Are You Ready for Pardot SSO?

You may have seen that Salesforce is releasing a change in Pardot's user authentication system which will apply to all Pardot accounts. Beginning on February 15, 2021 and coinciding with the Spring ’21 release, Pardot’s user authentication system will be discontinued and all users will be required to use Salesforce single sign-on (SSO). All Pardot users not enabled with Salesforce SSO by Spring ‘21 will lose the ability to log into Pardot until they are connected to a Salesforce user.

This will affect your users with Pardot-only access, your integrations that use the Pardot API, as well as the Pardot WordPress plugin.

We'd love to help make this a smooth transition for you. Let's audit your Pardot Org together and  ensure you are ready for the February 15th deadline to avoid any outages. ... And hey, if you are doing the 'walk of shame' after February 15th, we won't judge ;) 
 

Pardot User Migration Audit - How We Can Help

Pardot-Only Users

Let's audit your users to ensure your team doesn't lose access to Pardot. Our team can help identify Pardot only users and review your current  Single Sign-On (SSO) and Salesforce User Sync setup to ready your org for February 15th. 

Pardot API & 3rd Party Integrations

Let us help you review any 3rd party and custom integrations you have - Zapier, FeedOtter, Qualified, Wistia, etc. All API users will need to be updated to a Salesforce SSO user to avoid any connection interruptions.

Pardot WordPress Plugin

If your website is on WordPress and you utilize the Pardot Plugin, you will need to make some changes to avoid any outages. Let us help you review your updated plugin and the steps needed to authenticate user account settings for SSO.   

Let's Get Started With Your Pardot-User Migration to SSO

We'd love to help make this a smooth transition for you. Our team is ready to support you where needed no matter that date.  

Fill out the form and let's review the Pardot User Migration guide with your team, discuss any nuances specific to your org, and develop a plan to minimize impact on your plans this year.