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This software is FANTASTIC

Reviewed 6 years ago

Magento has one of the most extensive features lists you will ever find in terms of ecommerce software. Though it's not easy to use at all. Magento is a great platform for a shop that you know will do well. If you're an ultra-small business making your first move into e-commerce, there may well be less heavyweight solutions that can do the job. But if you are getting big, you would love to have it...

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Very trustworthy Magento 2

Reviewed 3 years ago

Making a store for your business is always please while working with Mangento. 2.x brings a lots of security and amaze things.

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Customization can be done to any extent. Moreover there are extensions available for everything.

Cons

Changing the whole strucute from 1.x to 2.x was bit irritated but now since it is going smoothly, I am good with it.

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Very nice! I love it!

Reviewed 6 years ago

Magento falls in the category of people with professional web development experience, and although intermediate level developers can most definitely handle Magento, it's generally implemented by medium to large e-commerce sites with some cash to spend on a web person or department. That said, keep reading to learn more about what Magento can offer you. Magento has one of the most extensive features...

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Popular CMS with great features

Reviewed 4 years ago
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Magento has great feature and allows adding products with diversified options, It can handle large number of products, orders & customers, Overall great

Cons

Extensions / Plugin installation is a little complex process and need to hire some programmer which increases cost of Extensions / Plugin in Magento.

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Ok platform

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

Our current ecommerce website is a Magento site. It's somewhat easy to update products.

Cons

The site takes quite a bit of time to load/save at times.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Magento user

Reviewed 3 years ago
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All the tools inside the software for ecommerce.

Cons

For additional features you need extensions that are not suitable with every version of Magento.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Ton of features!

Reviewed 3 years ago

It's a good platform for e-commerce! Very easy to use and simple. However you need to pay more to get more advance features and upgrade it.

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- Easy to create and manage products and stocks - Easy to manage prices and discounts - Easy to monitor profits and COGS - There's a free access

Cons

- You should pay for more advance features

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We use Magento to run a mid-volume ecommerce business

Reviewed 5 years ago
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It's powerful and robust, with a solid mix of user-friendly CMS-based functionality and the capacity to expand and customize via code.

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All that flexibility can also make the product extremely unwieldy and difficult to maintain without establishing strict protocols and conducting extensive onboarding training

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Awesome ecommerce software

Reviewed 4 years ago
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The best ecommerce software on the web. By far the most versatile.

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Need to be technically proficient to use Magento as it can be complex.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Free community edition is powerful

Reviewed 3 years ago

We can take products from our inventory unless them for sale very efficiently. It is easy to customize and present different payment options.

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This is extremely customizable and lets you build just about anything you want on top of your store. The front end is very modern and user-friendly.

Cons

This e-commerce engine is notorious for being difficult to maintain. Even with the free version, you end up spending a lot of money on developers and maintenance to keep things running properly.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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The most complex but best e-commerce platform for large orginisations

Reviewed 3 years ago
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Files and folders format, the best system for SEO and for expanding new categories. So many tools and resources that you can do almost anything

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Very complex, does take a while to get used to. A long time to get everything setup initially, however once it is, everything runs smoothly and it makes future tasks a lot easier. No other cons, it's everything you could need in an ecommerce CMS along as you are tech savy and understand folders and page value.

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Built our commerce engine on Magento

Reviewed 4 years ago

Good

Pros

> depth in functionality > Total cost of ownership

Cons

> Relatively difficult to implement > Future not sure as its with Adobe now

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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System for creating websites

Reviewed 3 years ago
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The company manages several online stores - all of them are created in CMS Magento, and edited there. A very convenient system for this: prices and discounts are configured here. Moreover, several stores are managed from one center - the administrative panel.

Cons

However, the design and addition of certain payment systems in Magento can not be done - an additional group is allocated for this. The software is not friendly to the beginner: you have to understand a lot.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Secure Framework for work

Reviewed 3 years ago

It is good as i have used this software more than once.

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If you want security of your data then you need to use a framework and fortunately Magento is open source. You don't need to pay to use this software. All you need is php basic syntax and some coding skills and it will provides you security to your data and your structure of project will be organised. So if you are using this software you must use some framework.

Cons

It is specified to one language and it sometimes have crashing issue. It got crash sometimes unnecessary. Other than this it is a good framework to work with.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Great for an eCommerce

Reviewed 3 years ago

Perfect. Really nice solution for your ecommerce. Recommended for high volume ecommerce websites.

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By far the best solution for enabling your ecommerce. Best option is to use community version and hire an agency to develop your own website.

Cons

Requires a Pro to support, update and develop

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The Ecommerce platform of our choice for projects

Reviewed 4 years ago
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- extremely customizable due to a multitude of plugins available (both paid and free, but paid ones are usually worth it) - comes in the enterprise as well as standard options (we usually use enterprise for our customers, because it offers even more customization and features) - convenient to use for developers - works great for large ecommerce stores

Cons

- might not be the easiest to understand if you are an average user and don't know anything about coding. - might not be a cost-effective option for smaller e-stores, because it's not free, but if you are planning to grow your business, Magento would provide ample ground for that.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Overall quite average CSM

Reviewed 3 years ago

I have many clients who use this CMS for their website.

Pros

My favorite aspect is the options available for the range of different sites especially ecommerce sites.

Cons

My least favorite thing is how difficult it is to change technical SEO functions compared to WooCommerce.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Powerful

Reviewed 3 years ago
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A powerful piece of software for the backend of your website. Extremely useful for e-commerce, makes the whole thing easier.

Cons

Can be a little confusing where things are. I think the number of menu items could be reduced without removing features.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Good Tool for Website Programming for Those Without Experience

Reviewed 3 years ago
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Easy to use point-and-click button setup for programming web page back end functionality. Can be as simple or complex as the user wants.

Cons

Some glitchiness to programming options, susceptible to hackers and "bots" subscribing to email notices.

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Great when it's working. Terrible when you face technical issues

Reviewed 4 years ago
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Open source and free for the community version make this a great platform for those on a budget that want lots of customization

Cons

For non-technical store owners, you'll face issues at some point that you won't be able to fix and will have to hire help.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Excellent CMS for large online stores

Reviewed 4 years ago
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Magento is a very popular CMS, but it's not worth it to develop small on-line stores. In other respects, the software complex allows you to make an Internet store of any complexity, and if necessary its functionality can be expanded with the help of modules.

Cons

The interface of this CMS is difficult to call simple and intuitive - for the first time the eyes all run. The second negative point is the high cost of maintaining the system.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Powerful and robust, but quite expensive and hard to setup

Reviewed 3 years ago
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The most powerful eCommerce platform out there. The amount of features that are beyond a simple e-shop was the reason we chose to implement the eCommerce solution for our client using Magento. The platform gives you a shopping cart and eShop that is connected to most of the major payment options (you still need to do some basic operations to connect payment gateways and get the proper codes). From there, you will also be able to implement for analytics, advertising solutions. We managed through one workshop to educate our client on how to use the backend and they managed to cruise through 6 months with only a few calls and follow ups since then.

Cons

If you are looking for a simply click-to-setup and customize eCommerce platform then I advise you to use Shopify or other platforms. While Magento is easy to use, customizing it is quite hard and requires the help of web developers. The price change compared to what the reviews mentioned came at a surprise for us, but I am guessing they are now trying to target Medium to Large businesses instead of SMEs

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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There is support for adaptability

Reviewed 3 years ago
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I love CMS Magento for the fact that on this platform you do not need to manually develop design versions for different screen formats. The design on Magento automatically adjusts to the width, so it looks equally good on smartphones, computers and tablets.

Cons

CMS Magento works mainly on templates. There is no way to make a unique design. Because of this, all sites on this platform are very similar to each other.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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A good platform, but not everyone will find it useful

Reviewed 3 years ago
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My team and I created an online store. We had high demands in terms of quality. From friends we learned that it is most convenient to do an online store on CMS Magento, because there I can quickly connect payment services. In general, this turned out to be true. Unless with the connection PayPal had to torment.

Cons

CMS Magento is designed for large online stores. It has many functions and modules that help make a convenient service. But all this requires a lot of resources. We needed a terribly expensive hosting in order for the online website to withstand the load.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Need an e-commerce website? Look no further

Reviewed 4 years ago

Great e-commerce CMS allowing for orderly product, vendor and client management.

Pros

Very rich in extensions and features almost making it impossible for developers to fail to meet their client's project scopes and expectations. Given that the multi vendor features are setup perfectly and are functioning as desired it gives a very stable system.

Cons

Seems to be difficult and slow to run from the localhost as it requires a powerful server. I think this can be considered by the software developer team to allow for better a localhost environment to allow for better testing before live production.