A cloud-based workflow for investment professionals
Full-Stack Engineer Python, Big Data, Web JS-Based Charting$40k – $60k • 1.0% – 3.0%
-- 3 years minimum of Python and web experience
-- Extensive knowledge of Python
-- Knowledge of various database technologies: SQL, Redis, MongoDB, HDFStore
-- Knowledge of charting libraries like d3.js and HighCharts
-- Interest in advanced statistical analyses and data visualizations
-- Machine Learning knowledge a plus
Our dataset is increasingly large and complex as our analyses are complex and need to be done in near real-time. You work with our distributed engineering team and our CEO and Head of Business Development on product iteration.
PortfolioStrat is a cloud-based trading workflow tool SaaS Platform Portfolio Manager for hedge funds, asset managers, and other sophisticated investors. The platform helps professional investors generate investment ideas through screens and advanced analysis and visualization with statistical analyses, machine learning / data science, and other overlays. We are a team of former hedge fund portfolio managers, investment bank quants and technologists work to connect all parts of the professional investor's workflow in the cloud.
We have recently launched a beta product that has been 1.5 years in development and is backed by over 7 years of prototyping, IP, and industry knowledge. We have 10-20 hedge fund clients who have signed up to be early users of the platform and have signed a major broker to use it.
The two co-founders are looking to disrupt the entire investment workflow of a front office portfolio manager stuck on Bloomberg and Excel spreadsheets. We are closing our seed round now and have previously raised a round of friends and family capital last year.
PortfolioStrat at a glance
PortfolioStrat focuses on Financial Services, Finance, Personal Finance, and Finance Technology. Their company has offices in London. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees. To date, PortfolioStrat has raised $125K of funding; their latest round was closed on January 2014.
You can view their website at http://www.portfoliostrat.com