THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER POSITIONS
ERP Project Manager
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project manager belongs to the top management committee of a business. This involves doing work in information technology and using the ERP software for business profit. The ERP project manager handles a project management team from multiple locations and with multiple deadlines. Teaching the staff how to use the ERP software is important. They must understand clearly how to use the application. Allocating the money for the ERP project, implementing the ERP project from start to end, and establishing clear communication lines between the project manager and the staff are crucial. The ERP project manager reports directly to the director of IT.
Every company needs someone to manage their day-to-day operations. To ensure the company is constantly mitigating its cost structure, the operations manager is relied upon to manage a company’s fixed and variable costs. Whether it’s aligning company wide goals and objectives to internal resources, eliminating redundant work processes and procedures, streamlining reporting structures, reviewing departmental and program budgets, or even just enacting plans to reduce overall business costs, there seems to be no end to an operation manager’s responsibilities.
Software developers (or computer programmers) are the brains behind the design, installation, testing and maintenance of ERP software systems. Much more than just playing around with codes, if you work with ERP software you'll play an important part in making a business more efficient and helping to provide a better iT Service.
The Sales Engineer supports the sales productivity and sales deal flow by securing the "technical close" in complex ERP Sales solutions. This persons knows ERP and how to demonstrate and communicate their knowledge application clearly. They collaborate with service, engineering, and technical support resources to ensure proposed deals include technical solutions that accurately address customer needs, and are appropriately supported by key customer technical decision-makers.
Accountants carry the primary responsibility for ERP financial records, making sure the appropriate records are maintained, systems are in place and procedures adhered, taxes are paid and they oversee the efficient use of funds and resources.
Manufacturing (ERP) Consultant
This job requires at least a university business management graduate. They are attentive to detail, have good oral and written communication skills, good problem solving skills, and good analytical skills. The Manufacturing Consultant improves the quality of operations in the company and the effective use of the ERP systems. The Manufacturing Consultant reports to the Vice President of Operations. They may posses an APICS certification in addition to advanced degrees. The main function is to analyzes complex business data and establish the kind of improvements that can be made for the company to increase profit. They are recognized for having at least ten years of business experience. A lucrative opportunity awaits n the corporate setting with good performance.
Business analysis is a research discipline that provides the groundwork for all kinds of changes in the business processes. It is the operation of identifying issues and implementing a solution, developed through various tools and techniques after proper research. Business analysis is essentially an array of techniques, actualized towards realizing the needs and providing for the requirements arising in the organization. And for this, the very first step is determining and facilitating the implementation of the suitable change, to successfully achieve the strategic goals of the organization.