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Software Engineer, Data Persistence in San Francisco, CA

Anaplan

San Francisco, CA 94102
6w ago
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compensation:

$150K - $200K*

specialty:

Software Development

experience:

8 - 10 years

Job Description

At Anaplan, we are looking for a self-motivated Software Engineer, Data Persistence to join our global Cloud Platform Data team in San Francisco. This is an opportunity for you to work for a high-growth company that is leading the way in enterprise planning. We look for exceptional Engineers of all levels, regardless of your language(s) of choice - really smart, passionate people who believe in simplicity, agility and performance and who can choose and use the best tools for the job.

In the role of Software Engineer, Data Persistence in the Cloud Platform group you will be working on the foundations of our cloud platform. We're hybrid cloud, so if you've got experience building platforms on top of AWS/GCP/Azure read on. Prior experience writing distributed systems and delivering platforms at scale and operational excellence to commercial enterprise customers is preferred. We have a long list of incredible benefits and are serious about attracting the best technologist

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Valid through: 2020-3-5

About Anaplan

Anaplan is a cloud-based business modeling and planning platform for sales, operations and finance. The company is a recent entrant to the business planning market, which for decades has been dominated by the “big four” legacy vendors: IBM, Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft. Anaplan CTO Michael Gould developed Anaplan as a response to these legacy systems. At the core of his technology is a single hub where the business user, and not IT, can build, deploy, maintain, and share models. Anaplan is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Minneapolis, England, France, Sweden, Benelux, Australia, Russia, Malaysia, and Singapore. Anaplan was founded in 2006 by Guy Haddleton and Michael Gould. Gould noted, “Outdated technologies and disconnected legacy applications have made dynamic interaction across teams nearly impossible, forcing users into static models that can’t keep pace with daily change” – and set about to change that. He spent two years developing a platform that could utilize new computing abilities, such as in-memory computing, 64-bit multi core processing, database innovation, and SaaS delivery. After four years of platform development, Anaplan was officially launched to the public in October 2010.
Total Jobs:
73
Total Experts:
4
Average Pay:
$136,408
Total value of jobs:
$9,685,000
% Masters:
29%

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