NEX Team (HK) Limited

Mobile AI basketball analytics app
Where we're at?
Idea
Validation
Adoption
Growing

Concept and business plan team may be incomplete.

Idea is formed project ready to launch.

Have paying customers adapting to market.

Growing company and users!


Join us on building HomeCourt, an unprecedented mobile AI basketball analytics app!

Who We Are:

- US-based startup with offices in both Silicon Valley and Hong Kong.
- A team of ex-Apple, Google and Microsoft engineers and 2nd time entrepreneurs. We built EditGrid in 2006-2008 which was acquired by Apple.

We're Looking For:

- Passionate software engineers of all levels, who love to learn and take challenges.
- A desire to create high impact products that change how people do things.
- Experience on mobile platforms, especially iOS, will be an advantage but not a must.

What We Offer:

- Competitive salary and flexible hours.
- A world-class engineering team to challenge and develop your skills.
- Silicon Valley exposure.
- Your work will be tested and used by NBA teams, US College (NCAA) teams and worldwide consumers.

In NEX Team we weld together advanced software engineering with our affection with basketball to bring unprecedented basketball AI to the world.

We unveiled HomeCourt (TM), an all-mobile shot tracking AI, in MIT SSAC 2018 [1] and spurred a lot of interests in the sports industry.

We are now looking to expand our app engineering effort and we need passionate iOS engineers to join us. Our team comprises ex-Apple engineers [2] and 2nd time entrepreneurs [3]. We are determined to push the technology envelope to bring disruption to the industry.

If you find this attractive and feel confident about yourself, we would like to meet, share our vision and know more about you. Our journey is full of exciting challenges ahead.

[1] https://www.nba.com/article/2018/02/26/morning-tip-sloan-sports-conference-2018
[2] 10+ years full stack development experience. Responsible for iWork web apps & collaboration that were demo’ed on stage in 3 Apple events.
[3] We built EditGrid in 2006-2008, acquired by Apple.

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