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SAP BI/BW Senior Consultant

Job Title: SAP BI/BW Senior Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: €70000 - €80000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8881_1501772531
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Montash are working with a global and leading consultancy who have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior SAP BI/BW Consultant to join their team based in Germany.

As a Senior SAP BI/BW Consultant you will be responsible for the SAP BI/BW landscape across client sites that may cover, implementation, upgrade and support work.

Candidates must have;

  • A proven background in SAP BI/BW
  • SAP BW development in back-end data extraction, modelling, performance improvements for at least SAP BW 7.0
  • Development of Bex Queries
  • Experienced in full end to end implementations
  • Fluent German speaking or at least able to communicate in business terms
  • ABAP, HANA and BO experience would be highly advantageous but not essential
  • Excellent stakeholder management and customer engagement skills

SAP BI/BW professionals who are interested in hearing more about this fantastic opportunity should get in touch for further details.

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