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5+ years working for SAP AG as an integration consultant. Experience in: introduction planning and consulting, RV, RM, RF, RK, RA, MM, PP, SD, FI, CO, quality assurance, performing and organising training, coordination of reporting, interfacing and business reengineering, performing of main investigations for the introduction of SAP-modules, determination of SAP-components and leading of customer projects.
Sr. SAP functional consultant with over 8 years of experience in SAP FI&CO. My core competencies are in designing, GAP analysis, business blue printing, functional specification, project management, Quality management, testing, and end user-training. I associated with international teams based across geographical locations to deliver number of SAP green implementations and rollouts. more
Multiple project lifecycle experience including consumer products, manufacturing, retail and transportation. Extensive knowledge of SD and LE with broad knowledge across MM/WM, CRM and FICO. Strong experience of OTC and LE processes, including MTO, MTA and FTO. Proven experience in complex pricing and rebate projects. ABAP debugging. SAP SD Certified.
SAP stands for Systems Applications and Products and is used by developers to manage every area of a business.
What is the average rate for a sap developer?
Between £400 and £450 depending on knowledge and understanding of the modules that make up an ERP system.
How ERP can help your business?
ERP can help manage all of the core and important aspects of a business to ensure the smooth-running and communication between all areas.
sap erp vs oracle erp: which is better?
An age-old question, which we’ll break down into layman’s terms. Predominantly speaking, SAP is an ERP software and Oracle is a Relational database.
A recent study, which covers over 1,300 implementations across the globe, found that on average, Oracle faster and cheaper to implement than SAP. On the other hand, SAP customers are more satisfied than Oracles on average. Looking at both - executive satisfaction and employee satisfaction metrics - SAP scored higher than Oracle. In fact, SAP had the highest satisfaction rating of all the ERP vendors included in the study