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Md zahid hasan
May 25, 2022
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Clean and robust CRM data is great, and enterprises provide a single view for each customer, all in one place. However, once duplicate records enter the database, that "single" view no longer exists. Duplication creates headaches throughout the organization and negatively impacts sales forecasts, pipeline management, marketing spending, and the customer experience. “Looking double” in CRM is just one of the many Cork Bicycle Rent zone challenges Salesforce admins face, but it's one of the most common. Perhaps that's one of the reasons why Single Table Dedupe, one of the many modules of DemandTools, is most commonly used. Here you can get a 30-day free trial of DemandTools and see how all its modules work. However, in this blog, I'd like to emphasize single-table deduplication in particular to get used to the module you'll want to try first. What is the difference between single table deduplication? Single-table deduplication goes beyond what Salesforce's native capabilities provide. This is done in the following way: The Salesforce Merge utility can only merge three records at a time, it can't be automated, it can't merge custom objects, and it doesn't provide a backup of the data associated with the merge. DemandTools provides record-level backups. And its powerful deduplication works with large and small datasets. This was the first customizable mass deduplication tool that merged both standard and custom objects in Salesforce . You have more control over duplication by providing custom master and field rules, duplicate records that Salesforce keeps, and settings that allow you to specify the field values ​​that each record keeps. The recent addition of DupeBlocker to the DemandTools suite allows administrators to proactively manage duplicates. The integration available with Single Table Deduplication allows users to bulk merge the duplicates reported by DupeBlocker and report unreliable duplicates for manual review. Find everything DemandTools offers in a 30-day free trial . How is single table deduplication usually used? Here are some common use cases for this popular module: Duplicate management Starting from the obvious, the most common use case for single-table deduplication is routine deduplication using a set of matching techniques. There are 20 matching algorithms for finding duplicates based on all types of data.
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