Come Work With Us!

Based in Horwich, Tigersolv is a fun, quirky software company serving a serious and growing social need - software built specially for the tricky bits of life! Our main client base is the financial services sector and our CRM and payment systems are built with the end Client in mind, ensuring everyone gets the information they need in a supported manner.

The passion for transparent accounting, vulnerability support, and ease of communications that run through all our designs have made Tigersolv an industry leader and over its 16 years of operations we've built fantastic relationships with our clients.

SaaS Developer

HTML5 WebAPI C# Javascript React Angular CSS Full Stack Software as a Service


Based in Horwich, Tigersolv has made CRM’s for Financial Service companies for the last 16 years and has established itself as an industry leader. We’re in the process of refreshing all of our products, building them out of new modular components written in modern languages that will enable us to broaden our sales potential and grow the business. There’s a lot to do and we’re keen to invest the time in applied and talented developers who can help us get there. We've got a great opportunity for someone with experience in full stack SaaS technologies.


We have a small development team where you’ll be far from ‘just a number’. The company has a flat structure where anyone is welcome to talk directly to the CEO (in fact it’s getting him to stop talking to you that’s the tricky bit) and encouraged to take initiative. We design our solutions as a team and are always seeking to maintain and improve better standards and practices together.


If it sounds like the kind of place you could belong, we’d love to hear from you. Send us a message or give us a call.


You should have a good working knowledge of C#, and strong skills with HTML5, javascript, and CSS. Experience with any C# frameworks and MVC principles are a plus as is any experience with React/Angular and a talent for UI/UX. Previous experience with Visual Studio and TFS isn't essential but it's what we roll with.