Magento vs. Shopify vs. Adobe Commerce Comparison Chart

Comparing the Best E-commerce Platforms in One Downloadable Chart

When it comes to choosing an e-commerce platform, whether when launching your offer or when considering a replatforming, 2 names stand out: Magento and Shopify. These two platforms are the cream of the crop when it comes to e-commerce backends. However, after Adobe acquired Magento in 2018, Adobe is now offering two different versions of Magento services: Magento Open Source & Adobe Commerce.

So, which is the best platform for you? We’ve put together a chart comparing Magento vs. Shopify vs. Adobe Commerce to outline the different features, capabilities and requirements of each platform. Dive in ⬇️

Magento Vs Shopify Chart

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Magento vs Shopify: what’s the difference?

Here’s is a quick description of both platforms.

Magento is an open-source e-commerce platform which is free to install. You will need to pay for security, web hosting, and extensions, which will allow you to add all the features you’d like to your e-commerce store. This platform is powerful, but may be difficult for those without coding knowledge. Note that, historically, Magento was open-source and Adobe Commerce was a paid platform. However, following the acquisition of Magento by Adobe, Adobe dropped the name Magento from its communications, but the 2 versions still exist.

Shopify is an e-commerce platform that is easy to use and designed for businesses of any size. It prioritizes simplicity and fast setup, and comes equipped with a variety of built-in tools and templates. This makes it a great option for businesses that want to establish an online presence without needing significant technical expertise.

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