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- Usually, from my experiences, Salesforce does not allow this without changing the SFDC instance. This means that you will also have to migrate your Marketo instance. A huge work sometimes, will all the programs to be migrating. And a huge loss of data since Marketo activity logs cannot be migrated.
- If point 1 above is not valid and/or you still decide to proceed, pay attention to the fact that you need to purchase the API option with the SFDC Pro (since, SFDC API in not included in the Pro edition, unlike the Enterprise)
- Beyond these 2 points, the main issue might be that you will want to make sure that all the fields that are supposed to sync between Marketo and SFDC are included in page layouts (since, in the Pro edition, fields that are non visible to endusers are considered as simply non accessible).
- You also will have to pay attention to any advanced feature that you may use to process data in the background such as APEX triggers, flows and process builders, as the 3 features will be gone with the Enterprise Edition.
- MSI Package remains the same, but as the number of page layouts and profiles are limited with the Pro Edition, (unless you keep some a) you may end up with granting MSI access to everyone in the org, inducing an increase in the cost of Marketo licences.