Web store owners often worry about serving their customers with personalized and custom solutions. Moreover, it is equally worrisome for e-commerce providers to find out their customers are browsing their products and leaving their cart empty.
“According to Baymard Institute, an independent web usability research institute, the average online shopping cart abandonment rate is 69.57%.”
Regularly updating your web store gives you a benefit to overcome such challenges. Hence, if your e-commerce website is built using Magento, it is essential to upgrade to Magento 2. Moreover, Magento 1 support ends in June 2020 and security patches or new features won’t be available on Magento 1. So, if you want to leverage new and enhanced features for your web store, you must consider migrating to Magento 2.
In this document, we have compiled a list of key points to take care of while making the move: