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SAP MM / QM Architect

We are looking for SAP MM / QM Architect for our client in Newtown Square, CT Job Title: SAP MM / QM Architect Job Location: Newtown Square, CT Job Type: Contract 12 Months Job Description: Job Responsibilities: Acts as a recognized expert in translating operational business needs through developing and implementing the information technologyarchitecture and design for a system, with specialty in a complex system(s). Develops physical system architecture that provides the foundation for design, construction, testing, and deployment Utilizes Client-provided architecture guidelines and strategies to transform logical models into physical architectures and designs Designs and addresses key architecture considerations for the system Develops physical models that balance and integrate the data, processing, and technology aspects of the architecture Resolves issues regarding technology components and is responsible for performing functional capabilities, or determining how technologies will communicate when responsibility must be shared across technologies Publishes, updates and ensures that the architecture models meet business requirements and architecture standards Job Qualifications: Familiar with systems development processes and methodologies Ability to lead and facilitate cross-functional, multi-Supplier work teams Familiarity with relational database technologies and capabilities Knowledge of Client's industry group, trends, directions, major issues, regulatory considerations and trendsetters Ability to justify project, equipment, or staffing expenditures by identifying costs, benefits, and associated risks Knowledge of internet/intranet based opportunities and challenges Ability to work with others in a constructive and collaborative manner Ability to think critically; to recognize and anticipate a problem (technical, operational, process, organizational); and to identify and implement the best solution in a timely manner
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