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How to upgrade Prestashop 1.3 to 1.6

25 August 2016 - 07:38 AM

LitExtension researched and found out the Prestashop to Prestashop migration tool which is the most workable solution to migrate Prestashop to Prestashop successfully. Online business owners are advised to upgrade to the latest version for more benefits. Below is clear guidance to upgrade Prestashop 1.3 to 1.6:

  1. Copy Connector to Prestashop 1.3
  2. Install migration tool on Prestashop 1.6
  3. Select data to migrate
  4. Perform directly migration from Prestashop 1.3 to 1.6

 

These steps are quite easy to follow and bring effectiveness. Bugs hardly happens because migration process is definitely automatic. Data can be migrated successfully and fully:

 

1. PRODUCTS
  • SKU, Product Name, Description, URL*, Quantity, Stock Status, Model, Weight ...
  • Base Image, Additional Images
  • Base Price, Special Price
  • Assign to Product Categories
  • Attributes (Color, Size ...)
  • Options (Size; Weight, Color ...)
  • Extra Fields ( Checkboxes, Dropdownlist, Radiobuttons)
  • Variants: can be grouped with related variants together to form a product 
  • Meta Title, Meta Description, Meta Keywords
  • Currencies
2. PRODUCT CATEGORIES
  • URL*, Name, Description, Base Image, Additional Images
3. CUSTOMERS
  • CustomerID, Username, First Name, Last Name, Email, DOB, Address ...
  • Customer Password
  • Customer Groups: Preserve relationships with their groups
4. ORDERS
  • OrderID, Order products, Product price, Quantity, Order date, Status, Discount price ...
5. SEO URLs 
  • Migrate Products and Categories SEO URLs
  • Migrate 301 SEO URLs of categories and products
6. CUSTOM FIELDS *
  • Custom fields of Products, Categories, Customers and Orders
7. REVIEWS
  • Customers Name, Rating, Review, Status ...
8. TAXES
  • Tax rules, Tax rates, Product tax classes ...
9. MANUFACTURERS
 
10. MULTI-STORE 
 
11. MULTI-LANGUAGE
 
You can feel free to try our demo version to get more experiences before deciding to choose us for your Prestashop upgrade 1.3 to 1.6. Contact us for more information.

Safe way to convert X-Cart to Prestashop

15 August 2016 - 03:37 AM

Researchers of Litextension team always find out the best way for migration from X-Cart to Prestashop. And below is the guide to help eCommerce merchants to move XCart to Prestashop in some minutes:

 

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1. Copy Connector to X-Cart

2. Install migration tool on Prestashop

3. Select data to migrate

4. Perform migration directly from X Cart to Prestashop

 

Don't worry about data migration, because all essential ones can be transferred successfully:

 

1. PRODUCTS
  • SKU, Product Name, Description, URL*, Quantity, Stock Status, Model, Weight ...
  • Base Image, Additional Images
  • Base Price, Special Price
  • Assign to Product Categories
  • Attributes (Color, Size ...)
  • Options (Size; Weight, Color ...)
  • Extra Fields ( Checkboxes, Dropdownlist, Radiobuttons)
  • Variants: can be grouped with related variants together to form a product 
  • Meta Title, Meta Description, Meta Keywords
  • Currencies
2. PRODUCT CATEGORIES
  • URL*, Name, Description, Base Image, Additional Images
3. CUSTOMERS
  • CustomerID, Username, First Name, Last Name, Email, DOB, Address ...
  • Customer Password*
  • Customer Groups: Preserve relationships with their groups
4. ORDERS
  • OrderID, Order products, Product price, Quantity, Order date, Status, Discount price ...
5. SEO URLs 
  • Migrate Products and Categories SEO URLs
  • Migrate 301 SEO URLs of categories and products
6. CUSTOM FIELDS 
  • Custom fields of Products, Categories, Customers and Orders
7. REVIEWS
  • Customers Name, Rating, Review, Status ...
8. TAXES
  • Tax rules, Tax rates, Product tax classes ...
9. MANUFACTURERS
  • Name, Description, Images
10. MULTI-STORE 
11. MULTI-LANGUAGE
 

How to migrate from Magento to Prestashop automatically

25 July 2016 - 10:29 AM

Magento even though the leading platform in marketplace, there are some weak points such as difficulty to use, cost for supporting, etc. Meanwhile, Prestashop can meet almost users' demands in these aspects. Below is how to export Magento to Prestashop with Magento to Prestashop migration tool:

 

1. Copy connector to Magento

2. Install migration tool on Prestashop

3. Select data to migrate

4. Perform migration directly from Magento to Prestashop

 

That's all for migration process. You can find out more at User guide

 

 

Which data can be migrated from Magento to Prestashop?

  • PRODUCTS
SKU, Product Name, Description, URL*, Quantity, Stock Status, Model, Weight ...
Base Image, Additional Images
Base Price, Special Price
Assign to Product Categories
Attributes (Color, Size ...)
Options (Size; Weight, Color ...)
Extra Fields ( Checkboxes, Dropdownlist, Radiobuttons)
Variants: can be grouped with related variants together to form a product 
Meta Title, Meta Description, Meta Keywords
Currencies
  • PRODUCT CATEGORIES
URL*, Name, Description, Base Image, Additional Images
  • CUSTOMERS
CustomerID, Username, First Name, Last Name, Email, DOB, Address ...
Customer Password*
Customer Groups: Preserve relationships with their groups
  • ORDERS
OrderID, Order products, Product price, Quantity, Order date, Status, Discount price ...
  • SEO URLs *
Migrate Products and Categories SEO URLs
Migrate 301 SEO URLs of categories and products
  • CUSTOM FIELDS *
Custom fields of Products, Categories, Customers and Orders
  • REVIEWS
Customers Name, Rating, Review, Status ...
  • TAXES
Tax rules, Tax rates, Product tax classes ...
  • MANUFACTURERS
Name, Description, Images
  • MULTI-STORE *
Yes
  • MULTI-LANGUAGE
Yes
 
Why choose Litextension for Magento to Prestashop migration?
 
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Contact to Litextension team for more support.

Shopify vs. Magento: Choose the best for your shopping cart.

01 July 2016 - 07:07 AM

Both Magento and Shopify are leading e-commerce website in current years. Each of them is used for different business targets. However, as many experts pointed out, Magento wins in some aspects, which can help online owners and developers to make the right choice. 
 
*Costs:
- Setup fees 
Although charging no fees for setup, Shopify indeed supports a 14-day free trial for web developers and store owners to test the functionalities and features. Meanwhile, Magento is totally free to install and use. 
- Monthly fees 
Shopify offers four different plans with monthly fees ranging from $14 to $179 as follows:
• Starter Plan : $ 14
• Basic Plan : $ 29
• Professional Plan : $79
• Unlimited Plan : $179
With Magento, you’ll have to provide your own hosting, which is available at monthly costs ranging anywhere from $5 to 100s of dollars.
 
*Product features 
Because Magento started out as an open-source web application, it’s more flexible when it comes to customization. There are three things Magento is better at than Shopify: offering your store in multiple languages, providing discount codes and integrating with Ebay. With the more expensive Magento plans, you get the ability to offer your store to users in a several different languages; Shopify does not, at time of writing, currently permit this ‘out of the box’. As for discount codes, both Shopify and Magento offer them, but in the case of Shopify, only on the more expensive plans (Magento offers them as standard). Finally, Magento integrates extremely well with Ebay– you can manage both your Ebay store and your Magento Go store using one control panel.
 
*Marketing:
Magento provides powerful SEO features like SEO friendly URLs, meta info, a Google sitemap and a handy Google Content API for expanding on your SEO customization. Both solutions can integrate with Google Analytics.
Furthermore, Magento supports great deal of built-in promotion options, since you receive features for upselling, promotional pricing, flexible coupons, related products, free shipping, product bundling and more. This feature helps online store owners a lot to push sales quickly with more conversions.
 
Choose Shopify or Magento depends totally on your demands. However, as you can see the experts' recommendation, Magento may give you more chances to improve your business efficiently. If you are owning a Shopify store and intend to transfer data to Magento, you can find out LitExtension service: Shopify to Magento migration tool.


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In contrast, if you feel your current Magento store bring unexpected profits, use Magento to Shopify migration tool to change your online store.

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Contact LitExtension team for more support http://litextension.....com/contacts/ 


Woocommerce & Vend POS Integration

29 June 2016 - 05:25 AM

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WooCommerce offers an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It was designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. This Plugin became famous thanks to its simplicity to customize, install, and free base product.

 

WooCommerce has gained significant popularity as the base product, in addition to all the plugins and extensions, is a free and open source. Also, there are numerous paid add-ons options at fixed prices.

 

Vend is retail POS software, inventory management, ecommerce and customer loyalty for iPad, mac and PC. Easily manage and grow your business in the cloud.

 

Comparison: WooCommerce v/s Vend POS system

Let’s take a look at the features of Vend and WooCommerce.

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Woocommerce Vend Integration

 

Considering you are now having a great Woocommerce store, and want to expand your business to sell via a POS system as an omni-channel, thats where you will need Vend.

Now the question is how can you do that? Fortunately, we have the answer. Woocommerce Vend Integration Plugin helps you connect and synchronise data between your Woocommerce webstore and your Vend POS.

http://litextension....tegration.html 

How It Works

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This Wordpress Plugin connects your Woocommerce and Vend store, keep them in sync and helps you manage multiple sales channels easier

Synchronization of Data

 

1.     Products: product name, description, price, status, images, inventory

2.     Customers: customer name, email

3.     Orders: order items, order status, order payment

For more details of installation and user guide, please visit:

http://litextension....gration-guide/ 

In case you have any questions please let us know at http://litextension.com/contacts/


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