Website Pipeline designs, builds, hosts and supports B2B and B2C e-commerce websites that integrate with ERP (financial and inventory) software systems. Ecommerce websites with ERP integrations is our only business. We have tens-of-thousands of hours of experience doing it, and we’re great at it.
We’re obviously biased, but we think we have an exceptional product. The product is feature-rich, scalable, and it works. But we don’t stop at the product. We have great people and a solid infrastructure that you can depend upon.
You never know what you're getting when you find a web development firm online, so we’ll lay it out for you. We work in a traditional office environment. We lease a 7,200 sq ft office on the second floor of a much larger 3-story black-glass office building. It’s located about 100 feet from I-385 in Greenville, South Carolina (at the N Pleasantburg Drive exit). We have 30+ employees working right here in our office. People actually show up to the office to work. Some of us have offices with glass walls and doors. Most of us work in cubes. We all have desks. Most of us have filing cabinets that rarely get used for files (it’s mostly electronic here). We work traditional office hours for the most part – some of us burn the midnight oil.
We grew up speaking English in our homes. We’re not trying to be politically incorrect; we just understand that technical projects have enough communication gaps on their own. They don’t need an English language translation problem piled on top.
We have a break room with an overloaded fridge in it. Linda (our office manager and team mom) goes to Sam’s Club and buys snacks every couple of weeks. The junk food is gone in a few days. Some people leave dishes in the sink, but they never admit who they are. Sometimes Linda throws the dishes away. If you check our dumpster, you could probably find some decent coffee cups in there.
We still have a real fax machine (that squeaks when we get faxes). We also have a 60 lb dinner bell that we ring every time we sell or launch a project. We had to get a cast iron stand custom-built to hold it. It’s really loud. Other people (in neighboring offices) on our floor started evacuating the building the first time we rang the bell. It was pretty funny… but they’re used to it now. All of our employees stop working when we ring it to come out and get the details. Then we applaud and get back to work (except the sales guys… they blow smoke for 10-15 more minutes). Every 3 bell rings we get lunch brought in. We work hard, but have a lot of fun. We are total geeks about website development. We live, eat, breath, and sleep it. Most of our employees work during the day and go home at night and write code for fun. One guy wrote a program that allows him to scan his garbage before he throws it away. It goes online with the UPC code, calls a publicly available web service, and adds the item to his grocery list. That’s the kind of people we like to hire. That’s the kind of people that are ready to work on your project.
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