Ingram Micro Freshers Recruitment of Trainee Software Developer for B.E/B.Tech/M.E/MCA

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About the Company: Ingram Micro’s origins trace back to the founding of distributor Micro D, Inc. in July 1979 by husband and wife team, Geza Czige and Lorraine Mecca, who were both teachers. The company started in Southern California and in its first year of business achieved approximately $3.5 million in sales. It rapidly expanded nationwide and held its public offering in 1983. Ingram Industries became a majority stockholder of Micro D in February 1986 when it acquired all of the common stock held by the company’s founders, followed by the purchase of the remaining Micro D shares in March 1989.

Official Website:  www.ingrammicro.com

Job profile: Trainee Software Developer-QA Trainee Developer



Job ID: 4448-481

CTC: Best in Industry

Job Location: Mumbai

Last Date To Apply:  ASAP

Desired Eligibility Criteria: 

  • Candidate should possess B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech/MCA from a recognized university or institution.
  • Candidates should have good communication and analytical skills.

About the Job:

  • The Software QA Engineer is an engineer responsible for assuring that Software works according to System Functional Specifications and is of quality through various testing DB, End to End, Performance/load, Security testing.
  • This position must have a thorough understanding of the SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) and Software Testing methodologies.
  • The Software QA Engineer is required to create Software Test cases, update Test Plan, open defects in defect tracking system and verify and close defects to ensure that system is thoroughly tested.
  • Software QA engineer should be able to work in projectized environment where reporting, issue raise and appropriate escalation, communication is required.
  • QA engineer should adopt to required technical skills on applications such as impulse, sap, mainframes and various tools used to work on these applications.

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