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Overview Video

Instructional Video: How to turn On CleanCRM

Instructional Video: CleanCRM Settings

Instructional Video: Creating Lists To Dedupe

Instructional Video: Training for the CleanCRM Scheduler

Instructional Video: Administrator Manage Users

Instructional Video: CleanCRM Merge Rules Training

 

How to Use CleanCRM

CleanCRM is a batch data de-duping tool embedded in Oracle CRM On Demand. CleanCRM is used to de-dupe Accounts, Contacts, and Leads to achieve high data quality in your CRM system. CleanCRM can be launched from your Oracle CRM On Demand Admin homepage. To use CleanCRM, first use the menu in the upper left corner to select the type of records you wish to de-dupe (Accounts, Contacts, or Leads). It is best to cleanse Accounts first, followed by Contacts then Leads.

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Then, click Settings to open a menu and define your search and matching settings.

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Here, you can decide upon your desired settings:

  • Select the records to dedupe by clicking the + button and choosing an Oracle CRM On Demand list. You can create a list to target a desired segment of records via the Accounts, Contacts, or Leads tab in Oracle CRM On Demand. In the Lists section of the tab, click New and define search criteria for your data. You must save the list in order to use it in CleanCRM. If you are new to CleanCRM, it is best to start with small data sets and work up to larger data sets as you master the cleansing functionalities. For more information, see this instructional video.

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  • Choose a Merge Rule for the Master record in a duplicate set. The Merge Rule defines how a Master record is determined.

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  • Choose match settings to identify duplicates. Each data field can be custom defined to match your records using exact, fuzzy, or starts with matching on any combination of data fields. Clicking Advanced will allow you to choose settings for blank data and words to ignore. You can select fields from the list of Basic fields, or expand the list of All fields for all remaining fields in Oracle CRM On Demand including custom fields.

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  • Finally, choose the fields to display onscreen. You can add, remove, and rearrange any fields that exist in Oracle CRM On Demand including custom fields.

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Once your settings have been chosen, click Find Duplicates and CleanCRM will identify your duplicates within the designated group of data. Your matching results are organized into three categories:

  • Duplicates Requiring Review – Duplicate records with conflicting data in the displayed fields.
  • Duplicates Not Requiring Review – Duplicate records without conflicting data in the displayed fields.
  • Unique Records – Unmatched or non-duplicate records.

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Click the arrow to expand the grids. Duplicate sets are grouped and numbered in the grids. The Final record represents the resulting record from merging the duplicate set. You can easily review your duplicate sets before merging:

  • Remove a record from a duplicate set by using the Remove link.
  • Change the master record of the duplicate set by reselecting the Master check box. The master record is the surviving record that will be retained and updated after merging the duplicate set.
  • Choose final record data by selecting check boxes in  highlighted  fields representing conflicting data in a duplicate set. You can also manually edit the final record by clicking in the final record data fields and typing your changes.
  • Create a task for later review by hovering over the Final record arrow and selecting Create Task.

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When you are satisfied with duplicate identification, you can Merge duplicate sets in three ways:

  • One-by-one by hovering over the Final record arrow and selecting Merge Set.
  • Page-by-page by clicking Merge Current Page in the category grid title bar.
  • All Records by clicking Merge All in the category grid title bar.

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During the merge process, all associated entities from the duplicate records will be moved to the surviving master record. The other duplicate records will then be deleted, just as when manually merging records in Oracle CRM On Demand.

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