What does an Enterprise Developer do?

Enterprise developers design, build, implement, and maintain applications and systems intended for use in an organization as opposed to the consumer market. These technologies often are designed to serve a function that is specific to business operations, such as tasks related to payroll or supply chain management. They configure the technologies with the particular needs of business users in mind, and often consult with stakeholders throughout the planning and implementation process. They may also provide maintenance and tech support services.

Enterprise developers generally have at least a bachelor’s degree in a computer science field, and an IT background. They are well-versed in common enterprise tools and programs, such as Salesforce. These developers must be excellent problem solvers who are comfortable interacting with stakeholders at all levels of the organization.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
1%
2 - 4
13%
5 - 7
75%
8+
11%

Common Skill Sets

Microsoft Sharepoint
Websphere
UNIX Administration
SQL Server
PERL Scripting
Middleware
Office 365
Oracle SOA

Enterprise Developer Seniority Levels

Sap Consultant
6% made the transition
Project Manager
23% made the transition
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Enterprise Developer Salaries

Average Base Pay

₹4,56,289 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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₹2L
Median: ₹5L
₹8L
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