Have you upgraded your store from Magento 1 to Magento 2 yet ? if not then we are here to help you out with faster and easier solutions. Let’s have a brief idea about Magento 2 and why to migrate in Magento 2 from Magento 1.
Magento 2 is a stellar e-commerce platform released in 2015 by Adobe, an advanced or updated version of Magento 1. Magento 2 has improved performance and scalability accompanying improved indexer which helps to increase responsive query speed and also boosts server response time for all web activities. Magento 2 has advanced in security features quite prominently by providing features like 2-factor authentication extension, Unique Admin URL , Password protection and backup plan. It has also added advanced reporting features which are real time integrated and provides insight into critical areas of market which are Orders, best selling Products and inventory updates, Number of registered accounts as customer base. Major extensions available in Magento 2 are customer segmentation, abandoned cart notification and search engine optimization suite. This will lead to an omni channel experience for front as well as end users. Magento 2 comes with fairly strong array of inventory management features which are out-of-the -box. For example you can offer your customers different product variations, Plus magento’s interface enables you to manage your inventory in a single location and to add a whole range of features through their custom extensions. You can also take advantage of API centered framework of Magento 2 to integrate with any third party tool in the market or any inventory management tool, you can also integrate your inventory with your current enterprise system which allows you to share your inventory status with different internal departments i.e. finance, purchasing, marketing and accounting. Magento 2 also has a range of free and premium responsive themes. The new drag and drop feature enables you to customise the layout of your website more efficiently, which is easy to use for non coders.
Eventually , every Magento 1 user have to either migrate to Magento 2 or replatform completely, as it was announced that Magento would not be providing support for Magento1 after june 2020.
As Adobe plans to integrate Magento 2 into Adobe Experience Cloud(Adobe’s Enterprise CMS platform). As an open source platform, Magento gives users the ability to customise the code in any way they like, thus replatforming completely is tedious and frustrating task making migration best of options available. Magento 2 is available in two distinct platforms, magento open source and Magento Commerce with availability as both on-premise or cloud station.