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Partnerstack

Empower your partnership programs using Partnerstack with Hightouch

Setup

Partnerstack requires both a public and private API key. To find the keys, navigate to the Partnerstack Integration Settings.
On the integration settings page, your public and private API keys can be found.

Syncing

Hightouch supports syncing to the following Partnerstack resources:
  • Customers
  • Transactions

Sync Modes

The Customer integration supports Upsert mode.
In the Upsert mode, new customers will be inserted into Partnerstack and all attributes will be kept up-to-date within Partnerstack.
The Transaction integration supports Insert mode.
In insert mode, new transactions will be inserted into Partnerstack.

Record Matching

Customer records can be matched from your source to your Partnerstack workspace by the customer's email in the Upsert mode.
Transaction Records can be matched from your source to your Partnerstack workspace by the customer's email, customer's ID, or customer's external key.

Customer Field Mapping

You can sync columns from your source to Partnerstack's default and custom fields.
You can add custom attributes for customers in Hightouch and they will be automatically added.

Transaction Field Mapping

You can sync columns from your source to Partnerstack's default transaction fields. Partnerstack does not support custom fields for transactions.

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SetupSyncingSync ModesRecord MatchingCustomer Field MappingTransaction Field Mapping

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