Hurdlr's Expense Tracking API sits directly on top of your Plaid or MX integration. If you don't have an Integration yet, Hurdlr enables you to skip past the burden of building your own back-end to store all that transaction (and related) data. Or, if you already have an integration, you can leverage Hurdlr's Expense Tracking API to enrich the data you're already storing.
Once you have your data source integration interfaced with the Hurdlr API (less than one calendar day of labor), you can immediately start using all of Hurdlr's Expense Tracking functionality.
1. Connecting your Plaid or MX integration
Please reference our Plaid integration or MX integration documentation for detailed instructions on connecting your data sources with the Hurdlr API.
Custom data sources
If you have a custom data source (e.g. if you are developing software for a bank), the Hurdlr API team would be glad to help you securely expose that data in a way that the Hurdlr API can consume it. The Hurdlr API team has established custom interfaces with banks, making the integration process turn-key for our partners. Don't hesitate to email us at [email protected]
2. Next Steps
After your user's data sources are linked into the Hurdlr API, Hurdlr will automatically begin ingesting transactions from the user's linked accounts. All of Hurdlr's Expense Tracking features will immediately become available to your user, both in the Embeddable User Interface and via API.
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