The operation logic of our system of flower purchase was created a long time
ago, and in the process of its improvement, we tried to provide for the
maximum possible options that arise in practice.
In our flower database there are several levels of preferences variety-farm.
The high level of preferences is laid down in the last order of the customer
(or in order template), no matter he places an order on the web, or sends it
manually via e-mail explaining in the text form which producers of one or
another variety of flowers he prefers.
If the customer composes and sends a flower order directly from our
website, then his preferences on farms are synchronized with our system,
and our employees immediately see whether it is possible to buy a particular
variety of flowers from the farm's free offer. The system will not allow our
operator to purchase a variety from the farm that was prohibited by the
If a customer, who has not yet figured out all the tricks of our system, sends
an order manually via e-mail, then our employees transfer themselves all
the preferences and prohibitions on variety-farm from the text of the files to
The farms that operate online on our website also immediately receive a
request for positions required by customers and can automatically sell the
variety our customers need if it meets their price criterion.
The second level of farm-variety preferences (the so-called traffic lights of
preferences) is available from the several working modules of our site:
If the customer does not work with preferences at all, then all the "traffic
lights" for him will be on the gray mark “no matter”.
As for the prohibitions of some varieties from the certain farms, this is not
important for our system where the customer will make them from: from the
order module, from variety cards, from cards of preferences, or from variety
purchase statistics. Switching the “traffic light” of the prohibition to red color
means that the customer bans the purchase of a variety from this farm.