GoDaddy Unveils Managed WooCommerce Stores

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A multi-channel commerce platform designed for expanding enterprises is being offered to the WordPress community by web hosting provider GoDaddy. The Managed WooCommerce Stores solution from GoDaddy would streamline running a WordPress online store and is completely managed.

GoDaddy’s new Managed WooCommerce Stores offering would have everything required to sell online, offline, across prominent marketplaces, and on social networks from one built-in experience, whereas WordPress often needs business owners to maintain a complicated technical stack. This new product makes use of the knowledge and equipment that GoDaddy acquired when it bought Poynt and Pagely in 2021, SkyVerge in 2020, and Sellbrite in 2019.

More than 25 paid extensions are already included in GoDaddy’s Managed WooCommerce Stores, giving small companies and developers the improved capability and flexibility that WordPress is renowned for. Additionally, GoDaddy’s team of WooCommerce professionals manages the Stores’ WordPress and WooCommerce plugins and extensions, allowing busy business owners to concentrate on expanding their enterprises rather than managing their technology.

“With our new Managed WooCommerce Stores offering, we wanted to manage complexity and ensure ease-of-use, yet deliver the nearly infinite flexibility of WordPress to empower growing businesses to operate at peak performance while selling exactly the way they want,” said Osama Bedier, President of GoDaddy Commerce.GoDaddy is one of the largest providers of WordPress solutions, and we’re committed to ensuring businesses with more complex needs can also access seamless e-commerce solutions.”

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Managed WooCommerce Stores are a part of GoDaddy’s linked commerce products that would effortlessly integrate with GoDaddy POS to combine online and offline sales, enabling companies to provide improved features like ‘purchase online, pickup in-store.’ The transaction costs of 2.3% + 30 cents for online transactions and 2.3% flat for in-person purchases offered by GoDaddy Payments, a component of the GoDaddy Commerce ecosystem, would allow companies to save on card processing. Also, Apple Pay can be enabled with one click, enabling digital wallet payments without the need for a plugin.

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud servers used by GoDaddy’s Managed WooCommerce Store platform have been modified to provide quicker page loads and server response times. As a business grows, it would be simple to add new plugins, and the software, including PHP versions, WordPress + WooCommerce, plugins, and extensions, will always be maintained up to date.