Oracle ERP Consultant
More than ever, Accenture and Oracle are focused on bringing the best of our two companies together to help businesses and governments overcome their most daunting business and IT challenges. It is expected that a ERP consultant bridges the gap between business and IT on the following domains: Finance, Procurement and Supply Chain Management.
What will you be doing?
As an Oracle ERP Consultant you are responsible for the analyses, design, implementation and optimization of business processes in complex IT Landscapes for major international clients. You bridge the gap between technology and business processes, not by writing code, but by creating blueprints for technology solutions for the business. You will get to work in the following industries: telecommunications, products and resources.
You should be able to deliver an efficient technical solution in collaboration with the customer that meets the requirements as defined by the project. You will fulfill a key role in bringing the latest ERP technologies to the customer.
How will you be doing that?
- System Implementation:
- Implementation of SaaS applications with regard to : Finance, Procurement and Supply Chain Management
- New product implementation
- Plan & Analyze phase
- Solution Architecture:
- Solution Architecture for SI & SI/AO
- Solution Architecture for Oracle Multi tower
- Solution Architecture for Oracle as a Service
- Project Management Services
- Alliance Management
An EPR consultant has a good understanding of Oracle architecture and a demonstrated experience in at least one of the following domains: Financials Cloud, Revenue Management Cloud, Accounting Hub Reporting Cloud, Project Financial Management Cloud, Project Management Cloud, Procurement Cloud and Risk Management Cloud. Moreover, the ability to assess the potential impact of emerging Oracle technologies. As well as ability to implement the most advanced Oracle's product features (Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Financial Management, Project Portfolio Management, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Distribution Management).
The ERP consultant has proven skills in setting creative direction within the brand guidelines, exploring new approaches, creating visual vocabularies, and working strategically with online partners. In addition, individual must have strong client facing and presentation skills which includes ability to discuss, listen, defend and persuade. Furthermore, an ERP consultant has strong analytical and critical thinking to quickly grasp business problems and always seeks out opportunities to make continuous improvements.
It is recommended to have advanced project management capability to effectively manage portfolio of projects and ability to drive complex strategic projects with minimum supervision. Other recommended skills are:
- Capable of adhering to project schedules and effectively tracking their progress to meet challenging deadlines and corporate initiatives.
- Able to self-manage and work on multiple projects simultaneously both independently and as a member of a team.
- Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills in English up, down and across all levels of organizations.
- Interpersonal skills to build relationships up, down and across all levels of organizations.