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M3 Consultant (Manufacturing)

Primary job role

The Planning & Manufacturing consultant will directly participate in Infor M3/CloudSuite Multi-tenant implementations, support services & work packages on the Planning/Manufacturing (Item master, SKU set up, product structures, work centers, routing, operations, forecasting, production planning, scheduling, manufacturing execution, etc.) module for ERP solutions offered by Fortude. The individual will also need to develop his knowledge/skills on the Infor product suite while transferring the same to the other Infor practice members at Fortude.

Main duties/responsibilities

The following duties are related to the Planning & Manufacturing module:

  • Investigating, analyzing, communicating, and documenting business processes, business requirements.
  • Documenting gap analysis, blueprint and scenarios related to Procurement & Warehouse.
  • Conduct (CRP) Conference Room Pilots sessions.
  • Configuring, migrating data, creating test data & testing.
  • Designing the solution, documenting the integration specifications & integration testing.
  • Creating training material for key users and end users, training & evaluating.
  • Monitoring system testing.
  • Planning data migration, data cleansing, validation & migration.
  • Production configuration of the Planning & Manufacturing module.
  • Providing first-level, second level, and third-level support during go-live.
  • Providing post go-live training & testing related to Planning & Manufacturing.
  • Providing post go-live functional L2 support.
  • Designing solutions for change requests on the Planning & Manufacturing module, providing estimates, specification documenting, testing, and presenting.
  • Designing pre-sales solutions, estimating, testing, presenting, and documenting.
  • Mentor project teammates – This includes reviewing the following skills: consulting, writing, speaking, presentation, and training skills.

 

Experience

  • Minimum 2 – 3 years or more of experience in Infor M3 ERP Consulting.

 

Technical Knowledge

Competency in at least one of the following Infor M3 modules:

  • Product Data Management (PDM)
  • Manufacturing (MFG)
  • Planning (PLN)
  • Warehouse Management (WHM)

 

Industry Knowledge:

Knowledge of at least one of the industries/verticals listed below is a must:

  • Fashion Retail, Manufacturing, Distribution

Infor Satellite products & Technologies:

  • PLM, Factory Track (FT), Configure Price Quote (CPQ), Infor Rythm, MEC (MEC capabilities & how to apply in integrations), Infor Document Management (IDM), Enterprise Search, MBM (M3 Business Messages/EDI), ION, Ming.le, AHR (Ad Hoc Reports), ES (Enterprise search), EH/EA (Event Hub Event Analytics), MBM (M3 Business Messages/EDI), MAM (M3 Application Messages), Multi-Language

Other technologies:

  • DB/SQL
  • M3 Mgt Pages

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelors’ degree or an equivalent qualification

 

Behavioral competencies

  • Communication
  • Client orientation
  • Teamwork & collaboration
  • Results & execution orientation

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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