Does Salesforce impose a limit on the number of user licenses (salesforce or salesforce platform) an organization can purchase? is there any fix number or there is no limit. Can we purchase a large number of licenses and assign users to it in an org? Also, if possible, can you please share the reference document for this limit.

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As far as I can tell, there is no limit. Salesforce will be more than happy for you to pay them more money.

About the only thing I'm aware of is that once a single company obtains a sufficient number of licenses, they'll get their own "pod". I.e. while instances like na41 or ap07 would normally service multiple Salesforce customers, large enough companies end up being the only customer on their particular instance (instance/pod are interchangeable, I believe).

The number of licenses where that will happen is not published, but is likely in the thousands.

  • I can just hear Benioff saying to his sales team -- "No, we don't want to sell <large number> of recurring subscriptions to organization X, tell the customer there's not a value proposition for so many users"
    – cropredy
    Jan 16 at 18:59

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