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Founded in 1989, Kanbay International, Inc. (Nasdaq: KBAY) is a global IT services firm focused on the financial services industry. With over 4,000 employees, Kanbay provides its services primarily to credit services companies, banking institutions, capital markets firms, and insurance companies. The company uses a global delivery model to provide application development, maintenance and support, software package selection and integration, business process and technology advice, network and system security, and specialized services. Kanbay is a CMM Level 5 assessed company headquartered in greater Chicago with offices in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and India.





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Technical Architect/ Developer



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Java,TIBCO, Java Server Pages (JSP), Java JDBC, JMS, Hibernate, Spring, Server side java architecture & programming, Level of expertise should be high in the spring, Hibernate, JMS, TIB RV/DQ Technologies.

Hands on Development on J2ee, Server side programming, specializing on Spring frame work with Hibernate.

Strong database background.

Please contact: ajays@kanbay.com
 
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