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We are a revolutionary travel management solution that is powered by A.I. and highly effective in saving time and reducing travel expenses.
THE FUTURE OF ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE
We believe in a new era of enterprise software, where static interfaces are replaced by conversational technologies – like A.I. assistants! Our product, Claire, is an A.I. travel manager for organizations.
We love the travel industry and think that its ongoing tectonic shift will reintroduce personalized services, at a more affordable price. A.I. enables this development.
TEXT. BOOK. TRAVEL.
Claire is a virtual assistant who communicates with business travelers via text messaging. She books policy-compliant trips within minutes and proactively solves any problems that may come up during the journey.
Claire informs the management about travel patterns, manages travel policies and feeds travel expenses directly into an existing expense management system.
We are looking for a Lead Backend GDS Developer to join our development team.
At 30SecondsToFly we are building Claire, the ultimate A.I. driven travel manager for SMBs.
You will play a pivotal role helping to build the artificial intelligence behind Claire by leading the development on the travel supply integrations.
Your initial key responsibilities are building and maintaining services related to the GDS API Integration (Travelport & Worldspan), in a deep integration with the A.I. engine.
You'll be integrating with our other backend services and helping to guide new features based on your expert knowledge of the available tools in the GDSs and other suppliers (NDC, LLC, WholeSalers, Channel Managers, etc..).
– Worldspan Terminal Knowledge
– CI Tools (Jenkins, CircleCI, TravisCI, …)
– Experience writing & deploying microservices
– DB experience: Relational & NoSQL
– Unit Testing Frameworks
– Deep Understanding of OOP & Design Patterns
– Experience writing integrations consuming a GDS API (Travelport Universal API preferred)
– APIs: Experience developing with SOAP/JSON Stateful/Stateless APIs