Lowongan Web Application Development

Lowongan Web Application Development – PRSIMA 2 membuka lowongan kerja terbaru sebagai web application development

Who we are

The Government of Indonesia partners with the Government of Australia on an initiative to boost smallholder farmers’ incomes: Promoting Rural Income Through Support for Markets in Agriculture (PRISMA-2). PRISMA-2 aims to improve smallholder farmers’ access to new markets, better inputs, knowhow, technology, irrigation, and small loans. Its goal is to achieve a sustainable 30% increase in the net incomes of 1,000,000 male and female smallholder farmers in Eastern Indonesia by 2023. PRISMA operates in Central Java, East Java, West and East of Nusa Tenggara, Papua and West Papua.
To support PRISMA-2 achieve its target, integrated web applications are needed. The applications are Portfolio Management Tool, Corporate Function Web (Finance, Human Resource, Procurement, and Admin), and Contract Management System. If needed other applications will be developed.

Services Required:

PRISMA-2 intends to find a National/International Company to help us code web applications needed in PRISMA-2. Our internal team (MIS) will design the applications, create the specifications, and supervise the development of applications. Web applications will be built using Ruby on Rails framework.


Interested companies should submit a proposal that addresses the requirements detailed in the RFT Documents that can be found in this link

Contract / Agreement:
PRISMA-2 intends to enter into an agreement that extend from may 2019 to October 2019


PRISMA-2 reserves the right to:

· accept or reject any proposals or quotations.

· terminate, or extend for the services.

· request clarification in relation to any proposals or quotations received

· negotiate with any one or more tenderers

Please send your proposal, in English, to: [email protected]

Please put Web Application Development as the subject of your email.

Application deadline is 17.30 local time in Surabaya (WIB), Indonesia, 25 April 2019