Accenture Microsoft Dynamics Supply Chain Consultant in Overland Park, Kansas
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A Microsoft D365 Supply Chain Consultant who works cross-functionally with clients, operations, and sales to help deliver value and improve processes for clients. You offer shape value-added consulting solutions that enable clients to meet the changing needs of the global landscape.
Facilitate discovery, design, development, and deployment activities
Manage resources and deliver project tasks, both external and internal
Perform gap analysis between system functionality and client requirements
Communicate and document system specifications for clients and team members
Document test scenarios and perform unit, system, and data conversion testing tasks
Provide excellent customer interface skills throughout the project life cycle
Working knowledge of relational databases and data migration concepts
Provide periodic status reports and accurate estimates and timelines of work
Train client on use and maintenance of Dynamics D365
Ability to work on multiple projects
Ability to travel up to 40-50% domestically depending on individual project requirements
Here’s What You Need:
Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain, Industrial Engineering, Operations Management, or related field
At least 2 years of Microsoft D365/AX 2012 supply chain implementation experience
Proficient knowledge within WMS, TMS, and Inventory modules
Bonus points if:
Knowledge in Product Information Management, Procurement and Sourcing, Sales and Marketing in MS Dynamics modules
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