Brian Seidel is CEO and a cofounder of Website Pipeline. As CEO, Brian oversees product development, strategy, and business operations, driving profitable growth for the company since its inception in 1999.
Brian champions cloud-based solutions that help businesses get, keep and grow customers, leveraging the existing data in their Sage or Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems to transform the way they conduct business. He also engineers solutions that address complex customer needs, making Brian a go-to resource for businesses that want to leverage the full power of ERP-integrated websites.
When he's not in the office, Brian is usually found wakeboarding on Lake Keowee trying to master a new trick. Brian attended the University of Michigan.Read more about Brian Seidel on the Website Pipeline blog
Eric Ward is CTO and a cofounder of Website Pipeline. As Chief Technology Officer, he is responsible for the overall technology vision of Website Pipeline, including research and development and design. His professional focus is architecting, developing and delivering the very best in high-level, cloud-based e-commerce software systems for clients. You often hear him yelling something about Dependency Injection and SRP.
Eric is always well-armed and ready to battle in every Nerf war that pops up - at least when his guns don't jam. He's also an avid slalom water skier who can be found carving up Lake Hartwell. Eric attended Texas A&M University.Read more about Eric Ward on the Website Pipeline blog
Steve Norton recently joined the Website Pipeline team as our Chief Financial Officer. He brings with him many years of financial and operational experience, including over 10 years as the CFO of both publicly-traded and privately-held software businesses.
Steve enjoys the lake life at his new home on Lake Keowee, and he is celebrating the birth of his new grandson. He attended Michigan State University.Read more about Steve Norton on the Website Pipeline blog
Kerry joins us with a rich background in founding and building companies. He was a co-founder of Exponent, an online service that uses real-time data from existing sources to create new insights for businesses and individuals, and was also President of NCover, a company that develops and markets .NET code coverage tools.
Outside of the office, Kerry spends a lot of pre-dawn hours running the highways, bi-ways, and trails of the Upstate. He also enjoys spending time with his family or riding his Harley Softail Deuce. He attended the University of Florida and earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Director of Account Management
As the head of our Account Management team, Chris works hard to keep Website Pipeline customers happy. He assists our Account Managers with discovery and scoping of website upgrades and complex ERP integration changes.
Chris drank three Coronas once, and is known as "Tres Coronas" around the office. He won Blue Vase awards in 2012, 2013, and 2014. He attended Mars Hill University and is an avid UNC fan.Read more about Chris Bradley on the Website Pipeline blog
Technical Account Manager
Bruce has a background in ERP consulting, and his proficiencies include business process reviews, preparing software enhancement specifications, developing project plans, migrating legacy data, conducting conference room pilots, assisting with change management tasks, conducting user training, and preparing technical documentation.
Outside the office, his interests include photography, target shooting, and high performance driving events. Bruce attended Bob Jones University.Read more about Bruce Brown on the Website Pipeline blog
Customer Success Specialist
Liz George is a recent Clemson graduate who worked in technical and marketing roles during her college career, and she recently joined our customer success team.
She likes to spend as much time as she can outdoors with her dog Auggie - hiking, kayaking, and running. She was born in Australia and never lost her Aussie Pride.Read more about Liz George on the Website Pipeline blog
Spencer helps shepherd our customer projects from scoping through to completion, and is almost always wearing headphones at his desk - so he can listen to One Direction without interruption. If you call and get Spencer's voicemail, it's probably because he's calling into radio shows across the country to vote for One Direction on this week's Top 40.
An aficionado of the web and technology, Spencer believes flash mobs are poised for a comeback, and is hoping to launch a Kickstarter project soon to capitalize on that trend. When he's not working, Spencer choreographs local lip-dub videos and posts them on his mySpace. He attended Clemson University, where he served two semesters as President of the Lawn Bowling Society.Read more about Spencer Patrick on the Website Pipeline blog
Richard has a long tenure of work in Project Management, Application Development, and Data Center Management. He's passionate about making clients successful in systems integration, data warehouse data mining and ERP process improvement.
Outside of work, Richard enjoys fly fishing and anything that gets him on the water. He also enjoys photographing sports teams, sports, and landscapes. He attended the College of Charleston and Greenville Technical College.
Technical Account Manager
Danny works directly with customers to service their website and provide support for upgrades on existing websites. He also does design consultation/work for existing sites, and work on developing responsive solutions for existing customers.
Danny has also been known to shoot interns with Nerf guns on occasion, and can get upside-down on a wakeboard. Danny attended Clemson University.Read more about Danny Mecca on the Website Pipeline blog
Neiman manages customers accounts for Website Pipeline, and also does development work for the Account Management team. He won a Star Performer award in 2014.
If you're walking down Canal Street in New Orleans with Neiman, he'll have cheerful banter with each person you pass. Neiman attended Clemson University and the University of South Carolina.Read more about Neiman Schwartz on the Website Pipeline blog
Customer Care Specialist
After several years working as a Website Pipeline project manager, Dan moved to our Account Management team, where he is is obsessed with ensuring we have happy clients.
A Barber shop quartet sang "You are My Sunshine" to Dan...in front of the WHOLE office for his birthday. If you walk by Dan's desk, you may overhear any number of cartoon characters he can impersonate. He enjoys fishing and won a Star Performer award in 2014. Dan attended Ouachita Baptist University.Read more about Dan Pennell on the Website Pipeline blog
Customer Operations Director
Gary manages our project team. Our team takes new projects from sales and manages the projects through to launch and stabilization. They are dedicated to making sure the projects move through as efficiently as possible while, outputting a high quality product that creates satisfied customers.
Gary has been with Website Pipeline for more than ten years, and won the Blue Vase Award in 2005, 2008, 2011, 2013, as well as the Star Performer Award - 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014. Gary attended ECPI, Embry Riddle, and Southern Weslyan.Read more about Gary Lamb on the Website Pipeline blog
Jack has over 20 years of experience working in manufacturing and distribution environments as an engineer, manager, and for the past 10 years implementing and maintaining ERP systems. This sets him up perfectly to manage customer projects for Website Pipeline.
In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, sea kayaking, fly fishing, and hiking. Jack attended Georgia Tech and Southern California University.Read more about Jack Evans on the Website Pipeline blog
In his role as a Website Pipeline project manager, Charles helps deliver on the promises we make during the sales process, translating scope and requirements into actual blocks of work to be completed.
If a large Nerf dart whistles overhead while you're walking through our office, there's a good chance that Charles is shooting one of his Nerf cannons or bows. Duck!Read more about Charles Tennent on the Website Pipeline blog
Doug MacMillian joins us in the role of Technical Project Manager, leveraging years of software experience and expertise. Outside of work, Doug likes getting outdoors to enjoy cycling or golf and, during the winter months, he loves staying connected to basketball by officiating high school games.
He obtained a Bachelors Degree from Bob Jones University and a MBA from Clemson University, and has enjoyed an abundance of championships as a fan of Boston's professional sports teams.
Sabrina applies the skills she has acquired from previous work/school experience (design, code, etc.) to get things done as a Project Manager for Website Pipeline. She stalked Website Pipeline for the opportunity to join our team so she could bring both skill sets (customer service and web design/development) from her background to the table.
Sabrina is a die-hard Cleveland Browns fan, and she knows what you are thinking - you feel sorry for her, but just remember that she's a true fan. She's going to continue to root for her team win or lose (unfortunately, she's usually yelling at the tv or in the stands because they have lost). She attended Stark State College and Franklin University.Read more about Sabrina Milnes on the Website Pipeline blog
Robby works to integrate our ERP Sync Tool with with our customers' ERP software system to import and export data from our website to their back end system. Robby also made the bet that led to a Website Pipeline employee getting an ear pierced at lunch.
Robby really enjoys playing golf, and has played sports most of his life, and also enjoys being outdoors. He attended Clemson University.Read more about Robby Flair on the Website Pipeline blog
Business Operations Manager
Mollie manages all the Website Pipeline business office functions, including HR, accounting, and finance. Mollie's objectives are to: 1) keep employees happy; 2) ensure our customers and vendors are satisfied with prompt invoicing, payments, and follow-up on issues; 3) improve business processes as we grow; 4) have fun at work every day.
Mollie works so she can live at Lake Keowee on the weekends, slalom waterskiing year 'round! She really enjoys recruiting for Website Pipeline, because she likes developing relationships with prospective employees via college career fairs, email correspondence from job postings, and phone interviews. Mollie attended Clemson University.Read more about Mollie Woodside on the Website Pipeline blog
Sandy is our office mom, and is responsible for keeping the office running smoothly. Without coffee and snacks, this place starts breaking down fast!
Sandy spends her free time chauffeuring her kids around so they can enjoy their hobbies. She once got a selfie with Connor Shaw at a Panera, and she may have the best Southern accent in the office.Read more about Sandy Childress on the Website Pipeline blog
Like many of our employees, Vince enjoys playing and watching sports. He's a huge Atlanta Braves & Gamecock fan. Most of his time outside of work is spent with his wife, and their two-year-old daughter.
After high school, Vince served four years in the Marine Corps. While this was one of the most exciting times in his life we can't say too much more, or else... He attended the University of South Carolina and Winthrop University.Read more about Vince DeCrescenzio on the Website Pipeline blog
Lisa handles our banking and payroll, making sure everyone gets paid, and was one of the first three employees at Website Pipeline.
Lisa loves efficiency, so she would be a character from Harry Potter with magical powers if she could, apparating all around town to avoid the traffic and get things done. Lisa graduated from Auburn University.Read more about Lisa Seidel on the Website Pipeline blog
Master of the Universe
Steve believes he's a member of our "Art Department", so please don't spoil the secret by letting him know otherwise. As a front-end designer, he makes our customer websites pretty. He once took a summer job in the complex and morphing hallways of the Haunted Warehouse, where history's most atrocious haunted beings roam free when no one is looking.
Steve's favorite hobby is magnets. Just magnets. He attended the Art Institute of Atlanta, but they won't confirm that.Read more about Steve Magee on the Website Pipeline blog
If you're wondering what "graphic design" means, Matt offers these two nuggets: 1) "I color"; 2) "It's a field in which I can stare blankly into space throughout the day with blistering punk rock in my headphones and say... I'm just thinking." He was voted "Most likely to look surly" on WSP Employee Picture Day, but he's actually somewhat friendly on occasion.
Matt has been with Website Pipeline for more than ten years, and has won multiple Star Performer awards. He attended the School of Communication Arts in Raleigh, NC.Read more about Matt Gleason on the Website Pipeline blog
Front End Developer
Jon primarily designs and develops user interfaces and interactions for our core product, as well as custom applications that our clients request, often collaborating with other internal teams to get the job done. He also provides decent covering fire during Nerf raids, which makes him a valuable member of the team.
Jon's favorite hobby is writing code for personal projects and experiments, because he just can't get enough of it. Despite the fact that he must go outside on a daily basis, he remains quite the indoor enthusiast. Jon won Star Performer awards in 2008, 2008, 2011, 2012, and 2013, and also won a Blue Vase in 2010. He attended Greenville Technical College and The Internet.Read more about Jon Reece on the Website Pipeline blog
Hieu's life goal is to develop his own board or mobile game and bring it to production. He owns a 125 gallon salt water reef tank, loves camping & hiking, and dances like nobody's business. He's also into video games, board games, superheroes, comics, TV shows, watching movies, fitness, sports, the Gamecocks and Panthers sports teams, and learning coding languages!
Hieu went to school at USC Columbia & USC Upstate and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design.Read more about Hieu Ngo on the Website Pipeline blog
When Michelle's not working, she enjoys working on paintings, cuddling with her cats, watching Star Trek reruns, hiking the Blue Ridge mountains, and traveling to new cities just to play pinball. When she was around three or four, she distinctly remembers going to a Boston concert with her parents (they say it was actually Moody Blues, but she's pretty sure they’re fibbing).
Michelle went to the University of South Carolina Aiken for graphic design and briefly studied printmaking at Augusta University.Read more about Michelle Pakla on the Website Pipeline blog
Sales & Marketing
Sales Team Leader
Eric is a co-founder of Website Pipeline and leads our sales team. Eric's consultative approach to sales engagements helps insure that he prescribes solutions that truly meet customer needs. He won Star Performer awards in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014.
Eric is a bit obsessed with buying and selling cars and motorcycles, and may need counseling at some point. For this and other things. He attended the University of Michigan.Read more about Eric Alexander on the Website Pipeline blog
National Partner Manager
Don is a sales team veteran who consults with clients to find a Website Pipeline solution that meets their needs. Don also manages our relationships with key national partners. Don is a snappy dresser who also arranges all of our apparel for trade shows, a job he will surely hold for years to come, with his model looks.
A native of Maine, Don attended Husson College and now calls Greenville, SC home - most weekends, he can be found boating on one of our nearby lakes. Don won a Website Pipeline Star Performer award in 2013.Read more about Don Martin on the Website Pipeline blog
Senior Sales Consultant
Ray works on our Sales team in a sales consultant role, where he works with customer prospects from qualification through closing. Ray has many years in the ERP industry as a practice leader and sales consultant in the Microsoft Dynamics GP space.
A native of Georgia, Ray is also a published author. Though it took a few weeks, we've finally got him wearing shorts to the office. Ray attended the University of Georgia.Read more about Ray Scarborough on the Website Pipeline blog
Pat is a Greenville native who wanted to go to college at Hawaii, but ended up at Clemson instead. When he can't afford plane tickets, he resorts to playing in any intramural sports league that hasn't banned him from participation. (Pat's athletic skills will definitely help our WSP sports teams)
You can usually can find Pat on the water - whether on the coast paddle surfing, or taking his boat out on the lake. Traveling, especially overseas, is what gets his blood going. He can also do a standing backflip.Read more about Pat Scherz on the Website Pipeline blog
Clyde came to Website Pipeline from one of our customers, and recently joined our sales team after working in our PM and AM departments. He enjoys somewhat of a celebrity status around the office since, one fateful snow day in December, a friendly portrait of himself in pajamas, posing with his dog Duffy, went office viral and escalated into a company wide run on Clyde trinkets. Here at the office, one can still find his charming mug on the least expected of surfaces- mouse pads, break room puzzles, and well, er... mugs.
Clyde enjoys spending time in the South Carolina outdoors. He attended the University of South Carolina Upstate.Read more about Clyde Fowler on the Website Pipeline blog
Chandler loves traveling across the US and seeing live music (especially Umphrey's McGee.) To get his adrenaline going he enjoys mountain biking, reeling in a big fish, and any sport where he gets to stand sideways on a board.
Chandler's a Greenville native, but he roots for the Chicago sports teams. He attended the University of South Carolina.Read more about Chandler Watts on the Website Pipeline blog
Channel Development Manager
Darcy manages our referral partner relationships for the Eastern US. Her goal is to help our partners achieve their goals for new customer acquisition and existing customer satisfaction by making it easy for them to include our cloud-based front office suite as part of their ERP offering. She occasionally wears funny hats to our Sales & Marketing standup meetings.
Darcy co-hosts the Enterprise Software Podcast, which is the best source for enterprise software information and discussion. Darcy attended the University of Texas at Austin, and is currently based in Tampa, FL, where she enjoys time on the water boating and fishing.Read more about Darcy Boerio on the Website Pipeline blog
Johnathan introduces our integrated web/ERP platforms to qualified companies to help explore how we can solve "business pains," and make life easier for them and their customers. He works with potential clients and partners to conceive and cultivate meaningful business relationships and ensure that everybody wins.
Johnathan is most proud of the many performing arts and film projects he has been privileged to be a part of. Most notably, a solo performance of an adaptation of Shakespeare's Othello. He attended Northland International University and Bob Jones University. He loves hats.Read more about Johnathan Schofield on the Website Pipeline blog
Director of Digital Marketing
Ted helps support our sales and marketing efforts by finding more people to get into our sales funnel, and then help more of those prospects become customers. This includes website content, online advertising, email marketing, and more.
Ted is an avid photographer who loves spending time outdoors, which meshes perfectly with living in gorgeous Greenville, SC. He attended Baker College, but has Eternal Freshman status at several other colleges.Read more about Ted Goudie on the Website Pipeline blog
Content Marketing Specialist
Ashley is a Content Marketing Specialist who creates content that helps tell the Website Pipeline story. She writes for our blog, as well as working on emails and website content, marketing strategy, and drinking lots of coffee.
Ashley is a native of Michigan who has also lived in the Charlotte area, and she lived in a van named Gertrude in Australia for three months. She attended Northern Michigan University.Read more about Ashley Fenlon on the Website Pipeline blog
Content Marketing Specialist
Jack is a proud Greenville native and has enjoyed watching the evolution of his hometown in recent years. He's very passionate fan of the Clemson Tigers in all areas. He's also the second Jack Evans working at Website Pipeline.
Jack is an obsessive fan of college and professional sports; especially the Clemson Tigers and Boston Red Sox. He also enjoys playing golf and traveling with friends and family. He graduated from Clemson University.
Customer Care Specialist
Francis is the liaison between Website Pipeline and our customers. She monitors customer satisfaction and recommends approaches that we can implement to better serve customers.
Francis and her husband like to ride motorcycles in the mountains quite frequently, and she just recently got into motorcycle stunt riding. She also volunteers at a local animal shelter.Read more about Francis on the Website Pipeline blog
Chris is building our video presence with his skills producing and editing video. He's an accomplished video producer, having worked with and for several large advertising agencies.
Chris just moved to Greenville from Michigan (yes, another Michigander) and loves to play golf in his spare time. He attended the Motion Picture Institute of Michigan, and visited the Harvard campus (once).Read more about Chris Frendo on the Website Pipeline blog
ERP Team Lead
Mark describes his job as "regularly perform open heart surgery while the patient is still awake." He is fluent in FORTRAN, COBOL, LISP, Pascal, QBasic, all the ones that really matter in today's world.
Mark was #mindblown upon learning that light roast coffee has more caffeine than dark roast coffee. Mark's work helped win a Pinnacle award from Microsoft for a Dynamics GP implementation.Read more about Mark Davis on the Website Pipeline blog
Louis is 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, and he also helps manage a team that integrates the customer's ERP system to our website by integrating our sync tool, ERPDriver. He also showed up to work recently wearing a massive title belt for winning a nearby drinking establishment's cornhole tournament.
Louis loves acting & theatre - being a performer and bringing a message or theme to people. He won Star Performer awards in 2013 and 2014, and attended the University of South Carolina.Read more about Louis Roselli on the Website Pipeline blog
Product Release Team Lead
Jason helps shape the Website Pipeline product offering, and worked for Eric Alexander before coming directly to WSP. Thankfully, he came to his senses. If he were a movie character, Jason would be The Wolf, Harvey Keitel's character from Pulp Fiction.
Don't take Jason lightly when the bags are out, as he holds these titles: Fedex Day 2014 Cornhole Champion, Pub Day 2014 Cornhole Champion.Read slightly more about Jason Bagwell on the Website Pipeline blog
David works with the rest of our security team to make our clients' websites as secure as possible. David won a Star Performer award in 2014.
In his spare time, David enjoys riding bicycles, because (to paraphrase Robin Williams) it's the closest you can get to flying. He attended Clemson University.Read more about David Cohen on the Website Pipeline blog
Alex writes and edits code in our software base to quickly move new clients toward their website launch goals. Many clients have specific requests and needs for their websites, and our team aims to fulfill those requests efficiently while producing a pleasing result.
Alex has also been known to win a game or two of cornhole around the office, and attended Clemson University and Eastern Michigan University. He's also lethal with Nerf darts, so protect your face if you are within a 20-foot radius.Read more about Alex Berk on the Website Pipeline blog
Eric does a bit of discovery with clients, create plans for custom development and manage the queue of work for the development team. Occasionally, he also get to do a bit of development work. More importantly, he sneaks into Gary Lamb's office and sets up One Direction knickknacks, because Gary is their biggest fan. It's really fulfilling to see how Gary's face lights up when there's a new item on his desk or windowsill.
Eric once built an entire life-size tree house out of popsicle sticks, though he was pretty depressed when he woke up and realized it was a dream. However, it stuck with him and helps him strive to grow into his full potential. He has been collecting popsicle sticks ever since. Eric won a Star Performer award in 2014.Read more about Eric Johnston on the Website Pipeline blog
John Mark Smotherman
PM Technical Lead/Training Lead
John Mark runs our training team and our training wiki, and is always looking for ways to improve our teams and processes. He has a massive collection of silly hats because we should never take ourselves too seriously. He once called in sick to avoid having his picture taken.
John Mark likes homebrewing, because it's like "science+cooking." He won a Star Performer award in 2013 and a Blue Vase award in 2014, and attended Clemson University.Read more about John Mark Smotherman on the Website Pipeline blog
Brian has been with Website Pipeline for more than ten years, and provides quotes for dev projects, resolves a lot of random issues and some high level tickets, and codes many of our business-critical server-side objects. He also writes technical plans for object development.
Brian loves building things from recycled wood to get away from the desk, and finds carpentry a bit more forgiving than coding. He attended Winthrop University and won Star Performer awards in 2008, 2008, 2012, 2013, and 2014.Read more about Brian Cain on the Website Pipeline blog
Joe helps integrate our Sync Tool into new ERP systems, and also to support existing ERP systems. He's proud of winning
every FedEx day cornhole tournament at Website Pipeline. He is known (to himself, exclusively) as the "Reigning Cornhole Champion For All Mankind."
An avid guitarist, his first guitar teacher was Dave Sabo of Skid Row. Joe attended Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.Read more about Joe Kohler on the Website Pipeline blog
Ryan works on a lot of internal upgrades, especially on the Website Pipeline Extranet. If there are changes needed or helpful modules that could be included, he is usually one of the people who works on them.
Ryan has been playing soccer since he was little, and fell in love with Manchester United because they also had a Ryan. He's also holding out for an X-Wing fighter, so please contact him directly if you have one for sale or lease. Ryan attended Furman University.Read more about Ryan Maas on the Website Pipeline blog
As the Website Pipeline Ticket Master, Hunter frequently has the first response to live site issues: debugging webpages, analyzing data, and providing general website assistance.
Hunter is a gearhead who likes tinkering with just about anything. Whether it's rewiring an old house, installing a car exhaust, or running an irrigation system , he can spend hours fixing, breaking, and modifying things, though not always in that order. Hunter attended Clemson University.Read more about Hunter Summersett on the Website Pipeline blog
You may recognize Kyle's face from the video on the Website Pipeline homepage - he's currently known internally as "the face of Website Pipeline", but he'll likely be replaced after we have open tryouts in the near future. When he's not modeling, Kyle also does development work on our Account Management team.
Kyle has tried out for each season of American Idol, performing a routine of classic show tunes wearing tap shoes. Though he has never moved on past the first stage, he was once interviewed in the parking lot by Triumph The Insult Comic Dog. He attended Clemson University.Read more about Kyle Gehrman on the Website Pipeline blog
Andrew works on the Sync Tool that we use to push and pull data from our clients' ERP to and from the website. He attended the University of South Carolina.
Andrew's favorite hobby is Fantasy Football. He likes watching football as well as thinking about the way the game can be played. It is fun for him to calculate out how an offense can be better or worse dependent on what kind of coordinator the player is playing for and competing against his friends.Read more about Andrew Kazura on the Website Pipeline blog
We recently hired CJ after he graduated from Clemson University. He loves people and is very approachable, but don't let that fool you - he's very competitive and driven to be the best at everything.
CJ loves to play sports, watch TV & movies, and sleep. If he's not doing one of those things, he's probably eating.Read more about CJ Onyeukwu on the Website Pipeline blog
Alex helps develop new security modules for sites, and upgrade current sites with new modules, or to bring them up to date on security standards. Alex would like to be Bender Bending Rodriguez from Furturama. Who wouldn't want to be a Cigar smoking, beer drinking robot from the year 3000?
Alex attended Furman University and won the Most Interesting Employee Question-and-Answer award for this gem:
"Would you want to fight 1 horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses. I would fight 100 duck-sized horses. Sure I might get tired after about 40, but if we think about it. How hard could it be to fight 100 tiny horses? However, if you go against a horse-sized duck, that thing will do some serious damage. At that size, it is basically just a Velociraptor from Jurassic Park that will chew you up like a giant piece of bread!"Read more about Alex Valis on the Website Pipeline blog
He once got his ear pierced at lunch after losing a bet in the office on a practice putting green, which led to an office-wide Photoshop thread that ultimately turned him into Justin Bieber. He also won a Participation Trophy in a now legendary parking lot footrace.
Nathan plays on the Website Pipeline badminton team, and is the captain of our synchronized swimming team. He is hoping to start a rhythmic gymnastics squad in 2016. He attended Clemson University.Read more about Nathan Welch on the Website Pipeline blog
Tristan is a developer on our Account Management team, where he works on solutions for our customers.
About 15 years ago Tristan was abducted by aliens. They replaced his head with what appears to be a horse head. It also has a beanie. The head actually grows with his body. It's pretty creepy. Tristan attended Clemson University.Read more about Tristan Walters on the Website Pipeline blog
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John won Star Performer awards in 2009 and 2010. He attended Bob Jones University.Read more about John Summerlin on the Website Pipeline blog
Mark is a developer on our ERP team, and he interned with Website Pipeline in 2015. Now that he's done with college, we somehow managed to convince him to come back, and he'll be working on our Scale development team.
Mark attended the University of South Carolina.Read more about Mark Tong on the Website Pipeline blog
Bradley recently graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Computer Information Systems. He'll be progressing through developer training and then joining our PM team.
When he's away from his cool standing desk, he enjoys anything sports-related. If it's not related to sports, Bradley enjoys spending time trying new things and hanging out with friends and family.Read more about Bradley Briggs on the Website Pipeline blog
Daniel attended University of South Carolina for undergrad and just completed a Master's in software engineering.
Daniel has been playing soccer most of his life, and has lived in 3 countries and 2 states (USA, Argentina, Chile; California, SC). He's scuba dived in three of the Hawaiian islands, and believes that allergies should have been extinct by now due to natural selection.
Jacob recently joined the company as a Software Developer. He worked through our training regimen and currently works on our ERP development team.
Jacob attended the University of South Carolina.Read more about Jacob Meigs on the Website Pipeline blog
Andrew joined us as a full-time developer after spending a summer internship with us. He spends more time than he probably should on games; either playing them (a long-time fan of Monster Hunter) or (trying to) develop them.
Andrew attended Clemson University. The latest (of many) projects he's working on is building a game with his brother from scratch (with nothing but the C++ standard library and OpenGL). He also tends to abuse parentheses.
Steven joins us after earning his Master's in Computer Science, but also has more than a decade of experience working in the software industry. He has ambitious plans to build some cool technology projects using microcontrollers (think: Arduino) and physical computing.
After working two jobs while in grad school, Steven hasn't had much time for hobbies, so let him know if you have any ideas. He attended Clemson University.
Neal joins us after ten years working at a local software company, and his coding skills are self-taught.
Outside of work, Neal likes to build things using software, electronics, a 3D printer, or wood. He also enjoys puzzles and games of any kind, along with spending time with his family. He attended Clemson University.
Some of Brady's favorite hobbies include watching football and playing Super Smash Bros. Even though he's a software developer, he's also Adobe ACA Certified in Premiere Pro, because video editing is hobby of his as well.
Brady attended Clemson University, and he can make some pretty awesome sound effects with just his voice.
Mike Hodges joins Website Pipeline as a Software Developer, and brings over 17 years of software development experience.
When he's not at work, Mike enjoys playing video games and spending time with his kids. He is a graduate of East Tennessee State University and, like many Pipeliners, is a huge fan of college football.
Software Development Interns
Software Developer - Intern
James is a rising senior at Furman University, and is working on increasing Furman cred around the office.
James wants to get good at Counter Strike: Global Offensive, so if you want to help get him out of Silver Hell, ask him for his Steam profile.
Software Developer - Intern
Cannon joins us during a gap year. He's a fan of South Carolina Gamecock football, despite the pain involved, and he'll never turn down a QT run.
Cannon likes being active outdoors, including fishing, hunting, and playing tennis. He's currently a Junior at Duke University.Read more about Cannon Palms on the Website Pipeline blog
Director of IT Operations
Mark oversees our server and network architecture. He's an IT veteran who started on help desk and worked his way up through the ranks, acquiring the skills and experience needed to build, maintain, and maximize complex technical solutions.Read more about Mark Cavallo on the Website Pipeline blog
Senior Systems Administrator
When Coolie was 12, he began taking computers apart and trying to figure out how to put them back together. His skills have definitely improved since then, but he still ends up with screws left over, like the rest of us. Outside of work, he loves being active with his wife and their dogs. He loves sports that run the gamut from bowling to flag football.
Coolie was a military brat who has lived all over the world, including: Okinawa Japan, Cocoa Beach, Aviano Italy, Pittsburgh, and Panama City, among other places. He attended ECPI College of Technology and the University of Phoenix.Read more about Coolie Sheppard on the Website Pipeline blog
System Administrator & IT Jedi Master
Nate Henderson's official title at Website Pipeline is Network Administrator. Throughout the office, however, he is better known as "the guy who fixes everything". And he's awesome. Seriously.
Through the colder months, Nate enjoys Frisbee Golf. But during the summer and year-round he spends most of his time playing PC games. He attended Greenville Technical College and DeVry.Read more about Nate Henderson on the Website Pipeline blog