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Best Places to Work: SupplyPike

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SupplyPike is an innovative cloud-software startup nestled in the hills of the Ozarks. It has helped more than 200 Walmart suppliers by providing a single platform to unify and orchestrate the different facets of their business.

With a continued commitment to doing right by customers while ensuring employees feel supported and engaged, SupplyPike flourishes by living out its values in both the community and with its people. While SupplyPike’s values, community, and employees were all tested in the past year, all have emerged stronger and more resilient.

Laughter, speed-typing and even an air horn sound effect for successes small and large are the sounds SupplyPike employees hear daily. And those are the sounds that make SupplyPike a fulfilling place to work.

From Monday morning stand-ups to Friday roundtables, the entire company is challenged daily to reach for higher goals — all while having fun along the way. Home to a results-oriented culture, SupplyPike has a specific set of core values that include intellectual curiosity, collaboration, leanness and agility, intellectual integrity, empathy and play.

Although 2020 was a year like none other, SupplyPike was able to apply its values in new, creative ways to continue growing.

Employees at SupplyPike enjoy a kitchen sink of perks and bonuses — free lunches on Friday, unlimited paid time off (PTO), competitive salaries and benefits, sponsored team events and regular gifts and recognition for birthdays, work well done, and personal life events.

Since moving online the company has been communicating on the Slack platform, which has led to the evolution of a “SupplyPike-ian” language throughout each channel. Perhaps no one outside of SupplyPike understands this blend of memes, gifs and emojis, but it speaks to how SupplyPike feels like home even if people are not physically together.


During the pandemic, SupplyPike went to a fully remote work environment and ensured that all employees had sufficient equipment and hardware to complete their work.

Each Friday, SupplyPike hosts a staff-wide roundtable, with games for the first 15-20 minutes followed by casual updates on the progress of each team.

SupplyPike created multiple social Slack channels to ensure employees felt connected and not isolated. These included daily photo challenges, weekly quarantine games and more.

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