Oracle Supply Chain Functional Consultant - SwedenSweden Consulting
Oracle Supply Chain Functional Consultant - Sweden
A fantastic opportunity for an Oracle Functional Consultant with Supply Chain experience has opened up for a Global Consultancy client in beautiful Sweden. This is a contract opportunity for a long term project initially 6 months contract with the option to extend, and requires to be onsite in Sweden.
- Excellent expertise in Oracle P2P and OTC cycle in R12.2 .x version as a Functional Consultant.
- Exhaustive knowledge of Oracle Distribution and Manufacturing cycle
- Excellent troubleshooting and communication skills.
- Responsible for conducting the UAT with End Users.
- Assist in resolving UAT defects.
- User Training on-site .
- Assist PROD Configurations
- Go-Live on-site participation
- Contribution to permanent ticket reduction, elimination, automation areas
- Ability to interact at all levels of clients' organizations. Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Good Customer management skills
- Work closely with Technical team for UAT and Go Live issues / defects.
- Capability to trace back reported data issues and provide RCA for the same
- Should have progressing skills in Business Analysis, Business Knowledge, Architecture Knowledge, and Technical Solution Design on SCM area
- Ability to troubleshoot the issues in Custom extensions and sound knowledge of Oracle Apps configuration.
For successful applicants interviews are guaranteed in 24 hours and same day decisions. I have an excellent relationship with my client and can guarantee within the hour response if you apply today.
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