magento2 – Merging multiple Magento 2 e-commerce websites in one installation Advantages and disadvantages

I only have a few ecommerce websites that run on individual Magento 2 installations. I am considering merging all websites into one Magento 2 store with multiple websites.

I am not sure if this is a good approach and I want to know the advantages and disadvantages of each institution and the merging process in order to properly assess the benefits and risks involved.

To give you some background information:

  • Each store is unique, but there are a few products in the catalog
    to multiple locations.
  • Each site has a unique design (theme).
  • Each store has its own modules / modules from third parties
    of which apply to multiple websites.
  • Each shop has its own database.
  • I have about 12 Magento stores and there will be more.

In addition to the advantages and disadvantages, how difficult would it be to merge the existing branches into one installation (mainly from a database perspective)?

The main reasons for considering the above approach:

  1. Upgrades and patches of individual Magento installations save time.
  2. The management of product information across the individual Magento installations proves to be difficult.
  3. The integration of several Magento stores in an ERP system is becoming increasingly difficult.

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