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SAP BI consultant

Job Title: SAP BI consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £500.00 - £650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12
REF: SAP BI Consultant_1494261270
Contact Name: Anthony Bridge
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

I am currently working with a leading end user client based in London who have a fantastic contract opportunity for a SAP BI Consultant to join their organisation. Responsibilities: * Design comprehensive BI solutions, translating complex requirements into optimal BI designs. * Document and review business processes, recommendations, requirements, specifications, test scripts and training materials related to proposed solutions. * Work with scrum teams to design, configure, develop, enhance, test, deploy and support BI solutions. * Establish training plans and train users on BI reporting and analytics. Requirements: * A strong background within SAP BI. * Implemented multiple SAP BI solutions - ideally in a multinational company but not essential. * Strong business process analysis skills. * Solid background in SAP Netweaver BI 7.x technology including Business Content, Extractors, InfoObjects, InfoPackages, Transformations, Data Transfer Processes, InfoProviders (DSO's, InfoCubes, and MultiProviders), Update Rules and Process Chains. * Experience with SAP HANA Studio and/or SAP BW on HANA preferred but...

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