CUSTOM SHOPIFY INTEGRATION
GeoPot came to us in 2013 with their suite of products at BigComerce and GoDaddy. Having a number of avid gardeners on our staff, the idea of cloth pots and planters that look great and facilitate good drainage instantly piqued our interest. We had already worked with a number of hydroponics, nutrient, and other ancillary alternative gardening companies and were very happy at the opportunity to work with Khanvhi and Dennis, two remarkable entrepreneurs who went on to co-found Canna Craft, Left Coast Wholesale, and other successful, local companies.
The challenge with GeoPot was to find a platform that was user friendly to both the administrative staff and the end user. We had just begun to notice Shopify in 2013, having built a number of Magento stores for our clients previously. Hosted e-commerce solutions weren’t at the top of our list of favorites, as companies such as BigCommerce, Volusion, Yahoo!, and other lesser known solutions were the only players on the market. Only Magento offered enough features and capacity for customization that we required to produce unique, beautify user interfaces for our discerning clients. But Shopify was just coming into its own in 2013 and we chose the platform to help GeoPot increase their presence, their capacity, and their return on investment. The migration from BigCommerce to Shopify proved highly successful for the GeoPot line of products.
“True To Our Roots” is what GeoPot is all about. They use their products and listen to their customers feedback to constantly improve and provide the very best products on the market. It is their mission to provide exceptional customer service to the retail stores carrying their products as well as the gardeners who are using them in the field. They have seen the huge benefits of air root pruning and aeration in their own gardens and want their customers to experience the same advantages using the highest quality and most convenient plant containers possible.
GeoPot is another local company doing business in Sonoma County.
Hydroponics, Fabric plant containers