting software company that integrates UPS functionality into an existing or new application.

As a third-party developer, if you have been engaged by a client to integrate UPS functionality, your client must first register and license with UPS as an end user. After your client has licensed and registered with UPS, you may assist them with the integration in accordance with the licensing terms of the UPS end user agreement.

Select the UPS Ready Program Request link if you wish to participate in the UPS Ready Program for approved third-party developers.

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