HubSpot Connector - Technical Overview
HubSpot Marketing - Basic, Professional, Enterprise
HubSpot Sales - Free and Paid
Above information is as of 9/30/2017. Visit the HubSpot pricing page at www.hubspot.com/pricing for latest information about API access in their versions.
The Bedrock HubSpot connector uses oAuth so installation is only a matter of a user entering their credentials in the connector. It is recommended that the user authenticating is a Super Administrator. Learn more about their User Roles here.
If you prefer to use a non-admin, make sure the user has full privileges to Contacts and can access the Sales area where Companies and Deals live. More on how to authenticate HubSpot can be found here.
Each object below may have a certain set of sub-objects. Not all sub-objects are supported by Bedrock Data so it's important to discuss any specific data points related to these objects that are important to your integration needs with our sales team.
|Object||Permissions||Custom Field Support||Dedupe Key|
|Contact||Read / Update / Create||Yes|
|Company||Read / Update / Create||Yes||Name|
|Deal||Read / Update / Create||Yes||
Expected Close Date
Contact and Company Relationship
|Engagement||Read / Update / Create||N/A||
|Timeline||Create||Yes (Limited to 5)||
API Version and Limits
HubSpot's API does not have versions. They use a REST API and all of their documentation is made public at https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/overview.
HubSpot currently has an API daily call limit of 40,000 for all versions. Learn more about their API limit guidelines at https://developers.hubspot.com/apps/api_guidelines.
Every Connector has a set of considerations and limitations that can impact how data will flow from one system to another. These may not be the only limitations depending on your integration needs. Make sure to discuss your key integration goals with your Bedrock Data sales representative to ensure we can meet your needs.
- Deals must have close dated ASSIGNED in order for the Deal to be paired up with another opportunity-type record in another system.
- Engagements are referred to as Sales Activities in HubSpot (Notes, Calls, Tasks, etc. )
- In order to Create engagements in HubSpot, you must map the Type field and set either a default value (Task, Call, etc.) or bring over a value from the other systems Activity record that matches with the options in HubSpot.
- Bedrock Data supports three distinct Timeline records (Registration, Attendance, and timelineEvent). Customers can create multiple mappings for each event type as required by their integration. Timeline records can power workflows in HubSpot based on activity that takes place in other integrated systems.