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Oracle Manufacturing Senior Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

include documenting requirements and actively participating in design, configuration and testing of Oracle R12 implementation projects. Candidates… IBM


4 days ago

Oracle Order to Cash Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Order-to-Cash Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Oracle Financials and Manufacturing technology/process deliverables to… IBM


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Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Consultant (SC) is responsible for… of existing applications. The Procure to Pay Senior Consultant is… IBM


4 hrs ago

Oracle Order to Cash Senior Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Order-to-Cash Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Oracle Quote to Cash technology/process deliverables to Industrial… IBM


2 days ago

Senior Technical Sales Specialist - Software Defined Infrastructure / – new

IBM Washington, DC

Work closely with direct sales teams to develop business opportunities, analyze customer requirements, and provide consultative selling skills in… IBM


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