Are you applying for government tenders? You should be.
We're looking for an extremely talented Ruby-on-Rails/Salesforce/SQL genius to help pioneer the next phase in competitive selling. You must have experience designing and building large and complex (yet maintainable) systems, and you should constantly amaze your co-workers with your top-notch problem solving skills and can-do attitude. You should have a BSc or higher. Familiarity with Amazon AWS and front-end technologies are desirable.
This article was originally written for the Dublin Globe website
The Silicon Stroll Bootcamp was organised by Dublin BIC (Dublin Business Innovation Centre) as part of the European Investor Gate Project, an EU investment preparation programme. The Bootcamp involved representatives from 50 start-up companies, from 13 European countries, and 35 international investors who came together with Google, IBM, PayPal and Microsoft for two days of learning, collaboration and pitching for investment.
TenderScout, Restored Hearing and Love & Robots were last night named as the three finalists of the ESB Spark of Genius Award at the 2014 Web Summit.
Collaboration and communication help to avoid expensive mistakes in IT projects, without sacrificing the ability to change as the work progresses, says Tony Corrigan, strategic consultant and founder of online platform TenderScout, which helps SMEs win public sector contracts...
Congratulations to Neil Delaney and all of his team at Nicholas O'Dwyer & Company Ltd on winning this year’s National Procurement Awards Best Supplier Award as sponsored by TenderScout.
On Thursday night, TenderScout beat off fierce competition from Chambers Ireland, ISME, Media HQ and Great National Hotels and Resorts to win the Business Choice category at the Eircom Spiders.
This article first appeared on Silicon Republic...