We’re looking for a full stack developer to help us build the Minimum Viable Product of our SaaS platform. You can choose the technologies that will power the full stack: front-end, back-end, and database.
You should have good communication skills to communicate with stakeholders about the product and its development.
The core features of the MVP are:
● Generating forms, and web pages from forms automatically
● Tracking interactions and responses to the generated web pages (a variety of tracking technologies will be necessary)
● Providing dashboard analytics on the generated web pages (views, opens, downloads, shares, etc.).
We will also require some APIs:
● APIs to gmail and outlook (to send and track emails)
● APIs to social media accounts (to retrieve accounts' analytics)
Scope of work
● Build the first MVP based of wireframes.
● Implement key features.
● Select and choose technologies for tracking, analytics, etc.
● Create dashboards for users.
● Select and recommend infrastructure solutions to host MVP.
We plan to launch our MVP by the end of this calendar year.
If you are interested in the project, please provide:
- Information on your background and portfolio, as well as your availability,
- The attached NDA and Inventions assignment agreement, filled up, signed and dated. If the terms of this agreement are not agreeable to you, please do not apply.
We will operate a first selection, then will send to those selected our wireframes and ask to provide a detailed quote for the project.
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Appsembled is a pre-seed Boston-based stealth startup that offers a SaaS tool for self-employed professionals (content creators, freelancers, bloggers and consultants) who need to promote themselves efficiently. You’ll be directly working with the two co-founders, who both have international backgrounds and strong startup business development experience. The co-founders expect to start raising a seed round in the spring 2020, once iterations of the beta version demonstrate traction.