Introduction Software Developers at IBM are the backbone of our strategic initiatives to design, code, test, and provide industry-leading solutions that make the world run today - planes and trains take off on time, bank transactions complete in the blink of an eye and the world remains safe because of the work our software developers do. Whether you are working on projects internally or for a client, software development is critical to the success of IBM and our clients worldwide. At IBM, you will use the latest software development tools, techniques and approaches and work with leading minds in the industry to build solutions you can be proud of.
Your Role and Responsibilities
Who you are:
You would get the opportunity to design and develop assets and solutions on top of the IBM Cloud Pak for Automation Platform using cutting edge technology like Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. You would get extensive opportunities to work with clients and partners, understand the automation trends in the industry and use that understanding to build state of the art Automation solutions that accelerate adoption of the IBM Automation platform.
What you’ll do:
1. Design and develop assets/solutions/accelerators using the IBM DBA platform 2. Collaborate with partners to understand the Automation requirements of clients 3. Excellent prototyping skills and ability to generate quick prototypes to demonstrate concepts 4. Engaging in Pre-Sales and Technical-Sales activities like building demos, POCs etc
How we’ll help you grow:
You’ll have access to all the technical and management training courses you need, to become the expert you want to be.
You’ll learn directly from expert developers in the field; our team leads love to mentor.
You will have the opportunity to work in many different areas to figure
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York, with operations in over 170 countries. The company began in 1911, founded in Endicott, New York, as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) and was renamed 'International Business Machines' in 1924.