Is your eCommerce store ready for Black Friday and Christmas Sales?

Black Friday and Christmas are the two biggest days of the year. Although both days are known for the extended gratitude of merchants around the globe. Because research report shows that numerous online business brands doing a little more business during these holidays than non-holiday or other holiday months.

Researchers demonstrate that eCommerce holiday sales developed by near 4% in the previous year, and expected to increase 30% more income this year. So, keeping in mind the end goal, we’ve made a snappy “To Do” list for those who are in eCommerce, to enable them to increase their earning potential, and put them on fleek through these Black Friday and Christmas days 2017 as well!

Online Holiday Sales

Step 1 – Take a Glance at Your Site As a Customer

Before the huge shopping day arrives, take a gander at your site not as a business owner, but rather as a customer. Check the following things:

Is your content accessible?

Is it simple to navigate?

Will your site handle each one of those clicks?

And, most importantly, does your site look good on mobile, as well?

As these questions will help you not only focus on optimizing your website, but also make sure that your social media procedure echoes the content you need your clients to see, and generate a feeling of urgency to grab the attention of customers to make them shop more.

Step 2 – Create an Effective Advertising Campaigns

Try not to hold up until the last possible time! Just, begin getting the message out about your up and coming deals on both your social media and traditional media channels as quickly as time permits. Make sure to mention each and everything that is important to your customers like special offers, special products, delivery time and more.

In this regard, you can take a help of successful yet certified digital marketing team from Envision Ecommerce. As they help you:

Keep the site running – day in day out.

Adhere to the marketing strategy as well as goals.

Create a successful email or drip marketing campaign.

Entertain, inform, and inspire your audience by including popular content like phrases and keywords.

Optimize all of your Web pages and products.

Create an evocative visual content layout to keep your user engaged and give your site as well as social media profiles a cohesive look.


Step 3 – Custom-Made Product Pages


It’s a holiday month, so don’t hesitate to adorn! Decorate your product pages with some enhanced features, like one step checkout Magento Extension, to help your customers get in a buying mood.

According to a study by Baymard, 27% of US customers leave their shopping basket abandoned due to a “too long / complicated checkout process”. In other words, we can say that 1 out of every 4 online shoppers leave their cart abandoned due to the complexity of multiple page checkout process. (Source:

Reasons for abandonment

This is where a One Step Checkout Magento extension” simplifies a complex checkout process of your store. It allows your customers to see, fill and update each checkout detail on a single page. It smooths out customers’ buying experience and result in lower cart abandonment rate along with 2x times higher conversion rates.


Step 4 – Be Mobile


Having a mobile-friendly site is not only a good solution, but it’s a prerequisite. According to ComScore, “Mobile has exceeded desktop Internet usage.” Nowadays, it has been noticed that people would love to shop more via smart phones rather than a website.

According to Statista, the number of smartphone users across the globe will touch 2.32 billion by the end of year 2017 and reach up to 2.87 billion by the year 2020. And, it can be easily expected that more than 2 billion people will prefer certain types of mobile commerce transactions over the course of this year.

number of smartphone users

So make sure to keep your site mobile friendly or convert it into a mobile app to get closer to your business goals. If you are currently running a Magento store and you need a mobile app that represents your complete store on mobile, you don’t need to build your own mobile app from scratch as you can convert your existing Magento store into a mobile app using MageIonic (a readily built solution for both Android and iOS platforms. To know more about MageIonic, visit: Mageionic- Magento Mobile App


Step 5 – Make a Regular Back-up of your Site


Keeping a regular database backup of the site is crucial for all eCommerce owners. As it helps you recover your corrupted or deleted data in just a few clicks that you may lose due to IT infrastructure failure, security breach, hacking, etc. And, it is more likely to happen in the holiday seasons due to the massive footfall in the store or the unwanted hackers.

Store backup works as an insurance or lifeline. If you’re running a Magento store and your entire business depends on this store, then you should be aware that a wrong Magento site backup can corrupt or delete your entire important customer data. Thus, it is wise to rely on certified Magento developers to have a worry-free Magento site backup, especially during the holiday season.


Step 6 – Plan Your Content

Needless to say, Black Friday and Christmas holidays are the perfect time to build a solid relationship with your customers, and fetch a huge traffic towards your online store and increase sales volume. In order to do so, you have to create customer-centric, engaging, emotional, thought provoking and actionable content for your company’s blog, social media updates and website. Writing this type of content is not an easy job for a non-professional writer. If you are a non-professional writer and want a timeless content for your website or blogs, you can hire our inbound certified content writers.

Step 7 – Speed Up Your Website

Let your shoppers experience a hassle-free browsing experience at your store via instant page reloads and speedy checkout systems. Fast performing online store drives better sales and also helps in acquiring high search engine rankings.

Utilizing Magento website optimization services for your eCommerce store is an ideal way to make your store out-perform in every aspect including conversion rates, traffic, speed, and most importantly ROI. Though optimizing and speeding up your existing eCommerce website with a professional configuration can be of tremendous help. In regard of this, you can lend a helping hand from Envision’s Magento certified developers who will support you with Magento site optimization services and render you with the maximum results for your business.


Get Set and Go Ready!

Now you have 7 effective eCommerce holiday marketing tips. Just utilize them to make your store ready for Black Friday and Christmas Sales. In this regard, you can take help from an experienced yet certified web development team of Envision Ecommerce, who will help you generate bespoke business solutions for not only the holidays but also throughout the time to put your brand name in front of your rivals. To know more about our services, feel free to contact us at  [email protected].

Happy 10th Birthday Magento!

10 years ago today the world’s fastest growing source of ecommerce platform – Magento launched.

However, the most superior and robust open-source e-commerce platform has gone through a heap of momentum since its 1st public beta version, which was officially started development in August 31, 2007. Magento has dependably been termed as a strong eCommerce solution offering a complete flexibility as well as control to merchants over their e-store.

Magento Sharing in Ecommerce

Latterly, Roy Rubin, former CEO of Varien – where the leading open source ecommerce platform was originally developed – had planned to rewrite it as ‘Magento’ in February 2009. Today, Magento, now recognized as far beyond eCommerce software, and continues to deliver online merchants from visual appearance and content marketing, to SEO and digital marketing, with wide-ranging features to help them fulfill their business goals with highest possible conversion rates and in turn increased ROIs.

Since then, plenty of things have been changed in Magento like the logo, Community Editions, Security patches and a version of Magento, but an open-source E-commerce platform still enjoys a sizable market share today, and representing a huge leap!

Magento Communtity Edition

In fact, over its first year, the various factors have been added to the success of Magento. Several Meetups has been organized in the various part of the world like USA, India, Europe and more, which ascended up the need of online merchants. Currently, Magneto has a community of 84, 000 plus active members, and it does not seem to be going anywhere soon!

Magento Meetups

After years, the spirit of an ecommerce solution provider platform, even more climbs higher, and the next generation open source digital commerce platform, Magento 2.0 has been released, which empowers B2C and B2B industries to quickly deliver user-engaging omnichannel shopping experiences. The new platform of Magento is offering unmatched flexibility and one-of a kind opportunity to global ecosystem of developers as well as partners.


Here is a breakdown made by, that shows from which platforms customers were migrating to Magento from 2011 till now.

Magento from 2011

As you can see above, most of the platforms web store owners are switching from are open-source. The obvious reasons for migration to Magento are the platform’s top flexibility, unique features, and strong SEO-optimization.

Magento is the solution with the longest ‘life cycles’ store owners experience. According to our internal statistics, users are more likely to upgrade Magento to new versions than to switch it to another solution.

Hope it will keep rising dramatically and swiftly to dominate the crowded online Commerce space. To celebrate this huge milestone, Magneto’s 10 year journey, we at Envision Ecommerce would like to congratulate and give ‘A Big Thank-you’ to the most loyal community – Magento for supporting us through our highs and lows, and continuously strive for better.

We also have an experienced team of Magento certified developers – who have been using the Magento platform since its launch, and served several e-commerce startups’ with all their e-commerce needs and incredible returns. We are extremely very happy & would love to see the continued growth of Magento in the coming years!

Thanks for being with Envision Ecommerce all year round! Cheers to you Magento!

How to Manage Password in Magento?

Password management is one of the important components of your Magento stores. But, most Magento store owners are unaware of that, “Breadth of control can be exercised within the Magento store regarding admin access passwords”. That’s why, in this post, we have shared some of those settings that help you manage passwords in your Magento store easily.

Magento 1 and Magento 2

The latest versions of both Magento 1.x and Magento 2.x will give you a facility to manage a variety of admin passwords’ settings.

How to Manage Admin Password Settings in Magento 1?

Go to System > Configuration > Admin and expand the Security section:

From this particular area, you will able to identify whether the login is Case Sensitive. As, a setting can help enrich your Magento store login security. If you set this to “Yes”, your password of “ApPle34exiT!”, will not work when you entered like the following: “apple34exit!”.

It can also allow you identify a Secrete Key that can be added to URLs, to prevent cross-site request forgery without slowing down the store performance. By default, this is set to “Yes”, and it is highly recommended that let it remain set to “Yes”.

There are 2 more settings, i.e. Enabling and Disabling frames, which allow you to run your Magento Backend or Front-end in the frame. These options are presented to help prevent “clickjacking”, a malicious practice of concealing hyperlinks beneath legitimate clickable content, and causing users to perform actions of which they are unaware.

By default, it is Enabled! But it also gives the ability to Enable and Disable the Admin Routing Capability Mode for extensions.

Note: See below the difference between password settings available in Magento 1.x Community Edition and Magento 1.x Enterprise Edition.

The additional password settings’ options available in Enterprise Edition, but not available in Community Edition.


How to Manage Admin Password Settings in Magento 2?

Go to Stores > Configuration > Admin and expand the Security section:


Like Magento 1.x version, Magento 2.x version also offers the same options along with several new features, which were only included in Magento 1.x Enterprise Edition are now included in Magento 2.x Community version.

The first addition in the Magento 2.x version is a new Admin Account Sharing option. If you set it as “Yes”, then you can log-in from multiple systems into the same account. By default, the setting of “No” enhances security.

How to Manage Password Reset Requests?

You can manage the password reset requests by using any of the four following options:

1) By IP and Email – In this option, you can reset passwords online after getting a response from a reset notification, which sent to the email address associated with the Admin account.

2) By IP – With this option, you can reset passwords online without additional confirmation.

3) By Email – In this, you can reset passwords only by responding to an email notification, which sent to the email address associated with the Admin account.

4) None – This option gives you a facility to reset passwords only by the store administrator.

Other options include the ability to specify Recovery Link Expiration Periods (in hours), the Maximum Number of Password Reset Requests, the Minimum Time Between Password Reset Requests, the Maximum Login Failures to Lockout Account, the Lockout Time, and the Password Lifetime (in days).

Passwords and Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance

It is highly important to consider payment card industry while configuring your system’s settings for password management. Password compliance requirements are stated in Requirement 8 of PCI DSS standards.

  • • Passwords should have a minimum seven characters, which contain both alphabetic and numeric characters
  • • Passwords should be changed every 90 days
  • • When you changed the Passwords, make sure never set the same as one of the four previous passwords
  • • First-time Passwords for new users, and reset passwords for existing users, both should be set differently for each user and changed after first use
  • • User accounts can be temporarily locked-out after six invalid access attempts
  • • Once a user account is locked out, it remains locked for a minimum of 30 minutes or until a system administrator resets the account
  • • System/session idle time out features have been set to 15 minutes or less



Magento gives you a number of flexibility in managing access to your Magento store to keep it remains safe and less susceptible to compromise. So start making use of Magento’s available password management features today to protect your Magento store.

Though, if you find difficult or need more clarity regarding this “How to” or would like to add some suggestions to this solution, do drop a comment below or query at [email protected]. Our certified Magento team will give you a positive solution to all your Magento related queries with positive ROI!

Get your Magento 1 Store Upgraded to Magento 2 with Envision Ecommerce

It will be exactly one year tomorrow, 17th November 2016 when Magento 2 was Officially Launched. Since then the Magento Certified Team at Envision Ecommerce has been aggressively working on to drill every aspect of Magento 2. We have been publishing a series of “How to Magento 2” related to many aspects to share our learning with the community and help Magento 2 grow in our own way.

In our zeal to explore more around Magento 2, we took up the challenge of Upgrading Magento 1 to Magento 2. We have been successful with our efforts. Upgrading or migrating to Magento 2.x is not an easy task. It requires the upgrade for several extensions that you are currently using now and an in-depth technical Magento knowledge. That’s why Envision Ecommerce offers the safest & fastest migrate/upgrade services to get your Magento store ahead of its current Magento 1.x version. Our certified Magento developers are capable of completing a full migration from Feel free to place a request for your Magento migration or update work, we would be glad to help you out. Our team will help you with the best solutions and approach to move to a better platform. Our working time zone is based on India GMT+5:30 and our office operates from Monday to Friday. You can also get in touch with us for a free consultation.

Have Questions regarding Migration of Magento 1 to Magento 2 upgrade, Ask Us. Please mail us at [email protected] or visit:

How to Prevent Magento Image Copy using Htaccess?

If you are a Magento store owner, then you are definitely displaying your products online. Unfortunately, this means you have to deal with your Magento images theft where image thieves copy your work and use it for their own purposes without any credit. These thieves may include – some unintentional visitors who just save images for their personal usage; the real thieves, who want to sell your images further as their own; or your competitors.

If you are feeling unlucky to protect your Magento images even after using Magento’s dynamic watermarks, this blog is for you!

.htaccess – A Bulletproof Solution to Go for Your Magento Images:

So, what’s a Magento store owner to do? Fortunately, there is one best solution, i.e. .htaccess file. It is the file which is capable of restricting access to all original images. It works by blocking the access to the image editor under admin panel. You can modify and use the following .htaccess file in your /var/media/catalog directory:

Options +FollowSymLinks
RewriteEngine on

#The next coding line permits the original images to be accessed by admin end directly

RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^*$ [NC]

#The next coding line permits the watermarked images to be accessed directly. It is according to the rule where the URL does not contain a cache.

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !(/cache/) [NC]

#It is the page where your store visitor will be redirected if they will attempt to access images directly.

RewriteRule \.(gif|jpg)$ [R,L]

This security measure will really help you to prevent your Magento images from being stolen, downloaded, and copied. If you have been a victim of Magento Image Theft? Or you have your own tips and tricks to protect Magneto store images from theft? You can share in the comment section below!

Learn Importance of Installing Magento SUPEE Security Patches.

Why you need to move to Magento 2

A few months ago, Magento announced the newest platform, i.e. Magento 2.0, for enterprise and community editions in November 2015. The particular platform comes with powerful features that rebuilt the administrator panel to make merchants’ life smoother and easier. Plus, this new version is less stressful to use.

Magento 2.0 has a potential to improve the live store performance in a number of ways and highly-improved admin interface that allow non-technical users to accomplish the task without relying on the professional developers.

Here we have gathered some good reasons that tell you why you need to move to Magento 2.

Boost Store Performance:

According to the research, Magento 2 will run the store 20% faster than the old version of Magento. The faster website speed increases the search engine optimization and thus helps in increasing conversion rate optimization.

If full-page caching built into the platform, then your web pages will load 1-2 seconds faster than 5-10 seconds for non-caching pages. Plus, this new version will manage the various catalog pages better, without even slowing down the site’s speed.

Checkout Process is more User-Friendly:

Magento 2 has an intuitive checkout process. It makes the specific process easier and faster for clients to go from cart to complete the order hassle-free. The particular platform requires fewer steps to complete the process, plus it’s highly customizable.

Magento 2 also facilitates the existing customers to checkout easier with the saved information. However, this unique feature will encourage repeat clients.

Key Integration:

Magento 2 integrates various popular extensions that allow a site to have out of the box functionality. Most of Magento users choose to integrate payment platforms like Braintree and PayPal, that’s why Magento 2 includes these payment gateways by default to make the process much easier. More on, this new platform also integrates with CyberSource and WorldPay to enhance the security of payment.

Excellent Admin Interface:

An admin interface in Magento 2 is designed to reduce the Magento store owners’ managing time on their online store. As it is a very easy and user-friendly for new learners. Magento 2 let the store owners to customize the admin panel so that they can easily and quickly access the important business information, if needed.

The new admin interface has drag-and-drop layout editing option which doesn’t require extensive coding knowledge or professional developers to modify the appearance of the online stores. This latest version has a potential to create a store in half the time as compared to the old version.

Magento 2 makes all admin panel, personalized for Magento users to improve productivity while managing customer data, products, and orders.

Mobile Responsiveness:

Today, the majority of people doing online shopping through their smartphones and tablets. So the team of Magento recognized the thing and made a mobile-friendly Magento 2 platform to encourage the mobile sales.

This platform comes with new and effective responsively designed themes, quicker checkout and integrated videos that enhance the store’s function as well as look on mobile devices.

Additionally, in the front-end of the web store, the admin-panel is touch-screen friendly which helps store owners to manage the store on the go.

Now you are very well informed of this fact, that you really need to move your e-commerce store to Magento 2 platform for better business results.

If you want to move your ecommerce platform to Magento 2, you can get in touch with us. We have a team of certified Magento Solution Specialists and Magento Developers who will assist you best with your each Magento needs.

Why do Magento Store Owners Need Performance Optimization?

Magento store’s performance is the talk of the town for almost all Magento store owners. The blog is compiled with all such talks and reasons, and these reasons are not just reasons at all. They are just the major factors which could help a Magento store owner to improve his/her store performance.

According to Akamai study, more than 64% of dissatisfied online customers will less likely prefer to buy or visit again a slow eCommerce store. They would mostly prefer a competitor eCommerce store to make a smooth, well optimized and good shopping experience. So, it is necessary for every Magento store owner to optimize their store to serve customers with better store performance.

In this blog, you’ll not only find such common blunders that bring your Magento store to an unpleasant end & just cost you a lot, but also assist you avoid such unpleasant pitfalls and produce uninterrupted sales. Just go through this blog, and find out the useful ways to optimize your Magento store performance and make it faster than ever before.

Slow Loading Speed

Firstly, let’s dive into what mainly causes poor performance in Magento store. The main reason is the slow loading speed of a Magento store.

Here are some of the statistics that you might need to take a look at:

  • 40% of the users abandon a store if it takes more than 3 seconds to load.
  • Drop-in the page load times by 100 milliseconds will amplify the customer conversion rates by 1%.

This means the slow loading speed of a Magento store dramatically pulls down its performance. Sprite Images, CSS and JS file merging to reduce HTTP requests, Varnish cache, PHP accelerator, Full page cache – are the most reliable ways to get better your Magento store’s performance.

Security Concerns

Security is one of the major concerns for Magento store owners as the greater number of hackers’ attacks & security breaches are increasing. These hackers not only get into your Magento store but also spam your customers by stealing their information and credit card details. A protected & secured Magento store will upload the reputation of a Magento store owner and also helps in avoiding downtime. To maintain your Magento store’s security, you need to optimize your store by followings:

  • Monitor latest patch releases & apply them immediately to maintain a secure environment.
  • Employ two-factor authentication
  • Create a custom path for the admin panel
  • Use encrypted connections (SSL/HTTPS)
  • Manage access points and use unique & strong passwords
  • Make your local.xml file and other sensitive files secure
  • Deploy changes carefully
  • Restrict admin access
  • Implement your own strong password policy

Inefficient Magento Database

A large & sluggish database can result in a drastic slow-down in the store performance. An eCommerce store comes with many products & has a large database. Thus to maintain large & potentially inefficient database efficiently, you need to keep log cleaning on a regular basis. A Magento store owner can clean log by using one of the below-mentioned methods:

  • Log Cleaning Via Admin Interface
  • Manual Cleaning with phpMyAdmin
  • Regular Maintenance of Magento Database

Complicated and Opaque Coding Quality

Writing simple code seems a lot harder as compared to writing complex source code. Poorly coded code is not only hard to read & adjust, but also hard to hand over to other Magento developers. Thus, good internal and uncomplicated source code requires to follow Magento coding standards and guidelines. Ensure that you’re avoiding static code and using self-documenting code comments. Undoubtedly, It’s not hard at all to maintain self-documenting comments along with your code. And, as a Magento developer, you should know that the code can only tell you how the program performs; but comments can notify why it works. For a better code optimization for better store performance, examine and recognize every kind of bottlenecks in your code both front- and back-end. Database queries should also be optimized. For instance, a developer should clearly know the difference between getSingleton() and getModel().

Outdated Version or Buggy Extension

An outdated or buggy extension negatively affects your Magento store performance with different warning signs. Some of the major warning signs that ring an alarming bell for a Magento store include compatibility of outdated extension with the latest Magento version,  existing functionality breakage, bad impact on other updated extensions, no access to new functionality from latest Magento version, and many other that lead to an indicative of a worse & a more cluttering situation. Thus, if you have a bunch of extensions sitting around your Magento store, ensure that you are using up-to-date extensions. It will be wise to use only updated extensions and lose the outdated ones.

By avoiding these reasons & following aforeshared tips, you should be well on your way to optimizing your Magento store for its better performance. If you have any further queries on how to optimize your Magento store performance, contact us today, our team of certified Magento developers is ready to serve you!

We at Envision Ecommerce come up with the best possible optimization techniques like full page caching, internal Magento® tweaks, etc. to boost the online store speed significantly.

Our core Magento speed optimization services include the followings:

  • Magento® Code Optimization
  • Magento® Front-end Optimization
  • Server Optimization Database Optimization
  • Magento® Profiling
  • Magento®Setting Optimization

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Magento 1 and Magento 2 Database Structure Difference

The database structure was one of the biggest bottlenecks with Magento 1. It was difficult to customize Magento 1 to run on numerous databases or even split some particular functions like checkout, catalog, and customer to execute on an individual master database through background data synchronization.

However, Magento 2 comes with an alternative to employ three individual master databases for different functional area which further permits users to split the load for checkout, order management, catalog browsing, etc. Even though it is accessible only with the EE version. This promising feature of Magento 2 is a right fit for all those merchants who has been struggling to sustain their peak traffic throughout the holiday season.

Magento 2 still employs the EAV (Entity Attribute Value) database structure for such entity as product, category, customer address, order, etc… But, there are some major differences in the database structure of Magento 1 and Magento 2.

So, without no further ado, let’s dive into such differences!

  • In Magento 1.9, the default tables at the time of installation is equal to 333, and System attribute comes with 131 attributes.

However, Magento 2 has 296 default tables at the time of installation with 129 system attributes.

  • Magento 1.x has the core_resource as the module register table and it is not available with the Magento 2. The name of such table that registers the module is setup_module, and version with schema_version. data_version is the same.

Apart from aforementioned differences, the names are also changed for some other tables. Let’s have a look at these names:

core_store to store

core_store_group to store_group

core_website to store_website

admin_role to autorization_role

admin_rule to authorization_rule

The structure of core_store, and core_store_group tables has also been changed.

Apart from these changes, the aforeshared tables do not have any structural changes.

Envision Ecommerce Launches New Magento Extension: Bulk SMS Textart Connector

We are proud to announce that our ever-growing launching process introduces one more new Magento extension for utmost customer satisfaction results. Envision Ecommerce has come up with a unique and cost-effective Magento extension, i.e. Bulk SMS Textart Connector. The main aim of this extension is to notify customers about their purchases via mobile SMS. This extension will connect Magento to the Textart SMS API, which helps to provide information to shoppers effectively by automating SMS notifications.

Bulk SMS Textart Connector is an extremely informative and customizable Magento Extension. It allows Magento owners to manage the entire SMS integration process on their own, without any professional developer’s help. Another superior feature of this extension is that the online shoppers will enjoy receiving notifications regarding placement/shipment/cancellation of their order via mobile SMS. The customers will also get notified during their resetting forgotten password through SMS only. Also, the SMS content, is all admin manageable, which supports an admin to easily send custom content or message he/she wants to send to their shoppers.

Bulk SMS Textart Connector extension is filled with a wide spectrum of features that enhance the store revenue and customer satisfaction experience. If you want to update your Magento store with this extension, you can contact us. Our highly qualified developers will please to serve you and your customers with the best possible results in mere times.

More Magento Certified Professionals in Envision Ecommerce

Envisionaries have added another great achievement to their pool. We are very excited to announce that we have now 2 more Envisionaries who are now Magento Certified Professionals (Magento Certified Developer plus and Magento Certified Frontend Developer).

Including one previous Magento Certified Solution Specialist and 2 new Magento superstars, we now have total 3 Magento Certified professionals in Envision Ecommerce. So now you can be doubly sure of the utmost quality of our Magento solutions.


Since our inception, we are always geared towards becoming the leader in this domain and this is yet one more step to prove our commitment for the same. Not only Envision Ecommerce facilitates a great platform to its team to learn & explore something new or some tricky nuances, but also sponsors the certifications to those professionals who eagerly want to differentiate themselves from the competition.We want more eCommerce enthusiasts who want to attain this next level of achievements & Magento certified developers, who have already claimed their reflective knowledge of Magento platform, to join our fast growing team of Envisionaries.

We also offer free eCommerce consultancy as our certified professionals have an appropriate expertise in supporting you for your every kind of eCommerce business related needs.