Getting started with Rizer API

The Rizer API uses a JSON format for data and is capable of handling CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) requests. The API is stateless – all requests are validated against an API token.

For now, you can use this only to create new leads in Rizer, and the contact people associated with them.

You will be able to add a company and indicate if the initial contact was inbound or outbound. For each lead you can add as many contact people as you wish. Each person Has a first and last name, a phone number, or an email. 


The Rizer API includes a number of public endpoints that allow you to make requests to the Rizer database. 

We recommend using JSON body format when performing API requests. In order to do a proper JSON-formatted request, make sure you provide Content-Type: application/json in HTTP request headers. Our API supports UTF-8 for character encoding.

The entities endpoint refers to companies inside your Rizer CRM account, that can be either leads or customers. 

POST /external_api/1.0/entities

Important: To receive detailed explanation of all endpoints contact the support team and they will provide documentation and help along the way.

Authentication – API Keys

The Rizer API uses API keys to authenticate requests. Your API keys carry many privileges, so be sure to keep them secure! 

Do not share your API keys in publicly accessible areas such as GitHub, client-side code, and so forth. They are intended to be used for Rizer only, and keeping them secure is important for protecting your data. You can generate new API keys by contacting the support team.