If you haven’t heard about Mage One, you are probably not a “magento man”. These guys got into the market last year and have grown remarkably since then. Today we are proud to partner with Mage One, a team of passionate professionals providing permanent support for merchants who continue using Magento 1. We strongly support this initiative and believe that every business should have a right to exist notwithstanding any EOL.

After June 30 Magento stops supporting M1. If you haven’t migrated to Magento 2 and have no immediate plans to move, you need to take care of security, compatibility with the latest software, PHP, MySQL, Apache, and compliance with payment processors’ requirements (read about latest PayPal, Visa requirements regarding PCI compliance).

Mage One is ready to help you out timely issuing security patches and providing support for the latest software while you’re deliberately planning the migration.

On our side, we guarantee compatibility of our Magento 1 extensions (listed below) with patches being issued by Mage One. Note that the list may be extended:

* If you haven’t found your extension in this list, feel free to drop us a line in the comments below and we’ll see what we can do with it.

Also, we’ve mounted a migration campaign and now offer in-house service for Magento 2 migration (here are the details). Together with our clients we

(a) develop a custom migration plan,

(b) help to replicate the needed functionality with M2 extensions and give special offers on them,

(c) run the planned activities, and

(d) support you afterward.

Have no idea how to start? Book a free consultation with our expert in Magento migration.

 

More useful articles about migration to Magento 2:

→ What is Amasty’s migration service?

→ How to draw up a Magento 2 migration plan?

→ Can I process payments on M1? PCI compliance and PayPal, Visa requirements 

→ Can I migrate myself?