Introduction: How to Move Data From Zen Cart to PrestaShop

It is really important for store owner to have a shopping cart that will be flexible and able to satisfy all business requirements. In a case, you realize your e-Commerce platform can’t fully satisfy your demands, it’s time to move to a new shopping cart.

This instruction illustrates how to transfer data from Zen Cart to PrestaShop automatically. There is no need to download any software, since the service is web based. Moreover you don’t have to be tech savvy to perform successful data transferring. The whole procedure will take you a few hours.

Step 1: Registration.

Create a new Cart2Cart account or sign in with your existing Facebook or Google account.

Step 2: Set Up Info About Source Zen Cart.

You will have to select Zen Cart version from the list, enter shop's URL and download Connection Bridge to make the data migration possible.

Step 3: Choose PrestaShop As Target Cart.

Provide the needed information about your PrestaShop store and download Connection Bridge once again.

Step 4: Select Entities.

Now you have to put ticks near entities you wish to migrate. There will also be a possibility to order additional options, which will expand migration opportunities.

Step 5: Map Currencies, Order Statuses.

Step 6: Start Demo Migration.

It is absolutely free and provides a great opportunity to try how the service works. Up to 10 entities will be transferred to your PrestaShop store.

Step 7: Choose a Migration Insurance Plan, If Necessary.

This option allows you to restart the transfer in case of data disruptions during post-migration store customization.

Step 8: Full Migration.

Now you are ready to start full migration. On this step, you will be able to check entities one more time. As it was already mentioned, migration will take some time, so be patient. After it is completed you will receive an email notification.

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