Migration to Shopify or Shopify Plus
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The moment when you should change your current website is closer. That is a business rule: re-platforming is inevitable.
But you as a site owner have to go your long way towards this: understand that the current website is the limitation of your business and you are losing money with the old site. After that, you have to think about the new features which are missing.
Migrating to Shopify or Shopify Plus from another platform can be a complex process, but with the right approach, it can be done smoothly. Here are some general steps that can help guide you through the process:
Prepare your data
Before you begin the migration process, it is important to make sure that your data is clean and up-to-date. This includes making sure that all of your product information, customer data, and order history is accurate and complete.
Configure your new Shopify store
Before you begin the migration process, you'll need to set up your new Shopify store. This includes installing Shopify, configuring your store settings, and creating your product and customer data structures.
Customize your new store
After your data has been migrated, you'll need to customize your new Shopify store to match the look and feel of your old store. This includes creating custom themes, layouts, and configurations, as well as integrating any necessary third-party extensions.
Choose a migration tool
Shopify offers a variety of migration tools that can help you transfer your data from your current platform to Shopify. Some popular options include the Data Migration Tool, LitExtension, and Cart2Cart. It's important to choose a tool that is compatible with your current platform and that meets your specific needs.
Migrate your data
Once your new Shopify store is set up, you can begin the process of migrating your data. This includes transferring your product information, customer data, and order history from your current platform to Shopify. Make sure to test the data after migration to ensure that everything has been transferred correctly.
Test your new store
Before going live, it's important to thoroughly test your new Shopify store to make sure that everything is working correctly. This includes testing your store's functionality, performance, and security.
Once you've completed all of the above steps and your new store is fully tested, it's time to go live. This includes updating your DNS settings, redirecting your old store's URLs, and officially launching your new Shopify store.
In summary, Shopify migration process from another platform requires a good data preparation, a proper migration tool, configuring the new Shopify store, migrating the data, customizing the new store, testing and making sure everything is working correctly before going live. It's important to be patient and methodical during the process, and to seek help from experts if needed.
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How Do We Work
Introduction and kick-off meeting
We start from a discussion about the project: goals, scope and budget. We introduce the team and our past work
We collaborate with the customer to collect all related requirement for features, look-and-feel, integrations, performance and data security
Business Requirements Specification
We document all requirements and confirm them with the customer before the work starts
The technical architect creates the tech design and UI/UX designer — mockups
Agile project management
We create a backlog and provide the task tracking system.
Iterative Development and Testing
We do all development. The work can start from MVP or prototype. All tasks will be accepted by the tester
Deployment and UAT
We deploy all code on premise or on cloud. We set up website monitoring, logging and alerting
We provide after-launch managed support and maintenance