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SAP Authorizations (CRM)

Job Title: SAP Authorizations (CRM)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Paris, Île-de-France
Industry:
Salary: €500 - €501 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J8221_1496675566
Contact Name: Deniss Snitko
Contact Email: denisss@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently engaged with one of our clients in Paris for help them recruit for SAP Authorizations consultant to work around CRM.

Role: SAP Authorizations

Scope: Work around CRM, design and build SAP Security and Authorizations. Ensure technical solutions maintain design integrity, adhere to functional designs and meet business needs. Make recommendations on functional and technical improvements.

Location: Paris
Start: ASAP
Duration: 6 months + extensions
Language: French + English
Rate: Around 500EUR per day

Scope:

-Work around CRM, design and build SAP Security and Authorizations.
-Ensure technical solutions maintain design integrity, adhere to functional designs and meet business needs.
-Make recommendations on functional and technical improvements.

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