OpenCredo (OC) is a UK based software development consultancy helping clients achieve more by leveraging modern technology and delivery approaches. We are a bunch of passionate technologists who thrive on tackling complex challenges, delivering pragmatic and sustainable solutions for our clients. Curious, tenacious but always sensitive to our clients' context, we are not afraid to speak our minds to help steer our clients towards understanding and achieving their key goals.
A permanent role for a Technical Business Analyst (AKA a functional analyst) has opened up at OpenCredo for an immediate start on a project with one of our clients. The client is an international payments platform provider. The project is to be part of the team helping to turn their real-time payments platform into a configurable, pluggable product. This is a genuinely once-in-a-career opportunity to work on a country’s payment system which is classed as “critical national infrastructure”. The project is in its first few phases of development, and so it is pre-production, with a great deal of performance and resilience features yet to be written. However, it is being delivered using a Scrum-based approach to ensure internal milestones are still being met.
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The platform itself is a configurable Java 8 platform employing Spring Boot, Spring Data, Apache Camel, and Rabbit MQ. The modern-standard Java development tools and environment are all in heavy use here : Jenkins, Docker, Maven, Cucumber, and TestContainers. The requirements for the role are as follows:
Adept at meeting a plethora of technology challenges, we modernise legacy systems, implement brand new solutions, and harness contemporary technologies.
We can guide and strategise, architect and code, collaborate and empower. Being highly adaptable means we are able to work across diverse environments, industries and contexts. Ever pragmatic, we carefully curate our teams with our clients’ needs firmly in mind.
We endeavour, at all times, to make the complex simple.