sanctions.io Joins API3 Alliance as Founding Member

As a leading API provider, it will always be our responsibility to help strengthen and develop the API economy as much as we can. That is why we are proud to announce that we have officially joined the API3 Alliance 2 as founding members — a strategic coalition of 100+ like-minded API providers committed to bringing our data and services currently offered to traditional web applications directly to the Web3 economy, without the reliance on third-party middlemen.

Updated Terms & Conditions

When starting a company the last thing on your mind is the legal side of it as the first priority is mostly product development and customer service. The ‘legal stuff’ will be taken care of later… and later means usually ‘once we find someone who enjoys doing this’ which is some really ‘fuzzy’ point in time in the future.

New Server Setup

We were born as a service for SAP customers, and as a SAP service having the default SSL port 443 with a self encrypted certificate makes a lot of sense because it removes the friction of rolling certificates but still gives the end to end encryption needed. But we are growing, and growth means making […]

Search Fuzziness

Sanctions.io has supported fuzzy search for quite some time already, but today I’d like to introduce new feature which will allow our customers to tweak its’ output more precisely. A bit of theory So what is fuzzy search in the first place? When you’re searching for some name you might have it written in a […]

SAP client for sanction list screening

We have published a free ABAP client that implements the sanctions.io API. You can find all details here: https://github.com/REMEDYNE/Sanctions.is The client is free and can be adopted and used in any SAP system that is based on the SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP, e.g. SAP ERP/Business Suite, S/4HANA, etc. You need a subscription or a free […]