Friday, 10 April 2015

SAP MDG & CRM



Job Title
SAP MDG Technical Developer - Parsippany, NJ
Relevant Experience
8 years
Duration of assignment
6 months
Technical/Functional Skills
1.    SAP MDGF 6.1 / 7.0,Data modeling, UI modeling(FPM, WebDynPro),MDG interface with BI/BPC
Roles & Responsibilities
·         Strong MDG Financial Technical Resource with experience in MDGF 6.1 / 7.0 (Preferably 7.0), Overview of MDGF 7 version, Data modeling, UI modeling (FPM, WebDynPro), Workflow, Workflow administration, knowledge and hands on experience with implementation of BADI's, classes & Methods
·         SOA, ALE/IDOCS, Data replication techniques, MDG error handling experience.
·         Validations and derivations, Finance domain experience with Master data, MDG for Hierarchies, MDG interface with BI/BPC, Data loads, MDG - Non SAP systems.
·         Add on experience with BRF+ is preferable


Job Title
SAP CRM Service - Sunnyvale, CA
Relevant Experience
6 + years
Duration of assignment
6+ Months
Technical/Functional Skills
1.    SAP FICO
Roles & Responsibilities
1.    Minimum 6+ Years of IT experience as SAP CRM functional consultant preferably in implementation, upgrade and enhancement projects
2.    4+ Years of experience in SAP CRM Service
3.    Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills.
4.    Excellent understanding in all areas of SAP CRM Service business processes and configuration.
5.    Excellent knowledge in SAP CRM Master Data and Middleware
6.    Experience in at least 2 SAP CRM 7.0 Full Life Cycle Implementation Projects
7.    Experience in gathering the business requirements, GAP analysis, Prototyping the solutions, Configuration, Documenting functional specifications, mapping the interfaces, custom reports development.
8.    Web UI Configuration
9.    Experience in either Manufacturing or  Telecom CRM Processes
10.  Experience in Test Scripts preparation and execution
11.  Data Migration solution design.
12.  ABAP and Debugging.
13.  SAP CRM Sales and Marketing.
14.  Good understanding on interface technologies like IDOC, FTP

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