No Support to Magento Go and ProStores

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  • Recently Magento has announced that it would no longer support Magento Go and ProStores platforms from February 1, 2015 has come as a shock to 10000 odd online store owners. With the status of Magento many vendors have come up with an array of offers – most notably BigCommerce with a free transition offer. But there are different needs for all which rises plenty of questions.
  • As Magento Community Edition is a popular choice the question rises with where to migrate. While , there are many options including custom platforms, depending on usage and budget. Maintenance costs should also be focused along with one-time transition cost.
  • Magento announced the release of its next-generation digital commerce platform, Magento 2.0, at MagentoLive Australia. Vice President of Digital Commerce Products, Paul Boisvert, was a keynote speaker at the event and shared an overview of the Magento Commerce portfolio, which now includes digital commerce and cloud-based omnichannel solutions. He also provided a detailed review of Magento 2.0, how it benefits both merchants and developers, and a preview of future roadmap themes.
  • Start your migration process now. Reach out to us at sales@veltrod.in

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