- Silicon Valley, CA, United States
- $100k - $120k
- 0.25% - 0.50%
- AWS Lambda
Kloudio is a funded startup, backed by top Silicon Valley investors. Kloudio's mission is to automate Financial Data Analysis for Enterprises.
Responsibilities * Build scalable APIs using NodeJS. * Build reusable components using React/Angular. * Build integrations to various third party cloud applications/web services. * Work on Data pipelines/ETL frameworks. * Work on Kloudio's RPA framework. * CI/CD using AWS infrastructure
Perks: * Company Equity * Full Medical and Dental Benefits for you and your family (100% covered) * Free Lunch/Snacks * Annual Free passes for 2 tech conferences of your choice * Annual Company meet with the founders and the team in an exotic location
We are an equal opportunity employer. We welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Kloudio simplifies data access by connecting end user analytical tools such as Excel, Google sheets, Tableau, Looker with data sources such as databases (Mysql, Postgres, Redshift, MSSQL, Oracle, Big Query etc) and cloud applications (Salesforce, Stripe, Jira, Intercom, Zendesk etc.)
Kloudio provides an easy way for business users to get the data they want from a variety of data sources right inside the tools they use for analysis. Kloudio also provides a sheets based solution that helps turn data into actionable business insights quickly and collaborate with other users.
We look forward to engineers solving complex problems in an innovative manner. At the same time having fun working with and learning from others. Cofounders work with software engineers, designers, marketing and sales on a day to day basis. We encourage a can-do attitude and willingness to go beyond expectations.
- AWS Lambda
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