Job Description – Dell Boomi Senior Developer
System Soft Technologies is a leading technology company that provides innovative technical solutions and consulting services to enhance innovation, business value, and competitiveness. For over 20 years, our focus on becoming a trusted partner to each client has allowed us to become a $140MM+ company with a pool of over 800 associates who cover the full spectrum of IT expertise. We are distinguished by our ability to anticipate the unique needs of our clients and deliver a level of quality that far exceeds their expectations.
Why System Soft Technologies?
At System Soft Technologies, we are a family unit powered by diversity, inclusion, transparency, respect, integrity and passion for our clients and our people. Our business growth depends on your professional development, as we collaborate, share ideas and innovation, and invest in our future. By forging a meaningful partnership with our people, we come together with the same purpose, exceeding our goals. This keeps us nimble, ahead of the competition, and on top of our industry. Our continued success begins with you.
We are looking for a passionate, self-driven experienced professional to contribute in Enterprise Cloud Integration Practice and is responsible for hands-on designing developing and implementing Dell Boomi AtomSphere based Integrations and API solutions. S/he provides specialized technical, and quick hit solutions for strategic and near-term projects. S/he leads the design and development of Dell Boomi solutions aligned with all facets of Santander business units utilizing robust computing architectures in a multi-tier environment. S/he delivers high quality software products using the agile methodologies to ensure the highest priorities are delivered first.
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