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An SAP transformation ace with deep experience helping clients meet the challenges of digitization. You’re in your element using your supply chain know-how and boss-level creative and analytical powers to solve clients’ most complex business problems so their companies can do more. Communication and people skills? You have both in spades and you’re as comfortable inspiring teams to bring their A-game as you are presenting to the C-suite.
Aligning technology with business strategy and goals the SAP Transportation Consultant works directly with the client gathering requirements to analyze, design and/or implement technology best practice business changes. They are sought out as experts internally and externally for their deep functional or industry expertise, domain knowledge, or offering expertise. They enhance Accenture’s marketplace reputation.
Design and optimize End to End SAP Transportation processes at the client.
Conduct workshops to drive Key Design Decisions with clear recommendations and leading practices.
Configure, Design, Build, Test and Deploy the core Transportation solution and ensure it works seamlessly.
Work with the project team, team leaders, project delivery leads, and client stakeholders to create stand-out Accenture Transportation offerings and SAP Digital Core.
Develop strong relationships with clients and gain the trust of key advisors
Make the business case for the SAP technology solution recommended to the client
Pitch in on sales efforts when needed
Continue to learn and develop your technical SAP and business expertise
Here’s What You Need:
Minimum 2 years of experience in the SAP Transportation and/or Logistics Modules
Minimum of one end-to-end SAP Transportation implementation, including hands-on design and configuration
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years’ work experience). If Associate’s Degree, must have equivalent minimum 6-year work experience
Bonus Points If:
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