The following is a guideline to follow when using the Building Block: SIC to Industry for Salesforce recipe. Please read these guidelines before cloning the recipe.
This Building Block will help take SIC code values and assign them to an industry value that can be segmented.
This Building Block recipe provides the following:
- A bot that will be used to import the Salesforce Accounts and Lead Data Source and run the related job
- Jobs that process Salesforce Account SIC code values into Industries
- If a data source does not already exist, create a data source for the following objects and fields. *Note: If these data sources are already created, please verify that the above attributes are defined in the data sources.
- Salesforce Lead object with at least the following attributes: Id, SIC_Code__c, IsConverted, IsDeleted.
- Salesforce Account object with at least the following attributes: Id, SIC_Code__c, Name, IsDeleted.
- [Optional] This process uses the Openprise Data Catalog “Reference - NAICS 2002 to SIC 1987 Mapping” reference table. If you would like to add custom segments to be used within this process you can download the Data Catalog and customize the values. More can be read in the articles listed below.
To clone the Building Block recipe, navigate to Projects > Recipes and select the building block recipe to clone. Hint: search Building Block to easily see which Building Block recipes are available.
You will need to provide:
- Project name
- Prefix and/or suffix for all objects in the project
- Data source to be used in the project
Examine the cloned project
We recommend you look through all the newly created project elements to familiarize yourself with what has been created. Look for any job that is marked with errors. These errors must be manually corrected.
Test the project
When you have reviewed the project and believe that everything is configured correctly, test the project by following these steps.
- Run the job manually.
- Review the data at the end of the job to ensure the industry values are assigned correctly.
- If all goes well, modify the bot to adjust the schedule, and turn the automation on to have up-to-date data when you need it!