Vacancy, reference code HQ00053
|Application Manager SAP BW (M/F)|
|Every high-technology product from Yokogawa has to fulfill three basic criteria: Quality, Innovation, Foresight. We are one of the world leaders in industrial automation and control, test and measurement, information systems and industrial services. Besides being high quality, innovative and advanced, our products are also safe and durable. In other words, we supply smart technology, made by smart professionals. Many of our customers are household names in oil and gas upstream and downstream process, power generation, and the petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Continuous improvement. That's a key principle at Yokogawa. It's essential to building our future. Our goal: sustainable growth, satisfied customers and personal development of our employees.
For this strong, international business, we seek young and experienced professionals. Thinkers and self-starters who 'See, Know, Act'. Quick, smart, decisive. But above all, willing to go the extra mile for our customers!
At Yokogawa Europe, location Amersfoort (The Netherlands), we are looking for a new colleague in the position of
Application Manager SAP BW (M/F)
The MIS Department of Yokogawa Europe provides and supports a major part of the information supply to the European subsidiaries - ITIL-based. Currently, the MIS department supports about 600 SAP-users and this number will expand to over 1200 users the next years. Among others, SAP components (R/3 4.7 (FI, CO, MM, SD, PP, PS and HR), BW 3.5, CRM and SAP Portal are used for the information supply. Every colleague is an expert in various SAP modules.
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