Managing Your Account

Let’s get started! The first step is to create your account in the Enigma Console. From there you’ll have access to the Enigma Businesses product, where you can immediately start integrating our SMB data into your day-to-day processes.

The Console

The console is your home for integrating with Enigma's business data. From here you’ll be able to generate API keys, configure your organization, set up your integrations, and track your usage over time.

You’ll also find some handy tools to learn more about our Businesses data. Check out the Search Businesses page to look up individual businesses, or the Quick Start page to see the API in action (no technical knowledge required).

Your API Key

Your API key is your mechanism for authenticated access to our SMB data. You’ll need your key in order to retrieve data from our Businesses API.

The API key can be found under the “Your API Key” header on the Console home page. Simply copy it from there and insert it into your API request headers (see our Businesses API pages to learn more!).


The Console also supports configuring an “organization”. You can easily invite other members of your team to join your organization on Enigma.

Click on your user name in the lower left corner of the screen and select “Team Members”. You will then see the option to “Add Member”. Click this button, enter team member email addresses, and hit “Send Invites”.

Roles & Permissions

As the first user in an organization, you are the Owner. This allows you to manage your organization’s billing information for making premium calls. Newly added team members are by default assigned a View-Only role - which cannot edit billing details - but can be granted Owner privileges as well.

Testing the Data

To test how Enigma’s data can provide value for your use case, please get in touch. We can provide sample data to backtest for signal before you commit to an ongoing contract.


To track your usage, navigate to the Usage page of the Console. Here you’ll be able to:

  • See your API usage and corresponding costs over time