Is WordPress and WooCommerce a professional solution for larger shops?
eseom has already implemented online shops for large companies and used various shop systems (Shopware / WooCommerce). Larger customers often opt for a “pure” shop system such as Shopware, Oxid or Magento, since WordPress and WooCommerce is not a “real shop system” and would have poor performance. Since there are many developers and even complete agencies in the WooCommerce and WordPress world who claim they have mastered these two systems, but only install a few plugins (15+), these two systems also have a bad reputation when it comes to the subject performance and functionality.
By installing a plugin that is not tailored to the particular shop, there are deficits in terms of performance, maintainability, security and expandability. Any unneeded feature means that a store loses performance because those features require resources (for example, more database queries as needed).
We have already implemented shops with over 4000 products and 200 000 product variations. These shops have in comparison to the mentioned “real shop systems” no losses in terms of performance and in terms of maintainability, expandability and costs. WooCommerce is miles ahead – but the prerequisite for this is the professional implementation of the shop in WooCommerce without the installation of quite a few plugins of which half of the functions are not used / understood.
Interested in a professionally implemented WooCommerce shop?