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Front End Engineer (All levels)

Boston, MA
We are transforming the way companies manage and share e-commerce product content.

Our company provide cloud-based product content management solutions that make it easy for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to exchange high-quality content that drives online results. The company was founded in late 2012 by a team with deep experience in commerce, online search, and the semantic web.

We’re confronting hard technology problems inherent in a decentralized, peer-to-peer model head-on—problems that traditional approaches have steered clear of. We embrace the lessons of open source development, letting users branch, pull, annotate, fork, and edit product content within and across organizations. And, critically, we make it easy enough for anyone to use.

We’re a startup in Boston and a team with decades of experience powering the top e-commerce sites in the world. We’re striving to create a remarkable company, and we’re only just getting started.


  • You have a solid engineering background in a strong SaaS or product-based company and/or a solid academic background.
  • You have experience in web programming with specialization in front-end technologies: HTML, CSS (including preprocessors such as Sass/Less), Javascript, and front-end frameworks (such as Angular, Backbone, Ember, Ext, React, Knockout, etc).
  • A plus if you are a contributor on github/other projects.
73% of consumers say that rich product content is the single most important factor in their product search and purchase decisions. The digital supply chain is changing and we are at the forefront of this shift addressing the complex needs for brands and retailers. We help brands, retailers & distributors shorten time to market, enable more distribution channels and accelerate sales through the optimization, exchange and syndication of rich product content.

We are backed by top tier venture capitalists and is experiencing high growth. Come be part of the team.

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