APPSeCONNECT recently exhibited as a Silver Sponsor at Meet Magento Croatia 2017 which was held for the first time in Osijek. Aimed at the expansion of Magento eCommerce platform and knowledge & networking opportunities to a great extent, the event was quite successful. It was a two-day event held from March 17th-18th.
Magento has always proved its mantle in the battlefield of ecommerce, providing the best features in its services and products. Now with the launch of its new platform Magento 2, a debate about adopting it as the superior ecommerce solution has taken the podium. The primary question that is holding back the Magento 1x community is simple, why move to new one when we can do fine where we are?
It’s been more than a year now since the Magento 2 series got launched. The GA version of Magento 2 launched in November 2015. Magento will most likely quit supporting the 1.x Enterprise Editions in November 2018. Though many existing users of Magento’s 1.x series has upgraded, a majority of the user community is yet to upgrade. People who have invested in getting a new store built in 2015 will not prefer upgrading because upgradation to Magento 2 means a lot of rework from scratch.
Inventory management is a very important part of any ecommerce business. Magento as an ecommerce platform has a very capable inventory management functionality. That one feature which doesn’t come in the out of the box and is often required by mid to enterprise level organizations is multi-warehouse/location inventory management.
ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning, is a business process management software which allows an organization (small scale, medium scale or enterprise level) to use integrated application based system to manage the online business properly and automate many back office functions which actually have a perfect co-relation with services, human resources, technologies etc.
The availability of so many extensions has always set Magento apart from other platforms. There are extensions for almost any requirement you might have in your head. Magento had its own dedicated store for extensions Magento Connect. But then Magento 2.0 released in November 2015 and the extensions listed in the connect store were no more compatible with the new series of Magento.
This article is for the eCommerce merchants who are now jaded with their current hosting. You may have various reasons for this move, whatever your reasons are I believe that have reached the peak for you to leap. Now the question lies how will you do it? I am here to provide you with a solution to make it easy and smooth for you. Let’s get started!