API Management

KORE's RESTful APIs power its portfolio of IoT offerings, enabling customers to scale from tens of SIMs to millions.

To get started right away, check out our API getting started guide.

What is a REST API?

REST (Representational State Transfer) API is a widely adopted architectural style for designing networked applications. It uses HTTP requests to perform operations (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE) on data.

Using KORE's RESTful APIs, developers can easily:

  • Manage SIMs: Programmatically control and monitor SIMs across their lifecycle.

  • Retrieve Usage: Efficiently pull usage from the many devices in the field for analysis and insights.

  • Integrate with Applications: Seamlessly connect with other systems and applications for extended functionalities.

Adopting the RESTful approach for APIs ensures that KORE's solutions are accessible and adaptable to the evolving needs of developers and businesses, enabling rapid development and deployment of IoT solutions.

Why do I need APIs?

APIs are essential tools for scaling businesses for several reasons:


They allow different systems and applications to communicate and exchange data seamlessly, ensuring that diverse technological environments can work together efficiently.


APIs automate tasks that would otherwise require manual input, saving time and reducing the likelihood of errors, thereby increasing operational efficiency.

Data Analysis

APIs facilitate easy and near real-time access to data. By pulling data from various sources through APIs, businesses can conduct a comprehensive analysis to gain insights, improving decision-making processes.


APIs enable businesses to scale their operations. By integrating systems and applications, businesses can handle increasing work without significantly increasing costs or resources.

Customer Experience

APIs contribute to the development of smoother, more responsive user interfaces. This enhances customer experience by providing users with a seamless interaction with the business's digital assets.

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