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How to Move From Woocommerce to Magento
Today, Magento and WordPress have emerged as two of the greatest
platforms for developing user-friendly and competitive E-Commerce portals.
Although there might be a striking contrast between the two platforms, they
share similar traits when it comes to customization and customer-centric
So, Why Opt For Magento E-Commerce Development?
For SMEs, WordPress Woocommerce can prove to be a perfect solution.
However, for major brands and larger organizations, Magento provides a
wide range of functionalities which make E-Commerce management
Multi-vendor store creation is always a cause of concern with WordPress
web development which is not the case with Magento. Since Magento has
been programmed exclusively for E-Commerce development and
optimization, the platform seamlessly handles heavy data and makes
customization possible within a few mouse clicks.
Unlike the case with WordPress Woocommerce, your store is not restricted
to the number of a vendor if you choose Magento. Therefore, for featuring
multiple vendors, Magento is an ideal choice for E-Commerce development.
How to Move From Woocommerce to Magento?
The process of migration demands a systematic approach and thorough
understanding of both the platforms. The process can be divided into
different phases, which are mentioned as follows:
Create A Backup
Before the Magento E-Commerce development is initiated, the
developers need to safeguard the data. All the products information, as well
as the client’s data, should be saved in the backup folder first. This will
help you to avoid losing any important details while you switch the
platforms. You can either store the data on cloud or on a local machine.
Migration Of Products
Once the backup has been successfully created, it is time to develop the
similar design aesthetics on Magento. Here a developer places the radio
buttons, graphical elements, attributes, product descriptions, and all other
aspects the same way as on the WordPress template.
Migration Of Customer Details
This is a crucial phase where a developer has to carefully transfer the
customer information such as name, contact details, user id, passwords,
billing address, shipping address, order details, payment history and so on.
Use the right encryption technique to ensure that it is done in a secured
Migration Of Vendor Details
After the customer details have been moved, it is time to transfer the details
of the vendors. In this, the vendor product details, as well as the transaction
details, are migrated which includes the order number, order status, order
details and likewise. Moreover, the URL transfer also takes place in this very
step. The redirects are also mentioned in the .ht access file to prevent any
conflicts such as the 404 errors.
Migration Of Payment Gateways
The final step after the migration of the customer data and the vendor data
is the transfer of integrated payment gateways. Given the fact that the
Magento platform is compatible with a number of payment gateways, this is
will be an easy step to proceed with.