Fusion Reporting Developer (2-5 Years)

Posted on 13-Jan-2017 (Job Expired) by : Dunnhumby India Pvt Ltd
Not Disclosed

Keyskills : Customer Relations Data Analysis Data Modeling Oracle Fusion Middleware

Job Summary

1 Opening
IT-software services
IT/ Software/ Services

Job Description

  • The Oracle Fusion Reporting Developer will be responsible for developing reports using Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI), BI Publisher, and in the future, Oracle Business Intelligence for Applications (OBIA).
  • Build and unit test the reports and data extracts in accordance with the business specifications
  • Assist in the analysis and definition of the technical requirements.
  • Work with the Business Systems team to develop reports.
  • Support User Acceptance Testing of reports with business representatives
  • Knowledge transfer and support development of junior developers.

Roles & Responsibilities

    • Experience with key Fusion modules including Human Capital Management (HCM), Financials, Procurement, Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
    • Experience developing reports using OTBI, BI Publisher.
    • Extensive knowledge and experience of SQL, PL/SQL, Data Modelling and Star Schema Design.
    • Extensive knowledge data analysis experience.

Company Profile

Dunnhumby, the world's leading customer science company, has broken new ground as one of the first organisations to implement a unique suite of Oracle cloud solutions to help streamline its operations and continue to drive its rapid growth. Working with organizations such as Tesco PLC, Macy's and Coca-Cola, dunnhumby analyses data from more than 400 million customers across the globe for its clients and helps them transform their businesses by putting the people they serve at the heart of their decision-making. By adopting the full stack of Oracle solutions, dunnhumby is enhancing its front and back-office processes with a state-of-the-art applications platform and an integrated enterprise applications suite.

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