SAP Principal Application Developer

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Job Description
Lead and participate in the design, development and deployment of software applications to support EMC Business initiatives. This includes designing and building software applications from the ground up as well as the customization, extension, and implementation of third party software products.
As an Implementation Project Lead the responsibility includes Overall In charge of Delivery and Status.
Set up IDOC Monitoring Tool through CIC Portal.
Provide Solution Designing.
Onsite/offshore co-ordinator.
Triage the defects/issues and monitoring HQPC Ticket Status and assign to appropriate person.
Interface highly secured and embedded Certificates (MLS).
Work closely with legacy team to support the development of various inbound/outbound interfaces using LSMW, File Transfer and IDOC.
Configure Output Types, Access Sequence and Communication Methods through NACE Transaction.
Develop Function module for Encryption and Decryption using STRUST Tcode.
Develop Order Lycle Management Report/FM to analyze the Business current and forecast.
Carryout weekend plan to support cutover activities, Migration Activities and User Acceptance Testing.
Resource Utilization
Work on enhancement of Data Sources in ECC and enhancement of Business Content in SAP BI/BW.

5+ years of hands on SAP experience
Experience in Production support activities and Agile process.
Strong experience in Go-live, Post Go -live and End user training activities.
Working knowledge of BADI, Enhancement Spot, Customer Exits and OSS Notes.
Handled BW functional issues related to OTC & P2P/R2R. .
Strong Written and Spoken Communication skills.
Problem solving skills.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Possesses strong product/technology/industry knowledge.
Appropriate understanding of
Leadership Skills.
Ability to influence others to achieve results.
Title: SAP Principal Application Developer
Location(s): US -
- Southboro
Business: EMC
Functional Area(s): Information Technology
Requisition ID: 121170BR

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