Colorado Secretary of State business data via API

https://youtu.be/K1Xztzc7CIM – will embed once public

The Cobalt Intelligence Secretary of State API allows you to get business data all via API!

Reach out for an API key.

Example of calling by business name:

        const url = `https://apigateway.cobaltintelligence.com/search?searchQuery=${encodeURIComponent(businessName)}&state=${state}`;

        const axiosResponse = await axios.get(url, {
            headers: {
                'x-api-key': this.apiKey
            }
        });

Example of calling by entity/secretary of state id:

        const url = `https://apigateway.cobaltintelligence.com/search?sosId=${encodeURIComponent(sosId)}&state=${state}`;

        const axiosResponse = await axios.get(url, {
            headers: {
                'x-api-key': this.apiKey
            }
        });

Test and get API key here – https://cobaltintelligence.com/secretary-of-state

SDK and examples here – https://github.com/cobalt-intelligence/cobalt-int-sdk

Transcript:

Good morning, everyone. I am Jordan Hansen from cobalt intelligence. We’re going to talk about how to get business data from the secretary of state of Colorado. Now I have a sample business name or two. Um, whereas if we could find one and actually the state over here when you use this one, so it’s swagging, LLC.

There we go. So I get an LLC and this is a Colorado secretary of state. Let’s see what data. Okay. We’ve got it there. Now we’re going to try it over here. And the AP. And if you want to do it without the SDK, which I’m going to leak here and there there’s a JavaScript SDK that makes it easier. Um, you can just install with node.

Use it very simple. If you want to do without that, that’s fine. You just use the API key. You got to call it this URL. Search gray is going to be a business name. And then your state is over here. So you can call, put state, Colorado or seal, and then your API, you can put in your head or just like this. Yeah.

Now let’s do the example. We’ll come over here. Now we’re going to use the SDK now. So I’m gonna be like this Colorado passing the business and it’s going to call it just like this. This is if you’re using the SDK, so you just import it. See it’s important. Here we go. Import it from the SDK. You initialize it with an API key and then you call wait, SOC.

SOS API that give business details and then it will return the desk. So got this

and it’s going to call the API and we wait for it to do its work. That’s calling over here to that function. Same thing in SDK. We’ll take care of this. I would just hang out, dude. Bam. Right there. Same thing should be swagging out. We’ll see. Yep. Perfect. There we go. Now let’s say you want to do it by entity number or SOS ID Sycamore right here like this.

If you’re going to use it without the SDK, you come over here to this kind of function. It’s like, I’ll do it the same kind of thing, same URL. Cause if you’ve changed your query parameter from search query to SOS ID and the same thing as your state now that’s show if we do it with the SDK over here.

This Colorado. And it’ll just call it like this same thing. Get details bad. So ID is your API. Here’s your we’re just calling, uh, the SDK. That’s the function. You’ll call passing the business name and the state and that’s it start. And we run now they’d held a cobalt intelligence. You can API. That sent me no use case.

I get to the beta one for free and you can use it. No problem. Um, and then we’ll give you about a hundred a month. And if you have a different use case, we’ll talk about it. We can get it for you. Anyway, that’s getting business details from the secretary of state in Colorado using the cobalt intelligence, the secretary of state APA.

There you go.