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Why migrate your Magento 1 store to Magento 2?
Migration to Magento 2 is a complicated process that should be implemented carefully. However, it’s worth it. Here are a few reasons why:
Magento 2’s frontend performance is about 50% faster overall, with checkout being 38% faster.
Enhance admin interface
Magento 2 is many times more user-friendly for both techies and non-techies.
Upgrade security features
Magento 2 has strengthened its password management, two-factor verification, and backup plan.
Get M2 guaranteed support & updates
Support for Magento 1 ended on June 30, 2020, which means no security or feature updates to it.
Minimize conflicts with extensions
Magento 2 has a much lower risk of incompatibility if you install several extensions from different vendors.
Magento 1 doesn’t function well on mobile devices, while Magento 2 places a premium on mobile commerce.
What do statistics say about M2?
According to experts, Magento 2 can enable:
faster customer checkout response times
more orders per hour
faster guest checkout response times
faster add-to-cart times
How does the Magento migration service work?
Why choose Mageplaza for Magento 2 migration service?
Certified Magento developers
Get professional Magento migration service from certified developers, eliminating any chances of errors.
No data loss
Transferring your store data from the older version to the latest one is part and parcel of the service.
During the Magento migration process, we ensure that you experience zero downtime, because we know time is money.
You can always expect reliable Magento migration with the latest security patches installed.
Quick turnaround time
With a well-established methodology, we promise to migrate in the shortest possible time and save your budget.
We give 60-day support after our Magento migration service. We want to make sure that you’re totally satisfied with the results.
Our store structure is quite complicated, so I required help from experts to migrate to Magento 2. The Mageplaza team didn’t disappoint us, they even exceeded our expectations. Thanks a lot!
My average order value has increased by 26% since I used the Mageplaza migration service. Their developers made the task easy, errorless, and effective.
Big thanks to the Mageplaza team. I asked for support many times but they provided it without hesitation. Awesome!
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Magento 2 is much better than Magento 1 in aspects like performance, admin interface, security, support, and more. Besides, modern customers demand advanced features for customer experience, payments, and delivery. These are possible only with Magento 2. That’s why you need to migrate to the latest Magento version.
Support for Magento 1 ended on June 30. If you don’t migrate to Magento 2 now, your site is vulnerable to data breaches, spam attacks, and it affects your site performance as well. Plus, you’re no longer eligible for PCI Compliance, which is a must for most payment services. With more and more businesses adopting Magento 2 technology, you won’t get the required support for your Magento 1 store.
It depends on the unique requirements of your migration project. We suggest you call us or book a free consultation, and our specialists will get back to you soon.
We can ensure that your SEO rankings remain unaffected with proper SEO-specific precautions. Before migrating, we’ll inspect your SEO section, wherein we understand the current state, plan, and executive to sustain your ratings.
No. Your site performance won’t get affected. As a matter of fact, the performance should improve due to an improved M2 platform.
Yes. Some will be taken care of when you migrate the individual extension from M1 to M2, assuming version 2.0 for the same extension is available. If you replace the old extension with a new one or plan to use a built-in Magento 2.0 feature instead, it might require some manual effort. Either way, it’s possible to migrate.
We’ll study each integration and see how it’ll perform on Magento 2. Each integration will go through rigorous testing to ensure they’re good for go-live.