Dalat Hasfarm launches B2B online purchase app

Dalat Hasfarm recently launched a B2B online purchase app for their Vietnamese customers. "The B2B app allows Vietnamese customers, such as wholesale companies and flower shops, to browse through a wide assortment of flowers, access real-time inventory information, and seamlessly submit and track orders", explains Dalat Hasfarm's Paul Walker.

Accessible to many users
Launched at an event in June 2023, customers and partners in Vietnam had the opportunity to experience the B2B app firsthand. "The app works well on various devices and operating systems, making it accessible to many users. With its simple and easy-to-use interface, ordering and tracking orders can be done anytime and anywhere."

B2B account
Having a Dalat Hasfarm B2B account offers several benefits to users, he continues. "They receive daily updates on product information, including prices and promotion programs. Reordering is made convenient, saving time and effort. Users can also access information on new products and flower care tips."

Ongoing improvement process
In the future, Dalat Hasfarm's software development team will continue to develop the features of the B2B application. This ongoing improvement process will ensure that customers can enjoy both superior product quality and an enhanced purchasing experience.

From one hectare to four farms
Starting in 1994, with just one hectare of roses and carnations in a basic bamboo greenhouse in Da Lat City, Dalat Hasfarm has grown significantly over the past three decades. Today, Dalat Hasfarm operates across four farms, has a chain of flower shops and distribution centers in Vietnam, and exports to a large number of countries around the world, with sister companies in China, Japan, and Indonesia. Hasfarm has become a leading fresh flower brand in Asia.

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