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David WrightDavid Wright 

Percentage of Salesforce customers moved to Lightning

I would be interested to hear if anybody has an idea of what percentage of customer's have moved from Classic to Lightning?
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Jonathan FoxJonathan Fox

I've tried digging for the answer because you triggered my curiosity.

I can not find any hard and fast stats but her are some blogs talking about it:
https://a.sfdcstatic.com/content/dam/www/ocms/assets/pdf/lightning/lightning-infographic.pdf

https://www.cbtnuggets.com/blog/career/career-progression/salesforce-classic-is-almost-officially-dead
https://searchcustomerexperience.techtarget.com/news/252461198/Salesforce-Classic-nearing-end-of-life-but-not-dead-yet

Here are some closly related stats too:

https://www.cetrixcloudservices.com/blog/key-statistics-for-salesforce-crm

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Jonathan FoxJonathan Fox

I've tried digging for the answer because you triggered my curiosity.

I can not find any hard and fast stats but her are some blogs talking about it:
https://a.sfdcstatic.com/content/dam/www/ocms/assets/pdf/lightning/lightning-infographic.pdf

https://www.cbtnuggets.com/blog/career/career-progression/salesforce-classic-is-almost-officially-dead
https://searchcustomerexperience.techtarget.com/news/252461198/Salesforce-Classic-nearing-end-of-life-but-not-dead-yet

Here are some closly related stats too:

https://www.cetrixcloudservices.com/blog/key-statistics-for-salesforce-crm

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David WrightDavid Wright
Thanks for the reply Jonathan. Will take a look through the links.
Jonathan FoxJonathan Fox
Sorry I couldn’t find you the answer you were looking for. I have asked the question to the Lightning Champion Program managers to see if they have any stats.
David WrightDavid Wright
I suspect the number is relatively low, otherwise it would be being used to push migration. 
Jonathan FoxJonathan Fox
I asked the question and sadly it's not a stat that is publicly publsihed but I totally agree with your previous comment.
Julien SalensonJulien Salenson
I'm also interessed, it should be nice to have a percentage.
Chandana BeesuChandana Beesu
David,
I would like to think of it this way. If you haven't migrated or thought about a migration to lightning yet, what is the cost that you are paying to stay in classic? 
Salesforce is not developing any new functionality to enhance any part of classic, they are actively pushing more n more lightning features with every 3 releases a year, and you are paying the price for not using any of those new features. 
While classic is not going away yet, it's better to have a plan in place. 
Hope this helps!!
Thanks,
Chandana.
Jodi ChurchJodi Church
 I would reach out to your Account Executive they will be able to tell you.