Magento for Fine Art

Expand your niche customer base globally.

The European Fine Art Foundation reported that fine art sales have exceeded $55 billion, with at least 3 billion of those dollars occurring from online art sales and auctions in 2014. With hefty price tags for items, customers are not just going to drop these dollars on any site.


Why Magento for Fine Art?

A trustworthy site that includes safety, security and a lot of visual confirmation is needed to win over art enthusiasts and businesses dealing in art alike. Magento can achieve a masterpiece of a site with features like:

  • Meets guidelines set by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) for businesses that accept payment by credit card online.

  • Online payment methods include PayPal, PayPal for Business, Purchase Orders, credit cards, and bank transfer.

  • Create one or multiple invoices, shipments and credit memos per order to allow for split fulfillment.

  • The robust customer account dashboard gives the customer the ability to track orders, manage shipping addresses, and manage other buying activities on their own.

  • SSL security support for orders on both front-end and back-end.

  • Support for multilingual sites and worldwide currencies.

Trust is important when looking to buy an item with a price tag this high. Customers can manage many of their own services on their account, eliminating the leg work for your customer service team with features like:

  • Contact Us form.

  • Order History with Status Updates.

  • Order Tracking from Account.

  • Forgot Password Email from front-end and administration panel.

  • Order and Account Update Emails.

  • Customizable order update emails.

  • Create and Edit Orders from the Admin Panel.

The Magento 2 Upgrade Process

The four components of a Magento 1 to Magento 2 migration process, or migration from another system are:

  • Theme Migration (or re-build if migrating from third-party)
  • Extension Migration 
  • Customizations Migration
  • Data Migration
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