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Solution Architect - CRM

Job Title: Solution Architect - CRM
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £650 per day
Start Date: 11th August 2014
Duration: 6 Months
REF: LW85478_12501
Contact Name: Liam Wright
Contact Email: liamw@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Solution Architect - CRM

Montash have been engaged by a prestigious Client to secure a Solution Architect.

This role will be based in London.

We are looking for an experienced Solution Architect who has an in depth knowledge of CRM. You must have a good technical understanding of CRM Solutions and be able to deliver high level design. We are looking for a Solution Architect who has designed IT solutions around Campaign management and loyalty points. You will have strong engagement skills and have worked on large projects.

Key Skills: Solution Architect, CRM, Campaign Management, Loyalty Points, Solution Architect - CRM.

This is an urgent requirement for a Solution Architect - CRM to join a large client, please submit your CV for a confidential conversation.

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