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SAP Solution Architect

Job Title: SAP Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
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Salary: €700 - €800 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J6471_1490775654
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email: chrisg@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Key responsibilities include:

  • You will direct solution decisions to complex problems across the SAP landscape and throughout the project/programme lifecycle, providing subject matter expertise, and guidance on best practices, and with a strong strategic awareness within SAP market and associated technologies.
  • Engaging with in understanding requirements, scoping, discovering and defining solutions, explaining business benefits and use cases and a roadmap to meet their goals
  • Creating innovative solution designs that utilise our extensive service offerings
  • Acting as the guardian of the solution, governing scope, solution agility and the integrity of the solution across work streams
  • Provide clear guidance and experience on leading practices and policies

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