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SAP MDM Consultant

Job Title: SAP MDM Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg
Salary: €600.00 - €700.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J9107_1503063061
Contact Name: Lois Hinken
Contact Email:
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

My client is a global consultancy currently looking for a SAP MDM Consultant to join there team in Germany for a 3 month contract. Must be English and German speaking.

The main tasks on this project will be the re-modelling, input and clean-up of data with the partial programming.


- Basic experience in the SAP modules Master Data Management (MDM) and Master Data Governance (MDG)

- Conception of the master data domain "customer"

- Design and implementation of care processes in the master data domain "customer" (prospect, customer, contact, etc.)

- Integration of external address data providers (address data management)

- Data migration including data cleansing of master data in the master data domain "customer"

- Design and implementation of customer groups (classification, segmentation, hierarchization, etc.)

Nice to have -

Knowledge of data objects Business Partner and Customer in SAP ERP

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