Webgility Celebrates 15 Years of Helping Grow Ecommerce Businesses
Image The ecommerce automation SaaS company started as the solution to manual data entry and is thrilled to now serve 5,000+ organizations.
Webgility Webgility SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Launched as a side hustle in 2007, Webgility is celebrating 15 years in business and its evolution into the Modern Commerce Workspace™ helping online sellers automate their accounting, inventory, and much more.
Fifteen years ago, Webgility founder and CEO Parag Mamnani sold his house and poured all his savings into finding a way to help ecommerce businesses simplify and automate their operations. The economy was shrinking, but he was optimistic and willing to take the risk. Mamnani then recruited a team to create and launch Webgility, the revolutionary product that solves the pain point of manual data entry for ecommerce sellers. Now, a decade and a half later, the team has worked with thousands of entrepreneurs who have that same can-do attitude on which the company was founded.
“Small business owners have tremendous creativity and drive but struggle under a mountain of complicated data and manual tasks,” Mamnani said. “I started Webgility to help these businesses with tools and insights to help them grow. I’m proud to have served so many great businesses and delighted by all the recognition we’ve received for not only our software, but the quality of our service.”
The SaaS company had an eventful year leading up to this milestone, including: Launching key partnerships to bring ecommerce automation to thousands of companies using QuickBooks
Recognition from G2 as a leader in multichannel retail, ecommerce data integration, inventory control, and several other categories
Processing $7.8B of GMV, 56M orders, and over 60M products for its customer base that comprises 5,000+ organizations
Transitioning to a fully remote team of more than 150 employees and hiring […]
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