Integrate Clearbit with Twilio
Clearbit is a data vendor that offers advanced tools for capturing and enriching visitor data. It can turn anonymous visitors into leads, qualify and enrich existing leads, and ensure that contact data is accurate and up-to-date. Beyond that, Clearbit also allows you to search its growing database of companies to find new leads, rather than relying on traditional search methods.
Twilio offers scalable, cloud-based communications for web and mobile apps. This includes the ability for companies to call, SMS, chat, or video conference without having to create a communications infrastructure on their own. Further, Twilio can track tasks, evaluate worker performance and availability, and gather event data that can be used to create historical analytics reports.
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Clearbit's End Points
Get a risk score for a new signup by checking their email and IP address against a number of factors, including if their name matches their email, if the email address is disposable, and if the IP or email address is blacklisted. Then, use that information to decide if you want to require additional security measures, request authentication or completely deny access to the user.
Search for a company associated with an IP address that visited your site, allowing you to create a new lead from an anonymous visit. Specifically, Clearbit will take that IP address and return any available company information - such as company name, domain, and associated tags - and company metrics, such as amount raised and number of employees.
Retrieve a list of contacts by searching for specific parameters like company, job title, or role. Clearbit will then provide you with contact cards for any contacts that fit those parameters, including their names, emails, associated companies, and phone numbers.
Find a company’s logo via the company’s domain. Clearbit will return a logo by searching through various sources, including social media accounts. You can also use this feature to directly inform Clearbit of a logo that you would prefer them to use for your company.
Find companies that meet a specific set of criteria, such as size, location, or industry. This will allow you to discover a group of new leads rather than having to manually track them down one by one.
Use a person’s email address or a company’s domain name - and, optionally, more detailed information - to enrich their contact information. Clearbit will return a variety of data including names, locations, social media info, and phone numbers.
Provide Clearbit with a partial company name in order to retrieve more complete company information. This can return the company’s full name, domain, and logo, which you can use to gather more company information through enrichment tools.
Twilio's End Points
Retrieve data about tasks that are part of your team’s workflow and filter those tasks using an array of fields including priority, assignment status and name. This data can be gathered from within Twilio or integrated from external sources and added to Twilio’s workflow.
Track each workspace event that occurs, including things like the creation of a new task, a worker being assigned to a task or a change in a worker’s activity status. You can use this data to both generate current analytics and store historical record data for future use.
Get data about your workers, including their activity, availability and relevant skills. This will help you both assign your workers the tasks that are most suited to their skill sets and ensure that those tasks are only assigned when workers are ready to tackle them.
Monitor a worker’s activity status and use it to determine whether or not to assign an open task to a specific worker.