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SAP COPA Consultant

Job Title: SAP COPA Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £600 - £700 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J10016_1507712675
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 days ago

Job Description


Our Client is one of the top 5 IT services and consulting companies worldwide,is looking for a SAP COPA CONSULTANT for long term project in London below is the detail requirement.


  • Significant experience in all aspects of COPA and the upstream integrated processes
  • Experience in COPA implementation
  • Strong in Costing and Profitability analysis
  • Significant knowledge of FICO processes and Month End Management,Accounting & reporting activities
  • High level understanding and experience of SD, MM, O2C and Supply Chain processes


  • Bachelor's degree in Computer science or equivalent, with minimum of 10 years of software development experience.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.
  • Ability to use strong industry knowledge to relate to customer needs and dissolve customer concerns and high level of focus and attention to detail.
  • Strong work ethic with good time management with ability to work with diverse teams and lead meetings.

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