PumpScout Achieves Record Growth in 2013
PumpScout, an innovative web service that connects pump buyers and suppliers, today announced a year of record growth in 2013. The company has formed partnerships with some of the top brands in the industry and attracted thousands of professionals looking for high-quality pumps to its website.
“I am so proud of what our team has accomplished so far this year,” says Justin Johnson, co-founder and CEO at PumpScout. “Pump buyers consistently tell us how valuable our service and tools are for their jobs, and our manufacturing clients consider us one of the most effective services available for driving new business.”
The Bend, Oregon-based company has signed 22 new clients, including industry-leaders such as Price Pump, Wilden, Yamada, Ebsray, Mouvex, and Ebara. The PumpScout supplier directory now represents nearly every pump type across numerous industrial applications.
PumpScout has also witnessed a spike in its Web traffic, which has increased 800 percent since the beginning of the year. The quality of PumpScout suppliers combined with the extensive information and content available of the site attracts thousands of potential pump buyers -- translating to quality leads for PumpScout clients. The site's users range from small farmers to engineers for Fortune 500 companies to maintenance professionals for municipal waste water facilities.
PumpScout's supplier partners have been thrilled with the results.
“PumpScout is a great way to introduce our company to a myriad of potential pump buyers,” says Ivan Dimcheff, President of Granco Manufacturing, Inc. “Each PumpScout inquiry has provided us with accurate data regarding the pump specifications so we can quickly send the customer an accurate quotation for his application. This is a great resource for pump companies and their distributors to expand their customer base and increase revenues.”
PumpScout anticipates its growth will continue through the end of this year and into next as the company doubles down on informing and connecting pumps buyers with the right suppliers and providing it partners with the best pre-qualified sales leads available.
"We're excited because we know that the growth of company and the more buyers we can help ultimately leads to more revenue for our partners," Johnson says.
Parent company ScoutHub is also gearing up to release a new product, LeadMethod, in 2013. The innovative lead management tool will provide a competitive edge to PumpScout customers and others in the industrial space wanting to convert more of their leads into sales.