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SAP SD/MM Migration Specialist

Bright Coders' Factory — our name speaks for us, as our software sits in the hearts of global companies. We provide customers with state-of-the-art technologies. Our potential still grows, which is proven by the Forbes Diamond and Great Place to Work Awards.

We're writing code to make people's lives easier. In BCF, you will find your place and see that your work matters. Our portfolio includes projects from more than 15 industries - so depending on your preferences and stage of career, we're definitely going to find the right one for you.

About position

We are looking for an experienced professional with an SD/MM background (eventually integration to FI), project management skills, and the ability to drive the whole solution through.

Requirements

  • SAP SD/MM migration as part of the customer plan execution. User support with defects during hypercare.

Your responsibilities

  • Solution design (including the configuration part)
  • Supervision of the development as part of solution design
  • Execution of the system integration testing
  • Preparation and full coordination of UAT (support on test script preparation, coordination of users across E2E cycle, daily follow-up of the UAT execution, coordination with support team for the defect resolution, reporting, etc.).
  • Migration preparation (migration approach, analysis of the tools required, preparation of the migration programs for transaction data, step-by-step migration execution guide)
  • Cutover activities - preparation and execution of the cutover plan for MEA relating action
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Hybrid (Opole, Wroclaw, Poznan, Warszawa) | Remote
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SAP SD/MM Migration Specialist