Manage sophisticated financial and operational modeling; you'll build models from scratch, improve existing models and break larger models into sub-components that ultimately consolidate for the organization to help drive sound business decisions.
Analyzes, identifies and writes detailed description of user requirements, Makes recommendations for business process improvements with a thorough understanding of technical problems and solutions as they relate to the technology needs.
Researches, designs, develops operates and maintains support services for existing and new business applications and/or information systems solutions through integration of technical and business requirements per standard HP IT process methodology (such as ITIL and ITSM).
Assist in the development of strategic partnerships with the business unit in order to further develop a solid knowledge base of the business line, including the business plan, products, processes and revenue streams.
Monitor key performance indicators and provide informed guidance that drives profitability in a sustainable way. Examples may include path to bonus forecast tool coaching, staffing & ot assistance, and monthly variance analysis.
Defines and performs systems analysis and development tasks to improve workflow and operating efficiency. Makes recommendations to standardize procedures and processes and to introduce new technology or improve existing technology.
The enterprise resource planning (ERP) analyst will provide functional and technical support for the Lawson (Human Capital Management/HR/Benefits/Payroll S3 application suites as well as ancillary applications and system integration points.
The Business Analyst effectively facilitates the gathering, analysis, prioritization and categorization of complex business requirements in the revenue business lines s/he supports; leads and directs business teams in medium to large projects creating new business solutions or enhancements to existing business solutions.