Black Knight Launches Webhooks Automation Component for Its Optimal Blue API Platform, Adds Event-Based Push Delivery of Real-Time Transactional Data
API webhooks are the next functional component of Black Knight’s already advanced Optimal Blue API platform
Webhooks publish event-based notifications directly to a subscriber, delivering real-time transactional data
The API webhooks automation platform will initially feature two components: documentation and a self-serve configuration dashboard
Black Knight, a leading provider of integrated software, data and analytics to the mortgage and real estate industries, recently announced the launch of a new webhooks component for its Optimal Blue application programming interface ( ) platform. This highly anticipated launch is another step forward in the company’s ongoing commitment to an API-first strategy that boosts lender efficiencies and workflow automation by providing real-time access to advanced secondary marketing capabilities throughout the mortgage loan process.
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Accessible via the Optimal Blue API Developer Portal, API webhooks publish event-based notifications directly to a subscriber, providing a simple way to deliver real-time data about transactions that take place within Black Knight’s Optimal Blue platform. While APIs have historically included a request followed by a response, no request is required for a webhook. Rather, API webhooks will intuitively deliver the data when it becomes available–saving valuable time and effort. This level of automation is highly advantageous to lenders, providing real-time notifications on lock requests, concessions, extensions, profile and product changes, relocks and more.
“Our expanding universe of APIs is essential to our continuous innovation,” explained Scott Happ, president, Black Knight Secondary Marketing Technologies. “The new webhooks component of our Optimal Blue API platform is the next step, saving our clients valuable time and effort by eliminating the need to request data. Webhooks take automation one step further and deliver up-to-date, relevant details directly to the user.”
The initial launch features two components: documentation and a self-serve configuration dashboard. The documentation page provides details about all events available for subscription, with the corresponding business definition and the complete schema payload for each event. The self-serve dashboard can be configured based on a client’s personal preferences and can maintain specific notification URLs.
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