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- 5 MIN READ - 21 Apr 2014

We are hiring developers who would help us build and develop Messente.

Our product development team works hard trying to make Messente as simple to use as possible while making it powerful enough to easily process high volumes and covering the whole world.

Now they need an extra pair of hands.

Messente has grown fast. In fact we have at least doubled our customer base and message traffic each year for the past three years. And we’re on track to do at least a double-up each year for the next few years as well.

Our clients include web applications, banks, airlines, consumer brands and businesses from a wide range of industries. All of them are willing to give us excellent feedback on our platform. The cool thing about Messente’s development team is that everyone gets to be involved not only in coding but also business related decisions – for example whether to add a potential new feature or not.

So if you feel strong in C++/Java and feel excited to be building the coolest messaging platform in the world then take a closer look.

Jaanus Rõõmus

Jaanus Rõõmus - CTO

Jaanus is co-founder and CTO of Messente and makes sure its wheels keep spinning and Messente always has a full tank of fuel.

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