Magento Migration

Why should you migrate to Magento 2 now?

1. Magento has stated that it will end its support for Magento 1 in June 2020. After June 2020, by using a Magento version that’s no longer supported by Magento, your store might violate PCI compliance.

2. The second but compulsive reason for Magento 2 upgrade is agency bottleneck. About 1,80,000 eCommerce stores running on Magento 1 have got only 350+ Magento agencies to perform the migration.

3. If Magento upgrade is delayed, security vulnerabilities and lack of feature updates might also slow down performance and affect the credibility of your store in the future.

Magento 2 Features

Highly Scalable and Effortless Checkout

Magento 2 has a highly scalable yet simple checkout. After Magento 2 migration, you can process 50,000+ orders per hour. The entire checkout process is simplified to just 2 steps and gets even better with automatic email recognition, streamlined guest user checkout and more.

Built for Blistering Page Speeds

Magento 2 contributes for faster page loading speed of product, category and home page. The improved standalone database and built-in systems like Full Page Cache, Varnish Cache and AJAX precompilation lead to faster page loading and ability to accommodate more page views and orders. (Read blog: PERFORMANCE BENEFITS)

Backend Personalization and Insights

Get to know key business intelligence like order history, frequently searched and most viewed products, average order value, new customers and more in a single view. Personalize admin panel for each user to perform individual tasks faster with easy-to-use drag and drop options.

3rd party integrations made easy

After the Magento 2 upgrade, integrating with 3rd party tools for order management, product information management and systems like CRM and ERP is a breeze. Improve your management prowess by bringing in added capabilities through 3rd party system integration.

Faster Version and Security Upgrades

Keep evolving on the run and with minimal efforts as with Magento 2, installing patches and Magento upgrades is easy. Your Magento 2 store can upgrade to new versions, stay secured and leverage on latest features of Magento 2 by installing frequently rolled out Magento upgrades easily.

Personalize Customer Experience

Implement your customer experience personalization strategies right away with Magento 2. After Magento upgrade, your efforts to up-sell, cross-sell, provide personalized discounts and payment methods will be a breeze. Start converting better by personalizing contents for your customers. (Read blog: Magento 2 migration costs)

Easy evaluation pointers to hire Magento developers

Magento certification

Hiring a developer with Magento certification is a great advantage for a developer because it ensures strict adherence to best practices, the know-how of features and functionalities of the CMS platform.

Projects exposure

Developers who have worked on challenging projects including Magento migration with tight deadlines must have gathered great insights and expertise. They must be fully aware of feature-differences between Magento versions like Enterprise, Community and how to use them extensively.

Industry relevance

Go through the websites in the developer’s portfolio and check if it is relevant to your industry. The more relevant the developer’s experience to your industry, the less will be the turnaround time to understand and implement the requirements and have easy workarounds to tough challenges.

Our Magento Expertise In Numbers

We’re a team of technologists who have demonstrated expertise in delivering flawless Magento services on time with zero-bug quality.


Magento Sprint Releases


Magento Consultants


Hours of Development Experience


Third Party Systems Integrated


Increase in Magento Site Performance


Critical Defect Containment


Frequently asked questions

Will my SEO rankings get affected after Magento 2 migration?

With proper SEO-specific precautions, we can ensure that your SEO rankings remain unaffected.

What will happen to my data when Magento 2 migration happens?

All your data will be migrated to Magento 2 website. Magento officially provides a ‘Data Migration Tool’ using which developers can migrate your eCommerce store’s data from Magento 1 to 2.

Will Magento 2 migration affect site performance?

No, site performance will not get affected in a Magento 2 migration operation. Whether you are hosting the Magento 2 site on a new server or retaining the old server, the performance will remain the same. However, depending on the available resources in the server, the performance may vary.

How to migrate multiple websites to one Magento site after migration?

If your current Magento store has a main website and a subdomain, you can combine them into one during Magento migration from 1.x to 2.x. This can be done by creating a new brand or category within the main Magento 2 website to showcase all the details of the subdomain.

Note: Merging the product IDs of both the website and subdomain in Magento 1.x (before migration) will ensure there is no duplication in your Magento 2.x website.

Can you migrate extension data from Magento 1 to Magento 2?

If your extensions in Magento 1 have replacements in Magento 2, migrating extension data is easy. However, for certain extensions not supported by Magento Data Migration Tool, after installing their alternatives in Magento 2, developers have to individually migrate the extension data.


With proper SEO-specific precautions, we can ensure that your SEO rankings remain unaffected.
Calculating an accurate budget for Magento 2 migration is challenging because we need to consider various factors like Magento Licence fee, Magento Commerce cost, Data import requirements, theme building, integration of 3rd party extensions and other customizations involved in the process. We have collated all these factors and have a guide to help arrive at a close-to-accurate budget in this blog – Magento 2 migration costs

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