Clearbit release notes

May 9, 2023

Clearbit Launches Single Sign-On with Any Identity Provider

Clearbit Launches Single Sign-On with Any Identity Provider

Clearbit now offers Single Sign-On (SSO) using SAML authentication, providing users with a secure and convenient method for accessing the platform. It works with a wide range of access management vendors including Okta, JumpCloud, and Google SSO.

The new SSO feature boasts improved security through the industry-standard SAML 2.0 protocol, offering better protection against unauthorized access. By centralizing the sign-on process, users can effortlessly switch between applications without needing multiple login credentials, ultimately saving time and boosting productivity. 

SSO SAML authentication is available to all Clearbit customers with an annual contract at no extra cost.

Read more about SSO SAML authentication in our Help Center.

Changes, improvements, and bug fixes

  • Improvement: Expanded coverage of employee count data.

  • Improvement: Enhanced company information by incorporating multiple SIC4 codes when corresponding NAICS codes are available. For example, did you know that in addition to manufacturing candy Mars, Inc also specializes in pet food?

  • Improvement: 6-digit NAICS and 4-digit SIC codes are now available on the Clearbit Data Activation Platform. Easily map these fields to your CRM from the field mapping page for AI-powered insights into company categorizations.

  • Improvement: Introducing new system traits for Clearbit Capture – RevOps teams can utilize these traits to evaluate their Capture processes and assess attribution in Salesforce.

  • Improvement: Automated notification emails are now dispatched to account owners in case of platform connection errors, along with guidance on reestablishing the connection.

  • Integration: You can now integrate the Weekly Visitor with your CRM. This feature enables you to auth into SFDC and HubSpot to see what companies visiting your site already exist within your database.

  • Fix: Addressed issue with mapping multi-picklist values to CRM fields.