Now more than ever it is vital for a business to centralize their financials.
As you know, “commerce” now involves both brick-and-mortar stores and selling on multiple channels online. And that’s just the first layer of complexity—this year at QuickBooks Connect, I learned that the average SMB uses approximately 15 applications to manage their business.
Unfortunately, many businesses are still manually entering in much of their sales, inventory, and shipping data into their QuickBooks. But why? This method creates many problems, some of them include:
While an ERP may feel like a logical step for a maturing SMB, I would recommend waiting. If you are considering an ERP, it’s likely that you already have many of the necessary tools, but still struggle because those tools are not in sync. When your tools are not in sync, they cause a mess and confusion, which is more manual work. Continue reading →
We invite all QuickBooks Connect attendees to stop by Booth B1 to
Guess how many LEGOs are in the box for a chance to win an Amazon Echo;
watch a demo of Webgility’s Unify and instantly earn $50;
earn even more for every client referred for a demo;
take our Trusted Advisor survey—to give input on program direction and be part of its new program—for a chance to win an Oculus Rift;
get your Avalara passport stamped—Webgility’s B1 is an official stop!
Every year we look forward to QuickBooks Connect, because it brings together two of our favorite groups—QuickBooks ProAdvisors and SMBs. We’ve recently added some amazing capabilities to help online sellers make it easier to run their back-office and we’re looking forward to sharing it with the QuickBooks community.
Experts from Marketo and Intuit join the Board of Advisors of our rapidly growing company
Today we strengthened our advisory board with the addition of two industry gurus: Frederick Ball, a recognized business leader with more than 25 years of financial management experience, and Jeff Langston, a senior executive engineering leader with a passion for delivering innovative products through durable technology. As you know, we’re growing rapidly, in terms of both our customer base and our technology. This is why Fred’s business acumen and Jeff’s product leadership will be invaluable to Webgility as we continue our mission to calm the chaos for online sellers and make e-commerce operations as simple and powerful as possible.
Frederick Ball recently served as the chief financial officer of Marketo, a leading provider of a cloud-based enterprise marketing platform which he helped take public. Prior to Marketo, Fred was the chief financial officer for a number of public and private technology companies, including Webroot Software, BigBand Networks, and Borland Software. Fred is also on the board of directors at ESI(ESIO), Advanced Energy (AEIS), SendGrid, and Engagio. Fred recently shared: “Webgility’s new Virtual ERP is leading the way in bringing order, efficiency, and scale to today’s chaotic workflows. I know from my years working with small businesses at Marketo just how real the problem is that Webgility has finally solved. I look forward to helping the company continue to innovate e-commerce operations.” We couldn’t agree more, Fred.
Jeff Langston is an executive engineering leader with a passion for delivering innovative products through durable technology. From tech startups to leading a 1000+ person global engineering organization, he has a proven track record leading winning software teams. As Senior Vice President of Product Development for Intuit’s Small Business Group, Jeff was responsible for the development and technical operation of the QuickBooks product line and third-party developer platform. Previously, he was Chief Technology Ofﬁcer and Vice President of Engineering at Tempo Payments Inc. Jeff attended Stanford University, where he earned a MS in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Smart Product Design, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, Jeff is advising startups and coding independently. Jeff also shared his enthusiasm for the Webgility mission: “Webgility is poised to change e-commerce as we know it. The company’s growth trajectory is remarkable; I’m very excited to work with this talented team as they focus on solving important e-commerce related problems to help small businesses succeed.”
Welcome aboard Jeff and Fred, we’re so happy to have you as part of our team.
As you know, we’ve been busy around here relaunching eCC Cloud as Unify and eCC Desktop as Unify Enterprise. As these are the first products to allow multi-channels retailers to run and optimize all operations from a single view, response from the e-commerce industry has been overwhelmingly positive. But wait, there’s more. Continue reading →
At this week’s Scaling New Heights (Intuit/Woodward Events) conference in New Orleans, our travel team shared some important news: We’re improving and expanding our Webgility Affiliate Program! Effective immediately, participating Affiliates will provide value-added services to e-commerce sellers using eCC software. As an added benefit, Affiliates will have access to the Webgility QuickBooks Premier Reseller License, which means Affiliates can offer their clients the same great pricing for QuickBooks products that Webgility has negotiated. What’s more, Webgility Affiliates receive a 28% commission on all QuickBooks Enterprise sales. This exciting development allows our Affiliates to better serve their clients by providing essential tools for full compliance and e-commerce business success, which includes Webgility eCC software.