Where Shopify loses its strength is when an eShop begins to have additional functional requirements. The packages become more expensive, and the pricing structure is quite restrictive because an eShop on Shopify cannot be easily transferred elsewhere unless rebuilt from scratch on a different platform. Regarding design requirements, as Shopify is somewhat of an out-of-the-box solution, we cannot modify the box itself. The options we have within Shopify are what allow us to make changes. Additionally, Shopify charges a fee for every payment made on an eShop within its platform, which is not the case with some other eShop platforms. Furthermore, Shopify doesn’t provide the ability to host emails with the domain name of the online store. While solutions can be found for this, in the realm of eShop platforms, it’s not common for such a feature to be unavailable.