1007 Informatica B2B Developer
ReqRoute,Inc - Newark, NJ

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Skills :
1 > Resource should have enough hands on experience on B2B DX . Managed File transfer ( FTP \ HTTP ) protocols of file transfer is extensively used to receive files from across the world .

Just fyi , Metlife environments does not have MFT as Metlife does not havce license of it . Our internal resources also have no experience on MFT . However Informatica knowlege base has enough documentation about MFT from which a resource can get idea about MFT as the topic is really a small one .

2 > Resource is not needed to be knowledgeable in DT as they are doing almost no transformation using DT . They are doing all basic transformations like Record count validation which power center is good enough .

3 > Informatica is window based here so probably unix shell scripting experience is not a mandatory requirement , but probably they use windows scripting .

4 > Their whole project is about rececing numerous files , validating , consolidating, logging details to database on the way and sending across to downstream systems ( internal ) .

Summarizing the resource requirement will be

Informatica senior developer with good B2B DX hands on experience . hands on experience on MFT . good experience in Informatica Power Center . Unix shell scripting is not mandatory .

For Immediate consideration please send resume to rashmi@reqrouteinc.com for immediate consideration.

Pls reach me @ 408.385.9607

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ReqRoute Inc. is a California-based employment services company that enables its clients to concentrate on their core business while we look...