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Solution Architect - Microsoft technologies

Job Title: Solution Architect - Microsoft technologies
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £700 - £1000 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: JF24SOLUTIONARCH_25583
Contact Name: Oliver Marsh
Contact Email: oliverm@montash.com
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Job Description

SOLUTION ARCHITECT - MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGIES - FMCG - MANUFACTURING - GLOBAL ORGANISATION - CRM - SALES - MARKETING - B2B

Montash are currently engaged with a leading manufacturing organisation who are looking to secure a Solution Architect with strong expertise in the Microsoft technology stack. They are seeking an Architect who has worked previously in global organisations in a period post mergers or acquisitions. The Solution Architect must have capability designing solutions with Microsoft technologies such as Sharepoint, Office365 and Dynamics as this is the organisations target state direction. The position will require up to 50 percent travel.

SOLUTION ARCHITECT - MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGIES - FMCG - MANUFACTURING - GLOBAL ORGANISATION - CRM - SALES - MARKETING - B2B

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