Customers

Third-party applications can manipulate customer information in Stitchex including contacts and addresses.

GET all customers

Retrieve details for all customers.

$ curl https://api.stitchex.com/customers \
    -H "Authorization: ACCESS_TOKEN"

Example response:

{
    "customers": [
        {
            "id": 9498,
            "name": "Barneys",
            "country": "",
            "city": "",
            "vat_number": "VAT24234234234",
            "people": [
                {
                    "id": 6789,
                    "first_name": "Jamie",
                    "last_name": "Ortega",
                    "position": "CTO",
                    "phone_1": "",
                    "phone_2": "",
                    "email": "jamie@barneys.com",
                    "notes": ""
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "id": 9936,
            "name": "Closing Ceremony",
            "country": "",
            "city": "",
            "vat_number": "",
            "people": [
                {
                    "id": 6957,
                    "first_name": "Jamie",
                    "last_name": "Ortega",
                    "position": "Buyer",
                    "phone_1": "+1 232 448 98232",
                    "phone_2": "",
                    "email": "jamie@closing.com",
                    "notes": ""
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "id": 10771,
            "name": "unknown customer",
            "country": null,
            "city": null,
            "vat_number": "",
            "people": [
                {
                    "id": 8571,
                    "first_name": "first",
                    "last_name": "contact",
                    "position": "",
                    "phone_1": "",
                    "phone_2": "",
                    "email": "",
                    "notes": ""
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "id": 13384,
            "name": "Macy's",
            "country": "",
            "city": "",
            "vat_number": "12345678",
            "people": [
                {
                    "id": 10772,
                    "first_name": "Joe",
                    "last_name": "Smith",
                    "position": "",
                    "phone_1": "",
                    "phone_2": "",
                    "email": "",
                    "notes": ""
                }
            ]
        }
}

GET one customer by Customer ID

Retrieve details for one customer.

$ curl https://api.stitchex.com/customers/[Customer_ID] \
    -H "Authorization: ACCESS_TOKEN"

GET customer by contact email address

Retrieve details for a customer using the email address of a contact.

$ curl https://api.stitchex.com/customers/customer_by_contact?contact_email=contact@customer.com \
    -H "Authorization: ACCESS_TOKEN"

GET customer contacts

Retrieve contacts for a customer.

$ curl https://api.stitchex.com/customers/[Customer_ID]/contacts \
    -H "Authorization: ACCESS_TOKEN"

GET customer addresses

Retrieve addresses for a customer.

$ curl https://api.stitchex.com/customers/[Customer_ID]/addresses \
    -H "Authorization: ACCESS_TOKEN"

POST a customer

You can create a customer record in Stitchex from an external system using a POST request to /customers.

POST https://api.stitchex.com/customers

The caller should provide the following headers along with the request:

Content-Type : application/json
Authorization: Bearer ACCESS_TOKEN

The body of your request should be a JSON document formatted as below.

Example request:

{
"name":"John Doe's Company 2",
"vat_number":"XE554",
"country":"US",
"city":"Miami",
"customer_type":"wholesale",
"channelId":6932,
"paymentTerm": "PIA"
}

POST a customer contact

You can create a customer contact record in Stitchex from an external system using a POST request to /customers.

POST https://api.stitchex.com/customers/[CUSTOMER_ID]/create_contact

The caller should provide the following headers along with the request:

Content-Type : application/json
Authorization: Bearer ACCESS_TOKEN

The body of your request should be a JSON document formatted as below.

Example request:

{
"firstName":"Jon",
"lastName":"Doe",
"position":"CEO",
"phone":"+305-610-0517",
"email":"jon@doe.com"
}

POST a customer address

You can create a customer address record in Stitchex from an external system using a POST request to /customers.

POST https://api.stitchex.com/customers/[CUSTOMER_ID]/create_address

The caller should provide the following headers along with the request:

Content-Type : application/json
Authorization: Bearer ACCESS_TOKEN

The body of your request should be a JSON document formatted as below.

Example request:

{
"address1":"Mainstreet 5",
"address2":"Entrance 5",
"address3":"Floor 10",
"city":"New York City",
"state":"NY",
"country":"US",
"zipCode":10013,
"default_for_shipping":true,
"default_for_billing":true
}

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