Many site owners are scared of making the switch to newer Magento versions because they think they might lose essential site data or even have their store offline for lengthy hours. Our approach to Magento Migration removes the need for such situations, and instead lets you tap into the below improvements attached to run Magento 2.


Improvement in Site Speed

According to Magento, version 2 eCommerce sites are 20% faster compared to Magento 1 sites. Hence, making a switch generally offers a better user experience and indirectly boosts your site’s search engine performance.


Increase in Mobile Revenue

Magento 2 introduces a mobile-first design and includes the next-generation PWA Studio. Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), allowing eCommerce sites to feature an app-like interface. Such high compatibility with mobile devices means high conversion and revenue from mobile users.


Reduction in Store Downtime

Magento 2 resolved most of the issues that often caused Magento 1 stores to go offline during periods of peak traffic. Magento stores who have made the switch to the new versions report lower downtime, if any.


Reduction in Deployment and Maintenance Cost

Aside from offering more advanced functionalities than Magento 1, running Magento 2 allows store owners to save on deployment and maintenance costs. For instance, instead of running custom modules, Magento 2 offers in-built integrations and add-ons for literally any feature you want.


of Breached Magento Sites in the Past Were Running Outdated Software

While sticking to Magento 1.9 and older versions might seem cost-effective, they could as well have dire consequences. Magento no longer releases fixes for old software and related plugins, making it vulnerable to costly security breaches.


Compatibility with ERP Solutions

Unlike Magento 1, Magento 2 fully supports ERP solutions such as NetSuite, SAP, SAGE, Microsoft Dynamics, etc. Integrating these tools can boost productivity and lower operational costs to a large extent.

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Still Undecided About Moving to Magento 2?

Magento 2 opens the door to a new world of possibilities that Magento 1 users can only dream about. The recent release has numerous functionalities that can boost your site’s performance and offer an ultimately superior experience to customers.

Enjoy advanced admin controls, order and inventory tracking, mobile performance, faster checkouts, extensions, etc. Whether you’re a B2B or B2C eCommerce business, making the switch to Magento 2 is a no-brainer!

Is It Compulsory to Migrate to Magento 2?

Magento will not take your store offline to run Magento 1.9. However, the company ended support for the older version in June 2020.

Clients using the older version will no longer get fixes for security vulnerabilities or plugin errors.There will also be no guidance for any errors while setting up or managing Magento 1 stores, making it completely unsafe to continue using them.

On the other hand, migrating to Magento 2 unlocks a new world of possibilities for your eCommerce store.

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Data Migration

We use a dedicated Magento migration tool to move vital site information in incremental steps to your new Magento 2 site. This approach reduces downtime to the barest minimum during the entire process.

Design Migration

You can choose whether to retain your site’s existing design or use the opportunity to upgrade the design. Whichever way, the final result will be an eCommerce website that users will love to browse.

Layout Transfer

As part of the design process, you can choose whether or not to retain the layout on your Magento 1 website. Our developers can easily engineer a switch or design an entirely new layout.

Custom Functionalities

If your website relies on functionalities integrated as native Magento 1 source code, we can rewrite and adapt these solutions to be compatible with Magento 2.

SEO Migration

The move to Magento 2 is so seamless that it won’t affect your search engine rankings. Our developers will migrate all SEO data from Magento 1, and even offer additional insights to improve your rankings.

Magento 2 Testing

Before launching your Magento 2 store on a live server, we complete a final test to ensure that all functions are working properly. This way, you can be sure that users will not experience any glitches post-migration.

Frequently asked questions

No. Our approach to data migration has been tested with many eCommerce sites and guarantees that no valuable data is lost during the process.

Not at all. Instead, it will give you a chance to tap into the numerous advanced functionalities available in Magento 2.

The cost would usually depend on the size of your website and the resources to be migrated. Contact us using one of the options available on this page, and a member of our team will be in touch to review your store and provide an estimated cost.

No. Although Magento ended support for Magento 1.9 in June 2020, site owners can still decide when to migrate. However, the risks of not migrating are too many, and a reason why most eCommerce sites have already made the switch.

Reach out to us using one of the options available on this page. A Magento migration expert from our team will be in touch to review your store. Following consultations, we will provide a roadmap and timeline for the migration.

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