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Business Analyst and SAP FI/CO Consultant (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – October 29, 2012
A typical day for me was to first respond to any production support open issues; followed by any mini project in progress; and staying on top of the progression of the EMEA SAP implementation. One of the most important facts that I learned is it is not enough to know your job but more importantly it is critical to ask for assistance to balance the workload. The managment team is mostly new and although that is a plus factor to bring in new blood it is also a deterent when implementing a global system when the voice of management is a crucial factor and they are just learning the faucets of the organization. I enjoyed working with my co-workers because as a team they brought many facts into play to round out any decisions we made. The hardest part of my position was balancing the workload between plant customers and the corporate customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was the meeting and knowledge transfer of so many different nationals and cultures in the organization.
a pro was working in the homeoffice gave me the ability to work closely with the management team.
a cons would be that my internal customer base was so spread out it was difficult to balance.