Are Your Resources Ready for an Enterprise Solution?

Magento’s core business is medium to large enterprises. They offer a free edition for small businesses to experiment, but the framework is challenging to learn.

There’s a beginner-friendly alternative, built on WordPress, that’s robust, flexible, scalable, and known worldwide for ease-of-use. Whatever your budget and skill level: try WooCommerce.

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What to Expect From WooCommerce

Easier to Master and Maintain

Magento is open source, like WooCommerce, but is harder to learn. Developers and managers typically need training to build and maintain stores.

Whether you’re launching a complex eCommerce solution, building stores for clients, or bootstrapping a side project: learn WooCommerce as you go.

A graph displaying the steep learning curve of Magento in relation to WooCommerce.

Costs Won’t Skyrocket When You Succeed

WooCommerce can be kept basic, or scaled into a robust and customized solution, but no matter what volumes you reach: WooCommerce has no volume-based fees.

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Bring Your Data With You

It’s easy to export your Magento catalog and import your products, orders, customers, categories, reviews, and more into WooCommerce – no matter how large your existing store, WooCommerce is flexible, so you can build a solution for today that will scale.

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WooCommerce Reviews from

“We had used Magento for our store, but the store manager found it overly complex for our needs. We decided to switch to WordPress and WooCommerce and we haven’t looked back. The store manager can do everything they need to, and they do it more efficiently because the store is now better laid out and far easier to navigate.”
“I use WooCommerce a lot and what I like most is the flexibility and extensibility that makes it really powerful almost without limit. In the long run if you’re serious about eCommerce then Woo is still the most flexible and extensible platform I’ve used. It keeps being my number one choice of when it comes to selling online.”
“After spending two days trying to install Magento 2 on my dedicated server, I reassessed my life, and tried WooCommerce. In an afternoon I have a Vagrant/WordPress/WooCommerce site running with demo products, and sandbox payment gateways. Having used Magento 1.9 previously, WooCommerce has everything that we used to have and more, and is many times easier to develop with.”