We specialize in all things eCommerce—from user experience strategy and interface design to high-end hosting optimization; from custom module development to data integration.
Our team is comprised of an eager bunch of expert e-commerce technical, strategic and creative folk led by Michael Bower. We approach problems cheerfully and energetically.
Jachin’s operational brilliance is a major contributing factor for Sellry’s continual growth. He hires wisely, formulates strategy fluently, and executes flawlessly. When he’s not keeping Sellry humming he enjoys spending family time, assisting other entrepreneurs and outsmarting fish.
Twelve years in e-commerce means Michael “gets” the growing pains merchants feel. Michael’s enthusiastic drive to help clients achieve infects the team. When he’s not typing loudly, Michael enjoys rock climbing, mountain biking, and trying (but failing) to imitate Chris Thile on the mandolin.
He’s a master communicator with six years in logistics; Dillon is good at seeing both sides of the issues as well as untangling them. When he’s not helping clients find the most direct path forward, Dillon likes reading, whitewater rafting, and ultimate Frisbee. And arguing with Michael.
David is a chap who travels frequently, learning new languages and delving into new books. But don’t think that that means you won’t find him enjoying activities such as rock climbing or ice hockey, the latter of which he’s practically enjoyed since the moment he debut’d on this planet.
Noelle is the Yin to Sellry’s technical Yang. She loves planning company retreats and team meetings and enjoys hosting Sellry’s podcast. Her passion for keeping a healthy work-life balance in the workplace is what keeps many on the Sellry team happy and on their feet.
If you’re looking for a crazy conversation about business psychology, Creighton might be the person you want to talk to. Creighton’s hobbies include ultimate frisbee, volleyball, and a little bit of woodworking, but he’s always interested in learning something new.
Always watchful, always meticulous, Aimee is quite literally always there when it comes to support requests. She has the best track record of any of us for responding to emails with proper grammar. Aimee enjoys reading, playing video games, watching movies, and visiting Barnes & Noble.
It’s no wonder we task him with our very most difficult technical challenges…Alex has been known to win our “cleanest code” award even for programming languages he doesn’t know! Additional trivia: Alex has an advanced degree in virtual reality / augmented reality programming.
Optimistic yet level-headed, Ajay brings a stable, relational approach to Sellry projects. It helps to have a steel trap mind that breaks down technical conundrums faster than you can say “conundrum”. Aside from work, Ajay enjoys airsoft, traveling to Japan and time with family and friends.
With a background in management and sales, a knack for communication and dogged self discipline, Sergey is the consummate technical professional. When he’s not interfacing between client and developer, you can find Sergey free diving, reading a book, or getting swole at the gym.
Keilor’s worked 4 years on Magento, but by the looks of his code, it may as well have been 40. He uses his left brain to work with webservices and on the right does theme development. He’s incredibly responsible and loves giving back. When he’s not coding he’s out running with his dogs.
He has a penchant for terms like “highly available infrastructure”, which sounds awesome whatever it means. To compensate for his geekdom, Courtney volunteers as a firefighter but secretly manages to have a faster internet connection than everybody except Ajay.
Rudy always looks mournful, although we have no idea why. (he assures us he’s happy!) Rudy takes the gold for most platforms developed on as well as multidisciplinary experience in fields like SEO, Rudy is one of Sellry’s most versatile developers. Within Sellry, he goes by Fozzie…one day he’ll recover.
Nik prides himself on ending university with honor then being expelled from post grad because he took all his time building a social network. He loves solving weird bugs and trying to imitate Hendrix on the guitar (at this time not very well). He threatens to quit and go start a game studio, but we think he’s bluffing.
We wouldn’t have guessed it from millions of lines of code written, but Dmitry says he is a lazy person because he only wants to do something once. He does half his coding from the beaches of Thailand, where he insists it’s the local internet’s fault that he can’t join meetings, but he’s probably just staying focused.
A songwriter and trained as a concert pianist, Maria’s infectious laugh is music to the ears of the rest of us. She’s organized, outspoken and a go-getter, and when it comes to managing a project to completion Maria hasn’t failed yet.
We all envy Andy. For one thing, he’s “nerd-cool” because he codes with technologies like Angular and Node that most of us only dream about. For another thing, his hobby is drifting cars, which makes him certifiably cool in anyone’s book.