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SAP FMS Consultant

Job Title: SAP FMS Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: France, France
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: July 2017
Duration: 6 months +
REF: MSFMS_1499681967
Contact Name: Marilyn Sarrat
Contact Email: Marilyns@montash.com
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Your responsibilities would be:

  • Analyse business requirements, evaluate change requests - customisation
  • Design appropriate solutions using Retail Segmentation, Season management, Characteristic value conversion, Value added services, Order allocation run, Assortment and Forecasting and Replenishment
  • Implementation of EDI messages for new suppliers
  • Configure the sales price calculation and Purchase price determination

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCES

  • Experience with SAP FMS, AFS and/or IS Retail solutions.
  • Experience with SAP SD MM LE
  • French speaking mandatory
  • English - good level required

For a chance to work for a well-known company in France, please send your latest CV or call me Marilyn for a confidential chat.

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