Morgan Hill, CA (April 24, 2018) - Sakata Seed America recently announced the launch of its new, mobile-responsive website for the vegetable side of their business.
The organizational structure of the new SakataVegetables.com closely mirrors that of the previous site, allowing users who have used the Sakata vegetables website previously to enjoy a seamless experience when transitioning to the new website.
“We’re thrilled to launch this new mobile optimized site for Sakata vegetables. This tool will allow our customers, growers and retailers alike to access all of the great information on our website wherever they may need it from whatever device they have handy!” states Alicia Suits, Sakata’s Communications Manager.
Coupled with a sleek and clean new interface, the website allows for easy, responsive access from phone, tablet or desktop and creates not only ease of viewing information, but optimizes downloading capabilities for the site’s assortment of product brochures, field charts, educational videos, harvest schedules and more.
In addition, the new website improves the user experience for Sakata customers, providing easier access to order tracking and seed availability information through the password-protected customer ‘Service Center.’
“The goal of this new site is to keep us and our customers up to speed with the shifting technology trends in our industry. More and more we see people reaching for their phones in the field, in a sales meeting and on the tradeshow floor… Printed literature is slowly becoming obsolete in favor of digital versions. Our new site takes all of the great information from our previous site, and allows for better functionality and accessibility from any device,” continues Suits.
What’s next? A responsive renovation of Sakata’s ornamentals website, SakataOrnamentals.com, set to launch in early 2019.
Headquartered in Morgan Hill, CA, Sakata Seed America is a major research, seed production and marketing-distribution subsidiary of Sakata Seed Corporation, established in 1913. Sakata Seed America, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, serves as the headquarters for the North and Central America operations. Their mission is to quickly and efficiently meet industry expectations for quality seed, innovative genetics and excellent greenhouse and field performance.