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Anvyl

About

We believe everyone should be able to make the physical products they want to see in the world. We add simplicity to a complex global process so that everyone in supply chain can benefit from it. Our technology saves brands time and money while providing actionable data for the first time.

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Values

  • Customer First

    We put customers at the center of everything we do.

  • Empathy Always

    We take into consideration and understand each individuals’ perspective.

  • Clarity and Context

    We provide transparency and open discussion for full understanding.

  • Bias for Action

    We move quickly without compromising quality of execution.

Insider experiences

What’s your favorite thing about working at Anvyl?

Getting to wake up every day to help build and shape the direction of our product alongside talented, intelligent, and creative people. Also, getting to solve real user pain in an incredibly complex and antequated industry.

Rodney Manzo
Founder & CEO
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Jim D'Arcangelo
VP, Marketing
Edson Greenwood
VP, Customer Success & Operations
Tory Grenier
VP, Product Management
Amanda Rice
VP, Sales
Andrea Katolin
Executive Assistant
Shannon Hyland
Sr. Accountant

Other announcement

Anvyl Featured in The Org's Best Startups to Work at in 2022

Anvyl was featured in The Org's list of best startups to work at in 2022! Check it out here.

Other announcement

How Supply Chain Management Startup Anvyl Sees Itself as “The Operating System for Global Production”

How Supply Chain Management Startup Anvyl Sees Itself as “The Operating System for Global Production”

With a blend of experience from the U.S. military, DTC startups and supply chain operations, founder and CEO Rodney Manzo explains how his startup Anvyl is using data analytics to simplify complex supply chain processes. Read more here.

Team announcement

Meet Anvyl’s Vice President of Sales, Amanda Rice

Meet Anvyl’s Vice President of Sales, Amanda Rice

Amanda Rice started a career in sales because of her dad. “I was a political science major in college and I had no idea what I wanted to do but I quickly learned that working at a nonprofit wasn't going to pay my bills,” Amanda recalled. “And so my dad recommended I start a sales career because he also worked in sales.” Amanda’s first role in sales was as a sales development representative (SDR) and after that, she never looked back. She kept climbing up the corporate ladder — first to Account Executive, then SDR Manager, and eventually Director of Sales, where she has strengthened her skills in building inside sales teams. Amanda found her way to Anvyl when she worked closely with the company as a consultant. During that time she was able to get to know the team, product and industry well. “I knew nothing about the supply chain industry but found it really interesting to join a company where the product could have an impact on so many other companies that are trying to create physical goods,” Amanda said. Another factor that attracted her to the business was the exciting opportunity to rebuild some of the foundations for Anvyl’s sales team and set the team up for success moving forward. Amanda joined Anvyl in November 2021 as its VP of Sales. In this role, she oversees a team of fifteen people, composed of SDRs, account executives, sales managers and revenue operations professionals. “So my day looks like everything from training and setting up the reps for success, to thinking through the high-level strategy and processes that we need to put in place for the business to be successful,” Amanda said. “I also spend a lot of time hiring for the team, as well as working to make sure that everyone across the org is happy and wants to stay a part of Anvyl.” Since her start at the company, Amanda has already made many impactful contributions to Anvyl’s business. One of her proudest accomplishments during her time at Anvyl has been helping the team shift its attention to the client accounts that would have a higher likelihood to see value in Anvyl. “We learned that the sales team was spending 50 to 60% of their time on accounts that were below 5 million in revenue. What was interesting was that they were churning at a higher rate because their supply chain wasn't really complex enough to have a need for Anvyl,” Amanda said. “This shift of our focus was an exciting change because not only did it impact sales, but it impacts our customer success team and how they serve as well as what is our product team building and the business’ overarching strategy.” When Amanda is not working spearheading her team, she loves eating out, golfing, exercising and traveling. Throughout her life, she has traveled to more than 30 countries and most recently, drove cross-country during the COVID-19 pandemic. “I drove cross-country for five weeks. I packed up my car with a computer monitor, a chair, my golf clubs and some luggage,” Amanda recalled. During her five weeks on the road time, she visited ten different states and stopped to work remotely along the way. “The thing that was most interesting about the road trip was I really got to learn more about our country and how beautiful it really is.” Looking ahead, Amanda is excited for what's to come for the sales team and business as Anvyl continues to scale. “What gets me out of bed every day is the people who I work with. I genuinely care about helping them grow and build a career. That's why I got into leadership and managing.”

Team announcement

Introducing Joseph DeBartola: Data Engineer at Anvyl

Introducing Joseph DeBartola: Data Engineer at Anvyl

Joseph Debartola’s love for computers began when he was a kid. “In middle school and high school, I would play around with programming on the side and even tried to make video games of my own. I was really interested to see what I could do with a computer,” Joseph said. But as he got older and it came time to make decisions for college, he was unsure about what his major should be. “Eventually, I realized that maybe my love for computers didn't have to just be a hobby, but could be something that brings money in for me,” Joseph said. “So I decided to give it a shot and I’d say it worked out pretty well.” Today, Joseph works as a Data Engineer on Anvyl’s Insights team. In this role, he is responsible for working with large datasets and figuring out how to process them efficiently. “The insights team and I work to provide Anvyl’s customers with the insights to make intelligent decisions. And these are either backed by us working with these datasets or building some interesting AI-based technologies,” Joseph said. Since joining the team in February 2022, one of Joseph’s favorite things about the company is the work that he does. In the four months that he's been at Anvyl, he has already hit the ground running. One of the most recent projects that he has worked on was implementing a feature for tracking shipments. “We're doing what you'd call Greenfield work, meaning a lot of new stuff people haven't done before…I love being able to break ground with new technology and try all of these different things,” Joseph said. “I've been learning a lot so far at Anvyl and that's one of the things I try and focus on in my career. Just going places where I can continue learning and growing.” As the only child of two Air Force veterans, Joseph has often been inspired by his parents’ passion and work ethic. They were both airplane mechanics, and his mother worked on sheet metal while his father worked inside the fuel tanks. “I think the thing that I adopted from my dad the most is that he was always enamored to see that airplane in flight at the end and I've taken that mentality with what I build in software,” Joseph said. “If I can see it working smoothly at the end, I just feel so elated because it's something that solves a lot of people's problems and I accomplished that.” Originally from Kansas, Joseph now resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with his wife and two cats. When he’s not working he and his family enjoy going on hikes, playing board games, cooking southern comfort food and volunteering at the local animal shelter.