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eCommerce Solution Architect

Job Title: eCommerce Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: eCom Architect J102_1411983641
Contact Name: Thomas Beatty
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

eCommerce Solution Architect

Montash has been exclusively retained to source and secure an highly successful contract eCommerce Solution Architect for a high profile UK retailer.


  • Stabilization and reporting improvements to current platform
  • Skills: - Ecommerce business process's experience, Data flow / Data Modelling / Reporting, Business
  • Experience: Venda platform, Ecomm Business process knowledge, Data flow design
  • Capability to understand quickly a diverse Legacy landscape and integration capabilities

Key Skills:

  • Knowledge and practical experience of the HYBRIS Ecommerce platform and Ecommerce integration through an Enterprise level Service Bus.
  • Skills - broad knowledge of Ecomm process and go to market technology architecture to support multi-country, multi-brand, modern Digital and CRM capabilities.
  • Experience: Vendor analysis and selection, converting business capabilities requirements to technical requirements in the Ecomm space, Ecomm architecture design experience.

eCommerce Architect / eCommerce Solution Architect / Digital Solution Architect / Digital Architect / Retail / eCommerce / Digital / Architect / Hybris /

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