Unique identifier for each customer.
Id of this customer in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration).
Date of customer creation (Date of creation of this customer on its origin data source, for example).
Unique code identifies the customer (rather than using the random id field generated for each entry in our database).
If the same customer has different accounts (coming from different data sources, for example), you can link these accounts to only one using a parent Id.
Customer's first name.
Customer's family name.
Customer's email address.
Customer's phone number.
Customer's company name.
Customer's detailed street address.
Postal code or zip code.
City of the customer address.
State of the customer address.
null (when not applicable)
Id of customer's country.
Id of this country in its origin data source (when customer comes from an integration).
Indicates whether this customer's account is archived or not.
false (not archived)
Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) from this customer.
Id of the data source (Manual Calqulate, or integrations).
Organization Id in which this customer belongs.
Date of creation of this entry in Calqulate's Database.
Date of last update done on this entry in Calqulate's Database.
Date of deletion of this entry from Calqulate's Database.
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