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SAP IS-Retail Consultant

Job Title: SAP IS-Retail Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Salary: €700 - €825 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Months
REF: J8114_1495473698
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are looking for an experienced SAP IS-Retail consultant to join a multi-phase programme for a major client in Belgium.

SAP IS-Retail Consultant responsibilities:

Customizing of following Store to Customer (S2C) processes including:

  • Store sales to unknown customer (consumers) - aggregated sales
  • Store sales to known customer
  • Returns from customers
  • E-commerce sales - integration with SAP hybris
  • Goods movement in stores
  • Physical inventory in store
  • Store payment information - Cash reconciliation
  • Z-Read
  • S2C pricing
  • Affiliated stores - stock treatment and reporting


  • Correction tool - internal development of customer
  • Unit test execution
  • Creation of key user documentation
  • Key user training execution
  • Integration test execution
  • Daily communication with Project Management
  • Communication skills - English is a mandatory. French or Dutch is a plus
  • Able to work in multicultural environment

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