Mission: Integrate technology and marketing solutions that deliver measurable customer success.
Join Bayshore Solutions at the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition @IRCE_Official from June 5th - 8th in Chicago. We'll be at booth #1673 to support the e-commerce industry with our digital expertise. #IRCE18
Bayshore Solutions will be attending the ProgressNEXT conference in Boston! Visit us at our booth on 5/30 and 5/31 to learn how we support our customers as they implement #Sitefinity.
We have a smart, fun, team-oriented culture and we want to meet other like-minded digital experts who enjoy working in a team enviornment.
We offer competitive benefits including medical/dental/vision, voluntary benefits, short term disability, long term disability, basic life, 401(k), company bonus program, employee referral program, free covered parking (Tampa), monthly CEO luncheons, monthly "Town Hall" all-staff exchanges, cell phone discount programs, employee assistance program, medical FSA's and dependent care FSA's, PTO, paid holidays, continuing education, corporate fitness reimbursement program, creative casual attire, Flex Friday program and MORE!
Additionally, we have a super fun culture committee who organize events which include team building activities, chili cook-offs, corn hole tournaments, potlucks, First Friday breakfasts and much more!
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Areas of Professional Expertise
We strive to create a family environment and a commitment to each other that is rarely seen. We are a culture that encourages collaboration, innovation, creativity and the willingness to go the extra mile for our clients and co-workers
At Bayshore Solutions we understand that our community has provided us with many opportunities and as result we are committed to applying our skills and expertise to make a positive impact in return. We encourage our associates to become active and seek out ways for our firm to become involved in our communities.
Our partnerships: NopCommerce, Progress Sitefinity, Hubspot, Ucommerce
#1 nopCommerce open-source ecommerce solutions partner in U.S.
Progress Sitefinity Premier Solutions Partner
Agency Agile methodology
The Bayshore Team had a blast exhibiting and learning at the Synapse Innovation Summit in Tampa, January 2019!
Bayshore Solutions CEO, Kevin Hourigan attends the Digital Mastermind conference in Las Vegas October 2018
Progress Sitefinity honors Bayshore Solutions with Partner Collaboration Award!
Check out our Thought Leadership blogs:
I have been working at Bayshore Solutions full-time (Less than a year)
The culture is awesome. I am excited to come to work everyday and make an impact. I've had the opportunity to learn about different industries and help clients grow their businesses. Co-workers are very supportive and the work-life balance is great.
None at this moment in time.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work!
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bayshore Solutions (Tampa, FL).
I applied via one of the major job boards (Monster, Dice, etc.). There was no phone interview, but I was invited to interview at the main offices. My initial interview was with one of the managers, then with one of the web designers there. It was a fairly standard interview, in which I was able to show my portfolio and asked various questions about my experience and work history. The thing that stood out to me the most was my conversation with the web designer and his description of the work environment. I had never talked to someone in a job interview who was quite so unenthusiastic about how the teams worked together and the types of work they did. It was a definite alarm that told me the work environment was fairly negative.
I was asked to come back for a second interview, where I met with one of the Principals of the company and it all seemed to go pretty well. I was cautiously optimistic about having had a chance to talk to the leadership and my qualifications seemed to be well received. That was perhaps what made it somewhat baffling and a bit irksome that even after contacting the company via email about their hiring decision, I never heard a word back either way.
In the years since I have heard various colleagues and associates of mine confirm that I was perhaps fortunate to not have worked in what has essentially be described as a turn-and-burn approach to design and dev personnel. I think my impressions from the first interview may have been dead on.