Codat was founded by two developers (plus a finance guy!) who set out to build an integrations platform for other developers - so they can focus on building new features and functionality, not reinventing the wheel.
Today, developers are still the critical stakeholders in the evaluation, implementation and long-term success of using Codat. Some of these developers sit within large enterprises, others are themselves start-up founders. Whatever size of company they belong to they should have a world-class experience using our API products, an experience filled with simplicity and aha! moments. You would be required to build the vision, strategy and roadmap to make this experience a reality.
Most importantly, this role represents an opportunity to have leveraged impact on an entire ecosystem building products to better serve small businesses globally.
No matter what we’re doing - whether we’re speaking to customers, partners or to each other - we live by our values.
We believe in delivering useful technology that solves real problems for real businesses. We have a real want to do the stuff that isn't always “cool” but makes a difference.
We believe that the people in the best teams push and enable each other to excel. We’re united when we have each other’s backs - when something goes wrong, we don’t blame, we work together to fix it. We embrace differences of opinion to end up with better outcomes. We don’t let our egos win.
We believe that an unstoppable drive towards a single, clearly stated goal is the best way to build great things. We are biased towards action - we make informed decisions and then we act. There is no such thing as an impossible problem, just a great challenge to sink our teeth into.
IT Outsourcing & Consulting
100 - 200
$5M - $10M
IT Outsourcing & Consulting
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