Migrate from Magento Go to Magento Community with Openxcell
With the recent declaration made by eBay enterprise of shutting down Magento Go on February 1, 2015, online enterprises that are currently running on Magento Go will have to consider transferring to another hosted services.
Openxcell is offering to quickly re-launch the online enterprises through a smooth transition of all the data to a Magento Community platform.
With regard to the reason behind this major decision of closing Magento Go, Magento marketing head Craig Peasley stated, “The company is making these cuts to focus on the two Magento ecommerce software products that are having success. Its Magento Enterprise and Community Edition offerings, which target bigger and/or more sophisticated online sellers than Magento Go and ProStores did.”
“In this quest of choosing and changing over to a better platform, it is evident that potential online enterprises will be closely prioritising ease in transformation, and Openxcell is determined to offer a smooth going process for merchants who are planning to shift to Magento Community pertaining to better future prospects.” Says Jayneel Patel, the CEO of Openxcell Technolabs. He further stated,”By availing the shift to Magento Community through openxcell’s migration service, online merchants can expect high level of customization in designing and coding, which certainly did not fall in place with the Magento Go platform.”
Along with the benefits of custom magento development, there are numerous other aspects that will come in as added advantages. Magento Community is known for developing a large number of added extensions, both free and paid, which would allow the potential merchants to avail critical extensions for Payment and Shipping that would ease out the following functionalities. Online enterprises will be able to host without any limitations on the Magento Community platform, which in a way would best meet their expectations and requirements altogether. Merchants would also be able to acquire unlimited space in the server and bandwidth. Moreover, Magento EC will only demand a one time development cost, which would widely simplify the hosting process.