At e.fundamentals everything we do is geared towards succeeding at speed and at scale.
Our revenue has grown by more than 300% in the last 12 months as world-leading companies such as PepsiCo, Mars, Kellogg's, HP and Starbucks have adopted our Digital Shelf Analytics platform. Our platform turns billions of data points, for millions of products being sold online, into actionable insights that generate an average 10x ROI for our customers.
The Data Products squads mission is to store the millions of product records gathered by the e.fundamentals platform every day and make this data available to our clients, either through an open sourced data API or automated scorecard generation. They also use the data to create new products or features that can enrich the e.fundamentals service. These involve things like linear regression of sales data to calculate market share or improving our daily operations and data quality system by identifying and flagging possible errors in the data input stream.
We’ll look for you to:
The e.fundamentals platform is built on a modern tech stack, which we evolve to make sure we’re using the best tool for the job:
We expect that you’ll have:
You might still be growing your skills in:
At e.fundamentals we value enormously the variety of perspectives that comes from having employees from all walks of life. Your rich experiences and backgrounds will help us grow, and in return, we’ll provide you with all the support and opportunities you need to grow.
If there’s anything we can do to help you shine throughout the recruitment process then please do let us know. We understand that one process does not fit everyone.
For more information and to apply please contact email@example.com
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