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I run a bunch of departments for a subscription e-commerce enterprise. I’m fairly good with understanding tech (high-level) however my years of experience are in different fields.

We presently run a US and EU Shopify retailer and can quickly be launching a UK, Australia and possibly Canada retailer. We’ve got a headless CMS which manages our translation and frontend. We don’t use Shopify funds as we’re a subscription enterprise.

It appears very inefficient to have a number of shops each time we wish a neighborhood forex, as this requires copying the merchandise and settings and so on. It additionally means we simply have a bunch extra connections with the third get together apps as they wanted to be related to every Shopify occasion, to not point out having to handle 5 shops over 1.

We use an outsourced growth company who’re very professional Shopify. I’ve requested why so many Shopify shops for every forex over one thing like 1x Huge Commerce or Magento 2 and so on.

I don’t really feel like I ever get an excellent response, it’s all the time one thing like “there are good and unhealthy about each platforms however Shopify is best”. My query is: Is it? Taking into consideration a multi-country, multi-currency, multi-language enterprise – is a number of Shopify shops higher than one Huge Commerce (or different) platform?

I must also add that we now have a really small completed items SKU depend.

Any opinions can be enormously appreciated.

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