Posts in Category: Magento
Magento 1 End of Life!
This is not a mystery anymore, Magento 1 End of Life is happening in 2020! Don’t wait until the last moment to migrate to Magento 2 or to another eCommerce platform. To help you make the right decision for your business, we synthesize the most important dates that you need to be aware of. Don’t be […]
Magento vs Shopify
Want to know which eCommerce platform helps you best achieve your business goals? Making the final decision on which platform to use is difficult. Your decision will deeply impact future customer experience and scalability options. On top of the t, you’re considering fixed costs, variable fees, catalog and product architecture, and more. Rather than waste […]
Why upgrade to Magento 2
Magento 1.x’s end-of-life date is June/July 2020. With only months’ notice before support ends, what should your eCommerce business do? Magento 2 was released in 2015, and is known as being the best version of Magento. Magento 2’s improved performance and new features provide shoppers with a faster, easier online buying experience. Magento 1 will continue […]
Magento 1 vs Magento 2
What’s New on Magento 1 vs Magento 2? When Magento 2.0 was first announced, merchants opted to step back and consider Magento 1 vs Magento 2. Let’s take a look inside to see the main differences. Keep in mind that after an initial end-of-life date of November 2018 was removed, Magento has provided no definite […]
Magento, BigCommerce, or Shopify?
Are You Trying to Determine Which Ecommerce Platform is Right for You? Making the final decision on which platform to use is difficult. Your choice will deeply impact future customer experience and scalability options. On top of that, you’re considering: – Fixed Costs – Variable Fees – Catalog & Product Architecture and more… […]
3 Ways Magento’s B2B Module Blends Efficiency with UX
What are some of the biggest time-wasters in your daily routine? Chances are, it’s the little things. When small inefficiencies build up, they eventually eat away at your productivity, and ultimately, your bottom-line. Unlike B2C customers, B2B clients tend to be more business-minded and take additional marketing effort to win over. Still, that doesn’t mean […]