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SAP BI/BW Developer

Job Title: SAP BI/BW Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: West Midlands, England
Salary: £55000 - £62000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9922_1507223692
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 15 days ago

Job Description

Montash are working with a leading end user client based in the West Midlands who have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced SAP BI/BW Developer on a permanent basis.

As the SAP BI/BW Developer you will be an active member within their highly experienced team supporting the business across their SAP BI/BW landscape across all aspects.

you'll need to have;

  • Strong experience within SAP BW/BI ideally gained in a large, complex client site, especially with HR/HCM/CRM. One of which must be on BW version 7.4/7.5.
  • Experience of BW Data Management techniques
  • Good knowledge of SAP ECC6 and functional modules - FI, HR, HCM
  • Experience of BI (Bex Analyser, Extraction and modelling), Business Objects Reporting
  • Ability to perform in-depth problem analysis across BI solutions
  • Must have good verbal communication to explain complex solutions to customers in a clear and concise manner
  • Must be able to write clear and concise communications
  • Must be a well-motivated team player

SAP BI/BW professionals who would be interested in hearing more this fantastic opportunity should get in touch for a confidential discussion.

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