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eCommerce is a growing revenue streams for B2C, B2B, B2B2C, and even D2C companies alike in the southwest. Therefore, now is the time to focus on your end-to-end strategy and plan.

Whether the need is for a completely new build or just for maintenance and support, Weidenhammer is here to help. We have a fully certified staff of expert developers, architects, and designers to assist with every stage of an ecommerce project. In addition, we have an offices and team members located in the southwest, along with other offices around the country. This means we have resources on hand and local.

Take a deeper dive into our solution: Weidenhammer eCommerce Solutions

Magento End of Life

Are you aware that in June of 2020 Magento will stop all support for Magento Commerce 1 and Magento Opensource 1. This end of support means that all security patches and quality software fixes will end. Can you afford to allow security breaches to your ecommerce site?

This is not news to the Magento Community. In fact the announcement was made in 2018, a solid 2 years before the end of support will happen. However, many merchants in the southwest area have either put off the migration because they are evaluating their options or are trying to figure out how to afford this. Weidenhammer can help. We have an amazing consultative team that can assist you in assessing your environment and developing a roadmap that works with your initiatives. We also have great services and packages to help you find affordable paths.

Magento Starter Home

Weidenhammer also offers a bundled package to help ecommerce focused companies start or migrate to the Magento 2 platform at an affordable and time efficient cost. This package focus in three main areas; Design and Development, Extensions, and Training and Support.

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