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Solution Architect-CRM/MDM

Job Title: Solution Architect-CRM/MDM
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,City of London
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £650 per day + NEGOTIABLE
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 MONTHS
REF: mssacrmdm17714_83445
Contact Name: Marcus Seoane
Contact Email: marcuss@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a global organisation who are seeking a Solution Architect with a strong background in CRM/MDM. The CRM Architect should have strong exposure of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Master Data Management (MDM) as a Solution Architect and will have worked in organisations where they have undergone a large transformations .

Key Skills - CRM,customer relationship experience,MDM, master data management,large Implementations.

 

The Architect should have experience in Global organisations working on customer focused systems. SAP Cloud for Customer experience would be beneficial although not crucial to this role.

 

 

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