Magento developer needed to modify existing website

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B Seated Global is a supplier and manufacturer of commercial furniture. Our website ([url removed, login to view]) is built on Magento but has been modified so that it is enquiry based. Customers add products to an enquiry list which is then submitted to us by email rather than purchasing the products through the site.

We would now like to show prices for all products but only make some products (approximately 30%) to be available for purchase through the site. We would also like this feed of purchasable products to be able to be submitted to Google shopping so that our products can be shown in their Product Listing Ads.

Please quote/advise on which of the following options are the best solution to fit our needs.

Option 1 - make the site half enquiry/half transactional

On the top level menu we would have a category of “products” these would be the enquiry based products, customers would add to the enquiry list and submit for a quote via email. Also on the top level menu we would also have a separate category of “short lead time products” these products you would be able to buy through the site.

Option 2 - set up a new separate transactional site

We could set up another domain e.g. On selected products have a buy button that opens up the transactional site in new tab/window. This website would follow the same design and still be managed through the existing magento CMS.

Option 3 - revert the site back to Magento’s default settings

Similar to option two but the majority of the products would have the buy button disabled and a call to action to make an enquiry.

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