Software Engineer Intern
Webdeveloper Intern to maintain and develop enterprise web applications to supportthe ServiceBench web application and associated business. The ServiceBench application is an extensiveB2B application using some of the newest technologies and working in an agileenvironment where the emphasis is on delivery.
§ Writecode in Java, HTML, SQL, PL/SQL
§ Developweb application in J2EE technology platform and perform coding and unit testing
§ Performunit and integration level testing of developed code.
§ Understandand follow standard coding processes.
§ Usetools to commit code to a repository and track the changes in a release.
§ Updatemanagers on statuses of in-flight and upcoming tasks.
§ Workin iterative development methodology
§ Workindependently or in a team of Web developers to maintain and develop enterpriseweb applications to support ServiceBench business.
- Minimum of 2 years of computer science course work
- Excellent communication and problem solving skills
About Asurion's ServiceBench
We are a cloud-basedsoftware platform that provides a 360-degree view of a Service Event,connecting the people who sell, service and warrant products to the Networks ofcompanies that provide parts, service the consumer and install the product. Our tools focus on connecting all the trade partners and automating the cumbersomebusiness logic for each client and providing them with a real-time picture ofthe service event, so they can better serve their consumers.
We have solutions that manage:
- Warrantyand Claims
- Dispatchand Scheduling (in store, in home depot….)
- FieldService Management
Our newest productallows a service company to manage their entire Service Business.
Analytics andtight adherence to policies have helped our clients save over 25% on the annualwarranty and claims spend.
Meet Some of Asurion's Employees
Senior Manager, Software Engineering
Bryant manages the Software Development Group at Asurion that focuses on back-office technology. By doing so, he helps deliver new products and business capabilities.
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