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P2P & Coupa Consultant

Job Title: P2P & Coupa Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon
Salary: €680 - €760 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 8 Months
REF: J7794_1493025561
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Montash are seeking a superior P2P Functional Consultant with strong COUPA experience to join a global project based in France until the end of the calendar year.

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Provide functional and process expertise as part of a wide implementation of Coupa Procure to Pay Solution
  • Continuous improvement and development of Coupa process template. Monitoring and evaluation, selection and implementation of standards, new developments and best practices
  • Ensure governance over process design as well as specifications for business processes and system transformation


  • Expertise in P2P, with a recent focus on Coupa and wider integrations into ERP systems such as SAP
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in a variety of communication settings and styles as well as the ability to make decisions in a timely manner
  • Fluent French and English in both written and verbal is highly advantageous
  • You must be willing to travel on an occasional basis (10%)

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