The Strategic Accounts (SA) Pricing Analyst is responsible for assisting in creating product and customer financial analyses that support the development and implementation of pricing strategies, price execution policies and overall optimization of price management that are consistent with the goals of the Airgas Strategic Accounts team.
As a Software Product Analyst, you will leverage your basic knowledge of software development and gain experience working with end-users and software engineers, helping to ensure that our business software is highly functional, intuitive and meets or exceeds expectations.
Function as a liaison between the Product Management and Engineering teams to ensure that the solution being delivered the solution meets the intended purpose/business needs primarily through translating business requirements (the "what") into functional designs (the "how").
More efficient scheduling identifying ganging opportunities to reduce make-readies, maximizing web width, reducing overtime, reducing lead times, utilizing flexo and digital presses appropriately, etc.
The Business Analyst requires a thorough understanding of the current state of the organization to identify impacts from changes being introduced, to ensure alignment with strategic objectives, and to recommend changes related to implementing a new solution.
Design, code, test, implement, maintain and support applications software that is delivered on time and within budget. Work closely with customers, business analysts and team members to understand business requirements.
Maintains the production support disaster recovery/business continuity plans. Coordinates and conducts disaster recovery testing as required, documents test results, and documents modifications required for future testing.
The Strategic Accounts Product Specialist/TCO Analyst will be focused on improving gross margins and helping to deliver cost savings to our customers. In addition he or she will provide consultation and value added solutions to internal stakeholders on TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) best practices, opportunities and initiatives.