YayPay is a fast-growing company with offices in New York, London, and an engineering team in Ukraine (Kyiv, Dnipro).
YayPay was founded in 2015, venture-funded and in July 2020 got acquired by Quadient — a public company, and a leader in helping businesses create meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels
Currently, YayPay works with 25 engineers in Ukraine, mainly located in Kyiv, Dnipro, and also in other regions of Ukraine. Due to the COVI-19 pandemic, we are fully remote in all the locations of the company, but once it gets better we expect to provide office space.
From the technology perspective, YayPay Platform is a SaaS offering, which integrates with a number of different systems, such as:
— ERP systems to pull accounts receivable data from (e.g. NetSuite, Intacct, Sage X3 etc.)
— CRM systems, like SalesForce to pull and push relevant customer information
— Payment Providers to allow CreditCard and ACH to be made through the platform
— Credit Providers like CreditSafe to pull credit information
The application currently undergoes the phase of the active new feature development — we are working on building new modules: Reporting & Analytics Module, Credit Module, Cash Application Module.
The application is built on Service-Oriented Architecture, with the use of Kubernetes and technologies around it.
The main technology stack is described below:
— Back-End: Java 11, Spring Framework, Hibernate, MySQL, Kafka, Exasol
— Front-End: VueJS and KendoUI
— Machine Learning: Python and relevant machine learning libraries are used for the ML services
— Hosting: the application is hosted on AWS, with extensive use of the native AWS services