Greenville, SC — March 27, 2017 — Website Pipeline, the market leader in ERP-integrated eCommerce, announced today its sponsorship of Sage Summit 2017, which takes place May 9-11th in Atlanta, Georgia.
Sage Summit bills itself as "the largest gathering of small and medium businesses in the world" and offers the opportunity to "learn how to steer your business toward a brighter tomorrow". This aligns well with Website Pipeline's target market and the value we bring to our customers, as many of our them are also Sage customers aiming to transform their business by unlocking critical ERP data and connecting it to their website.
Website Pipeline plans to take a large contingent of employees to this year's Summit, including representation from these teams:
- Sales & Marketing
- Product Development
- Project Management
- Account Management
- ERP/Sync Tool Development
- Business Operations
Presentation During the Event
Our CEO, Brian Seidel, will be presenting a session on Wednesday May 10th, at 2:45pm titled:
Major Software Categories Are Colliding: Navigating the increasingly complex world of ERP, CRM, Ecommerce, and CIM
This session is back by popular demand, and updated for emerging technologies in 2017. The major categories of software that help companies to get, keep, and grow customers are colliding, including ERP, CRM, e-commerce, PIM, Help Desk, Data Hubs, EDI, and the new player: CIM (Customer Interaction Management). In this session, we will provide a framework to discovering your true needs and then prioritizing those needs so you can make informed decisions about your software spending.
For more information on this session or to add it to your agenda you can click here or search for Session ID: SP-103
For other places to find us on the road this year, check out our Road Show Schedule page.
About Website Pipeline
Website Pipeline is based in Greenville, SC, with more than 60 employees on staff. The company has won recent growth awards, including Deloitte’s 2015 Fast 500 list of the fastest-growing technology companies. Our customer base consists of North American wholesale and manufacturing companies who sell to other companies – many also sell to the public.
We build B2B eCommerce solutions that integrate with Sage and Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems, leveraging the existing data in these ERP systems to create customer-facing tools allowing self-service at anytime, from anywhere, and on any device. B2B companies use our tools to build a fence around their existing customer base, get more new customers, and increase sales from existing customers.