If you’re reading this, you’re probably aware that Magento 1 reaches end of life in June 2020 (https://magento.com/blog/magento-news/supporting-magento-1-through-june-2020). As if that wasn’t enough reason to upgrade, it also requires a currently unsupported version of PHP, unless you have installed specific patches which may break 3rd party extensions. This alone could make your site vulnerable to hackers and penalties can be severe.
Our consultants have been working with Magento 2 since it’s release and handled a wide variety of upgrade projects for a diverse range of clients. One thing that stood out as a common concern was understanding what was really involved in the upgrade and what impact it would have on their business.
We provide an in depth review of your existing codebase, configuration and usage to fully understand the way your ecommerce operation works at the moment. Then we provide a full independent report with our findings, recommendations, and considerations of suitability of Magento 2 versus alternatives like Shopify, BigCommerce and WooCommerce.
The first step is a free chat to answer your initial questions and find out a little more about you.