Reports To: R&D Manager
Exari is an exciting and vibrant multinational company with its headquarters located in the heart of Boston. We are a global leader in the development of document automation, document assembly and Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solutions for large enterprises. Our product experience includes elements of expert system, document generation and template design, workflow, reporting and analytics. Our software is used by and relied upon by legal, sales, banking and insurance professionals to streamline the way they capture critical metadata from contracts, and create business documents. Our software combines a powerful document generation engine, built utilizing patented XML and web technologies, with a relational reporting application and a contract management user interface to provide solutions that are easy to use, scalable, and easy to integrate with other enterprise systems.
Are you passionate about developing a great user experience on the web? Exari is in need of strong developers that strive to deliver a supreme user experience to our customers, as we believe in setting value creation with our customers in the centre. At Exari, we work cross-functionally and by agile methods. This position will assist in the development of our next generation of front-end on our applications within the Enterprise Contract Management space.
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*External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case by case basis.