When WestPoint Home's ecommerce division was founded, it quickly became apparent that its processes were too slow. The team had to first "translate" data from manufacturing-relevant information to information that made sense for consumer platforms. They then had to input this data into 30 different account forms.
The team at WestPoint Home knew there had to be a better way. They discovered this better way upon hearing of a then-new startup: Salsify.
“We'd always be like, 'There's got to be a better way to do this' … [When we heard of Salsify] we were sold right away … we were just amazed at how you could just load data and then it could be copied out to different forms.”
“We have made Salsify a verb internally in the company. Anytime I hear of an issue in a meeting, I'm always like, 'I can Salsify that' … and once I did about five demos, the executive team was like, 'Why aren't we using this company-wide?'"”
“I hear from account managers who say, 'Jen, that task used to take me three hours. It took me five minutes now. You gave me three hours back in my life' … [Salsify] makes everyone's lives a lot easier and more efficient.”