Salesforce Assets Object

Last updated Apr 22 2018

Integration with the Salesforce Assets Object

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About the Salesforce Assets Object
Represents an item of commercial value, such as a product sold by your company or a competitor, that a customer has purchased and installed.


Use this object to track assets previously sold into customer accounts. With asset tracking, a client application can quickly determine which products were previously sold or are currently installed at a specific account. You can also create hierarchies of assets using the Parent Asset field. An asset hierarchy can contain up to 10,000 assets.

For example, your organization might want to renew and up-sell opportunities on products sold in the past. Similarly, your organization might want to track competitive products that exist in a customer environment that could potentially be replaced or swapped out.

Asset tracking is also useful for product support, providing detailed information to assist with product-specific support issues. For example, the PurchaseDate or SerialNumber could indicate whether a given product has certain maintenance requirements, including product recalls. Similarly, the UsageEndDate might indicate when the asset was removed from service or when a license or warranty expires.

If an application creates a new Asset record, it must at least specify a Name and either an AccountId, ContactId, or both.

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