Senior M3 Consultant (Customer Order Management, Supply Chain, Manufacturing & Finance)
Primary job role
Senior Consultant – ERP (Customer Order Management, Supply Chain, Manufacturing & Finance) will play a lead role in solutioning support projects for customer order management, supply chain, manufacturing and finance modules.
- Analyze and understand business processes, industry practices, ERP products, and enterprise solutions.
- Review solutions provided by support consultants, identify gaps in solutions, and develop action plans to improve the quality of solutions provided by support consultants
- Function as the go–to person for the support team for attending to any critical issues
- Investigate, analyze, communicate, and document business processes and business requirements
- Design solutions for change requests, provide estimates, document specifications, test and present the solution, and prepare training material
- Mentor project teammates with regard to consulting, writing, speaking, presentation, and training skills
- Collaborate with customers in business requirements gathering, documentation, process improvements, solution designing, demons, and training
- Identify, analyze, and document integration requirements between information systems
- Promote process improvements and innovation to drive business process optimization
- Perform and document impact analysis and estimates for change requests
- Develop presentations and conduct training on new or changed systems
- 5+ years of ERP experience with a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with Infor M3
- Authoritative knowledge in at least two of the following ERP modules:
- Product Data Management (PDM)
- Customer Order Processing (COP)
- Manufacturing (MFG)
- Planning (PLN)
- Purchasing (PUR)
- Warehouse (WHM)
- Finance (FIN)
- Knowledge of RDBMS, SQL, and XML
- Experience in ERP solution designing and executing at least two ERP implementations through all phases of the implementation
- Knowledge of at least one of the industry verticals listed below is a must:
- Fashion/textile, food & beverage, manufacturing, equipment service management and rental (ESM&R), distribution
- Pre-sales experience in Infor M3 and related satellite products
- Degree or an equivalent professional qualification
- Vendor certifications in functional ERP modules or APICS certification
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Client orientation
- Results and execution orientation
- Decision making
- Analytical ability
- Solid technical background and a sound understanding of IT systems and infrastructure
- Proven ability to develop and maintain effective internal and external business relationships with various levels of management and non-management stakeholders
- Proven ability to effectively work with key client executives and manage expectations
- Willingness to travel overseas and work on different shifts and time zones
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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