Website Pipeline Selected As Roaring Twenties Winner

Posted by Ted Goudie on Sep 1, 2015 1:20:00 PM

Greenville-based Website Pipeline has been selected as one of the 20 fastest-growing small companies in the state of South Carolina, known as the “Roaring Twenties.” The Roaring Twenties awards are presented by SC Biz Magazine annually at an event where South Carolina’s top business leaders gather to celebrate the fastest-growing companies in the state. The 2015 Roaring Twenties event will be held on October 28th in Columbia. 

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Topics: Company News

Employee Spotlight: Louis Roselli

Posted by Ted Goudie on Aug 31, 2015 10:30:00 AM

I'm responsible for the underlying architecture for ERPDriver, as well as for overseeing the work being done by any other software engineers working on the ERP Development Team. I'm a mentor for new and lower-level developers in the company, as well as for all the members on the ERP Development Team.

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Employee Spotlight: Alex Valis

Posted by Ted Goudie on Aug 24, 2015 11:34:00 AM

After graduating from Furman University, I came to Website Pipeline as a Software Developer. I work on our security team, developing new security modules for our customer websites, and I also upgrade current customer sites to bring them up to our latest security standards.

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Employee Spotlight: Sabrina Milnes

Posted by Ted Goudie on Aug 24, 2015 11:17:00 AM

Over the two years that I have worked as a Project Manager with Website Pipeline, I've applied the skills I have acquired from previous work/school experience (design, code, etc.) to get things done. However, there is so much that I've learned working here.

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Employee Spotlight: Mike McCurdy

Posted by Ted Goudie on Aug 17, 2015 2:20:31 PM

My day at Website Pipeline primarily consists of Photoshop, HTML, CSS, Javascript and ASP funness - my 'weapon belt' of front-end design and layout. I am responsible for matching the original design of a project, and make all the elements look and function nicely across required browsers and devices. The underlying factor that drives the majority of our design decisions is usability. We must accurately define our target from the eyes of the end user and deploy a website that successfully hits that target.

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Website Pipeline Recognized By Inc. Magazine for 5th Time

Posted by Ted Goudie on Aug 13, 2015 4:39:00 PM

Website Pipeline, the market leader in ERP-integrated e-commerce, announced today that the company has been named to Inc. Magazine's "Inc. 5000" list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This is the fifth consecutive year that Website Pipeline has made the Inc. 5000 list, earning an Honor Roll recognition as a five-time honoree.

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Topics: Ecommerce with ERP integration, Company News

Website Pipeline at Sage Summit 2015

Posted by Ted Goudie on Aug 6, 2015 11:00:00 AM

We walked away from Sage Summit in New Orleans feeling like we had a great trade show. We made great connections with current customers, potential customers, business partners, and Sage employees that will be mutually beneficial for years to come.

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Topics: Sage Summit

7 Things Your B2B Customers Hate About Your Shopping Cart

Posted by Ted Goudie on Jul 20, 2015 11:21:11 AM

There are hundreds of shopping cart platforms, but most are built for the retail shopper on a B2C platform. Your business customers have specialized needs that aren’t being met by a retail shopping cart experience, and that capability gap is costing you money in lost orders and productivity. 


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Topics: B2B e-Commerce

5 Steps to Get, Keep and Grow Customers...Painlessly

Posted by Darcy Boerio on Jul 16, 2015 11:50:00 AM

CEO: “We want to grow, grow, grow!”

MARKETING: “Let’s try <insert cool new cloud/marketing thing here>!”

OPERATIONS: “How is that actually going to work with our existing stuff?”

If this conversation sounds all too familiar, you may be suffering from a common scenario of “Solution of Today = Pain of Tomorrow”.

So how can you break the cycle and tap into the activities that will really help your business without creating more pain?

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Website Pipeline Sales & Marketing Offsite Meeting

Posted by Ted Goudie on Jun 25, 2015 2:14:00 PM

One of the benefits of being headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina is that we’re surrounded by natural beauty, with mountains just to the north, the ocean just a few hours away, and lakes an hour to the west. Our sales and marketing teams recently spent a few days meeting offsite at Lake Keowee, focused on continuing the growth of Website Pipeline. In addition to folks from our office, we had remote employees come in from Florida, Ohio, and British Columbia. The northerners, in particular, loved the mid-90s temperatures we’ve been experiencing over the last few weeks.

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Topics: Culture