Migrating to a new commerce platform may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. And with our free 60-day trial, you can see how easy it really is to make the move to a modern commerce architecture. Still have some queries before you get started? Read on to discover the answers to the top five questions about our trial.
1. Why should I sign up for the trial?
The biggest draw of signing up for our 60-day trial is experiencing first-hand the ways in which commercetools has revolutionized and, ultimately, bettered the commerce landscape. To begin with, commercetools utilizes the MACH approach. An acronym that has grown wildly popular in the eCommerce industry, MACH stands for a Microservices-based, API-first, Cloud-native, Headless approach to commerce. These four components provide the flexibility to create innovative and seamless shopping experiences while meeting your business and marketing goals.
commercetools is also the founder of headless commerce technology, meaning the “head” or frontend (user interface) is decoupled from the backend. This frees companies from the rigid constraints of an all-in-one platform and instead enables faster innovation, rapid responses to market changes, personalized experiences across all channels and the ability to easily add new shopping touchpoints.
Our solution is not only trusted by Fortune 500 companies, but also recognized by influential technology analyst firms – Gartner, Forrester and IDC MarketScape – who recently honoured commercetools with a placement in the “Leaders Category” in their world-renowned industry reports.
2. I’m interested! How do I get started?
Start your free trial in four simple steps:
- Simply sign up for your free trial account – it’s easy and takes seconds to complete.
- You will receive an email with a link to complete the creation of your account and choose a password.
- Immediately open your 60-day trial account – with fully functional access to our platform, APIs and all the cloud advantages.
- Start your individual commerce experience right away – and create new commerce experiences in a matter of days.
3. Is there any support from commercetools while I’m testing out the platform?
In addition to our team always being there for you at any time 24/7, we offer a plethora of extensive documentation that is always being updated. Everything is laid out in easy-to-follow steps in our Getting Started Guide. We also offer several white papers, like our Blueprint Architecture for Modern Commerce and Migrating to the Cloud guides.
To help you build your commerce experiences faster, we’ve also harnessed our extensive partner network to bring you the Integration Marketplace, where you can quickly discover supported third-party extensions and integrations that work with our commerce platform. And for further inspiration and guidance, check out how other commercetools customers made the move in our library of case studies and resources.
4. Is it really free? What’s the catch?!
Yes! Our 60-day trial is completely free – free of risk, free of charge and free of limitations, so you can experience the limitless commerce possibilities that commercetools brings with absolutely no strings attached! You’re welcome to create and build your own commerce experience, for any customer touchpoint. Choose from our full selection of tools, features and functionalities to fit your workflow and goals.
5. What happens after the trial is over?
After 60 days, your project data will still be available in the Merchant Center, so there’s no pressure to make a final decision. If you decide not to continue, your data will be removed. And if your free trial blows you away, and you want to subscribe to commercetools’ platform, you can easily transfer everything to your real, live project – without limitations and in a matter of seconds.
Looking to make the move from your old platform to commercetools? Try the commercetools free 60-day trial to get started building the commerce project of your dreams.
To find out more about the building blocks of the commercetools solution, make sure to read our “Making the Switch to MACH” white paper.