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SAP MDM / Data Migration Consultant

Job Title: SAP MDM / Data Migration Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Aalst, East Flanders
Industry:
Salary: €400 - €500 per day + Travel & Expenses
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 5 Months
REF: SMDC_1489743911
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email: claram@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

SAP MDM / Data Migration Consultant

Start: ASAP

Duration: End of August 2017

Looking for a SAP MDM / Data Migration Consultant to work with a Global Manufacturing Organisation based in Aalst, Belguim.

Project Scope:

  • SAP Data Object Migration (MRP)
  • Master Data Handling
  • Setup of operational MD processes
  • Engage with functional and technical teams (Writing functional design in Master Data Area)
  • Leading workshops
  • High level stakeholder engagement
  • Functional MDM experience is a plus
  • Ideally experience in production or planning, materials and BOM

Key Words:

SAP / Data Objects / Data Migration / SAP MDM / MM / Master Data / stakeholder management / MRP / Data Consultant

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