Social proof that WooCommerce / WordPress for eCom is robust
WordPress developers that I trust are recommending WooCommerce to replace the current ecom site for a client of mine with 3,000+ configurable products. The problem is, my client does not feel it’s robust enough (security, # products, “just a blog”).
While I am confident in the plug-in and platform personally, my argument falls flat because I cannot find a single example of a e-commerce site with 3000+ products or a marquis brand, much less configurable products, using WordPress and the WooCommerce plugin.
Are there examples I can point them to? In the absence of this, as far as they can tell they are guinea pigs to run a larger scale business this way.
I have direct personal experience with e-commerce on Magento that required massive cash to develop and had significant performance issues; but they are still associated with larger scale ecom.
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