HG for Salesforce includes a robust set of data to help your sales and marketing teams better understand their customers and prospects. Below is a list of all of the fields included and a definition of what they are.
Vendor which produces the tracked product.
Classification based on product functionality.
Product Category Parent
Top level classification based on product functionality.
Date Last Verified (Date)
Date of most recent install signal.
Classification based on product features.
Recency score highlighting the likelihood that the product is in use at a company today based on when signals were last detected.
Total number of dates verifying the installation of the product.
Marked as True if technology hit is removed by HG Data.
Company Information (Firmographics)
Common business name associated with the URL.
URL of the company being tracked.
The city where the company is headquartered.
The state where the company is headquartered.
Country of Company HQ
High level industry of the company.
Industry of the company.
Range indicating the total number of employees at the company.
- Less than 10
- From 10 to 49
- From 50 to 199
- From 200 to 499
- From 500 to 999
- From 1,000 to 4,999
- From 5,000 to 9,999
- Above 10,000
Range indicating the annual sales of the company. The ranges are as follows:
- Less than $1,000,000
- From $1,000,000 to $9,999,999
- From $10,000,000 to $49,999,999
- From $50,000,000 to $99,999,999
- From $100,000,000 to $199,999,999
- From $200,000,000 to $499,999,999
- From $500,000,000 to $999,999,999
- Over $1,000,000,000
Static ID assigned to product within HG Dataset
Static ID for product vendor within HG Dataset
Static ID for data category within HG Dataset
Parent Category ID
Static ID for parent category within HG Dataset
Static ID for data attribute(s) within HG Dataset
Product Hit ID
Static ID for product and company install record within HG Dataset