Principal Business Consultant(s)

Company Name:
EMC Corporation
Job Duties: Responsible for driving sustainable, long-term business change by working closely with cross-functional business leaders to align processes, technology and resources with the strategic direction and growth drivers for the company. Create and manage end to-end Process Models for key functional and cross-functional processes. Partner with business leaders to stay abreast of strategic imperatives and planned business model evolution. Identify critical change opportunities using best practice consulting tools and methodologies (e.g. Lean Six Sigma, consulting frameworks, etc.). Develop business cases and detailed business requirements for prioritized projects including high-level process analysis, identification of key gaps, approach options, estimates and projected ROI. Measure ongoing KPIs, adoption metrics, and Return on Investment; identify root cause in cases where projected business case benefits are not achieved. Participate in industry discussions and events to learn and share understandings and best practices.
Job Requirements: Bachelors degree in Comp. Sci., Engin,(any), Business, Math, Physics, or related technical field plus 60 months experience in job offered or computer-related occupation. Experience must include 60 months of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience. Experience must include: 1) MDM Models, 2) SAP, 3) Informatica Data Director, 4) User Acceptance Testing, 5) SAP LS MW, 6) ABAP, 7) Designing an As-Is process flow for the order to cash business process in an SAP SD module, and 8) Performing GAP Analysis based on the As-Is process flow and the To-Be process flow. Any suitable combination of education, training or experience is acceptable.

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