Ultramatics was founded in January 2001 to provide innovative, powerful and strategic methodologies to enable organizations to deliver effective solutions faster. Ultramatics approaches the problem space in its entirety rather than warped from a one-dimensional perspective. By combining the business requirements with accurate technology mappings, Ultramatics reflects the business requirement in the solution. Ultramatics is privately held and is headquartered in Oldsmar, Florida and has offices in India.
Senior Developer BPM : SOA, IBM, SQL, JDBC, SOAP, WSDL, Linux/Unix : OLDSMAR, FL
11/10/2016 7:03:51 AM
Senior Developer BPM
At least 3 years of hands on development experience on the IBM BPM Suite
Proven and demonstrable experience in the areas of process discovery and optimization, requirements management and solution architecture and design (that focused on BPM and SOA)
Must be familiar and comfortable in the domains of process modeling, process monitoring, business rules and business event based technologies and be able to lead teams in developing end to end BPM solutions
At least two to three project implementations that leverage the full capabilities of the IBM BPM Suite.
Expertise in the engineering and operational aspects of the IBM BPM technology stack (Process Manager V7/V8, Process Center V7/V8, Process Server V6/V7, Business Monitor V7/V8)
Strong hands on experience administering and configuring one or more products in the IBM BPM technology stack.
IBM WebSphere Process Server BPM 7.x
High level of experience with relational databases along with SQL and JDBC
Ability to create Custom User Interfaces based on process requirements
Design and development of data system architectures for process applications
Development of portals that provide process visibility through custom reports and scoreboards.
Implementation of advanced technical integrations with external systems.
Implementation of advanced process routing of tasks
Web Services (WS* Standards, SOAP, WSDL, JAX-RPC etc.)
Multiple Operating Systems (Windows, UNIX, Linux)