The Universal API for commerce
Rutter is the Universal API for reading and writing data across different commerce platforms, marketplaces, accounting systems, and payment processors. Rutter makes it easier for companies to access data to offer data-driven loans, underwrite merchants and SMBs, launch in new marketplaces, and more. We’re backed by a16z and investors from leading fintech innovators like Plaid, Alloy, Ramp, and Modern Treasury.
The Rutter Integrations team expands and enriches connections between Rutter and data platforms (e.g. Shopify, Quickbooks Online). This person will guide the team that builds the products and solutions that help customers unlock and share information about their business with the developers so that they can ultimately get access to the services that they want.
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We're remote-first, with local offices in SoHo NYC and downtown San Francisco. This position can be hired anywhere in the United States.
Rutter believes that diversity and inclusion enrich our workplace, so we are committed to hiring talented individuals with diverse backgrounds for our roles, including qualified applicants with prior arrest or conviction records in accordance with local, state, and/or federal laws, including the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
Rutter is building a universal API for e-commerce platforms.
Similar to the financial market before Plaid, the e-commerce market is split across hundreds of platforms, such as Shopify, Squarespace, Amazon, and others. Each of these platforms has its own app store or its equivalent, and the enterprising e-commerce developer must spend thousands of hours building integrations in order to access the entire e-commerce market.
Rutter is an integration layer letting any e-commerce tool build one integration to access any storefront or marketplace. We do this by providing an abstract schema representing products, orders, and customers. With its support for 12 platforms and growing, Rutter cuts integration time down from 4 years to 2 weeks, helping e-commerce developers get to market faster and build world-class companies.