Billable records

A billable record is a unique data part that forms a golden record. In this case, an ingested record is considered a data part. For more information about records, data parts, and golden records, see Data life cycle.

The following video illustrates the difference between billable records and golden records.

Not all data parts are considered billable records. The data parts that appeared from the following processes are not billable records:

  • Enrichment
  • Clean projects
  • User input (editing properties manually)
  • Shadow entities
  • Any updates to the source record

Every time a golden record is processed, the count of billable records is recalculated. If you remove records from CluedIn, the count of billable records would go down as it is recalculated.