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The new ERP phase
ERP has been around for many years, with every FTSE 100/Fortune 500 organisation having an ERP function. The industry no longer sees new and major advancements in ERP implementations (except within the SME marketplace). Instead, the focus has shifted from implementation to efficient use of ERP systems - maximising the return on investment whilst keeping the cost of ownership low.
A number of organisations are currently going through a transformative phase with their existing ERP systems; consolidating global multi-site implementations and streamlining to one central location with a view to reducing total cost of ownership (TCO).
Change is necessary
Maintaining an effective and efficient ERP system whilst embracing change is vital if you are to remain competitive. Every ERP department needs to have the capabilities to manage change whilst ensuring the overall business does not suffer.
The world is continually evolving with companies expanding, shrinking, merging, acquiring, and entering new markets. Every time a change occurs, it has an effect on the ERP system.
Montash supports its customers during times of change
Montash has over a decade of experience working in ERP. We have built up an extensive network of ERP talent. By utilising a multi-channel sourcing methodology, and by leveraging our consultants’ expertise and knowledge; we have the ability to bring the best talent the industry has to offer to your organisation.
We have partnered with large global organisations that have implemented ERP systems across a wide range of sectors, including: pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, retail, FMCG and petrochemicals.
Our network is made up of candidates who have worked across a wide range of ERP platforms including: SAP, Oracle, and MS Dynamics, and have delivered on several global ERP consolidation projects.
The ERP practice covers a wide range of areas within ERP function. With a proven track record in assisting world-leading organisations in building global ERP teams from Executive to mid-management. The team has consistently delivered contract and permanent assignments in the following areas:
- SAP Functional Consultant Recruitment
- Oracle Functional Consultant Recruitment
- Salesforce.com Recruitment
- Microsoft Dynamics Recruitment
- ERP Project and Programme Management Recruitment
- ERP Deployment Recruitment
- ERP Solutions Manager Recruitment
- ERP Architecture Recruitment
- ERP Designers Recruitment
- ERP Security Recruitment
- Head of Applications Recruitment
Read our success stories on how we have helped leading organisations across the globe with their ERP requirements.
Salesforce CRM Project Manager
London, England | Salary: £70000 - £75000 per annum + 10% Bonus + Benefits
Ms Dynamics NAV Developer (€60,000 - €70,0000+ bonus)
Berlin | Salary: €60000.00 - €70000.00 per annum
Senior Ms Dynamics NAV Developer (up to £50,000)
London | Salary: £42000 - £50000 per annum + Bonus & Benefits
Salesforce.com Developer X2 (up to €70,000)
Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg | Salary: €55000 - €70000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Milan, Italy | Salary: €400 - €500 per annum
SAP Transformation Manager
West Midlands, England | Salary: £700 - £800 per day
SAP SuccessFactors Consultant
Barcelona, Spain | Salary: €600 - €700 per day
Consultant SAP MM - QM - Dutch Speaking - 12 months contract.
Belgium, Belgium | Salary: Negotiable