C# .NET creative problem solver – is that you?

Over the next few years we are going to completely change the way that professional services are delivered. 

We have a passion for technology and for making people’s lives easier. We hate red tape and bureaucracy and the stifling effect that it can have on people and business. We are setting out to automate financial  processes and thus remove the need for the expensive professional advisers who perform the routine compliance functions within the SME sector. We are looking for developers with a similar passion to make peoples lives easier, plus the ability to develop beautiful applications, to join our team.

We use a service orientated architecture built using Microsoft .NET technologies and making use of the Windows Azure platform. This allows us to produce highly responsive web applications built using the SPA model incorporating libraries such as Knockout and Pager.

The technologies we use are:

  • Windows Azure: Cloud Services, Service Bus, Storage, Virtual Machines, Media Services, Diagnostics
  • Database: SQL Azure, MySQL, MongoDB
  • Languages & Libraries: T-SQL, C#, WCF, jQuery, Knockout, ASP.NET MVC, ADO.NET, Linq, HTML 5, CSS 3, Javscript, Bing Maps Services, Exchange Web Services, ASP.NET Membership, iTextSharp, NLog
  • Transport: Ajax, JSON, SOAP, ReST
  • Comms: FTP, SFTP, HTTP, TCP, Async techniques
  • Encryption: PGP

If you are really comfortable in this environment or even if you just understand the basics but want to learn more, please get in touch.

If you have any  financial / accountancy knowledge that would obviously be a bonus. Also, if you have previous experience of interacting with the Government Gateway or working with government standards, especially RTI, that would really helpful too.

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ben crampin


Ben’s been here pretty much since the get-go and, as such, has been instrumental in growing the business into what it is today.
He’s passionate about, in his words, ‘helping people and businesses that are just constantly being taken advantage of’ by providing affordable advice and support with an eye to ‘levelling the playing field’.
Ben looks forward to the day when automation will, once and for all, fumigate the fear and confusion caused by oppressive bureaucracy and strongly believes that ‘technology holds the solutions to the problems we’re trying to solve’.
Furthermore, he can see that technology will, in time, provide the scalability required to help a theoretically limitless number of SMEs survive and thrive against the odds.
Ben doesn’t think much of government agencies and he doesn’t suffer fools; two points that aren’t always mutually exclusive.