• IBM IIS Architect

    Job ID
    Consulting Services
    Information Management
  • Overview

    Purpose of the role-


    The purpose of IBM IIS Architect is to execute large scale Data Warehousing/Business Intelligence/Data Governance/Big Data projects.


    Key responsibilities

    • Around 10 to 12 years of experience in Executing large scale Data Warehousing/Business Intelligence/Data Governance/Big Data projects
    • Deep Expertize in IBM Data Integration products like Data Stage, Quality Stage, Information Analyzer
    • Experience in Information Governance Catalogue (IGC) is an added advantage
    • Experience in pursuits, creating E2E proposals & solutions to address customer & business needs, different estimations & execution methodologies and governance frameworks
    • Must poses very strong presentation & Power Point Skills
    • Need to have good understanding of one or more verticals/domains preferably Financial Services/Healthcare/Government Services/Retail
    • Need to have good consulting skills and should have guided customers on large BI programmes
    • Must possess the ability to innovate, build capability in the areas identified/prioritized for the practice


    Desired Qualities:

    • Work with the Practice leadership in taking the Information Management & Analytics Practice to the next level in terms of growth, branding, capabilities & talent
    • Conceptualize & Create differentiated offerings and Go To Market (GTM) strategies.
    • Work with different Practices & Groups of the organization to build End to End/Pointed Offerings/Solutions.
    • Create different artefacts like Frameworks, Methodologies, Accelerators, Case Studies, POV’s.
    • End to End ownership of Proposal responses
    • Lead short term consulting assignments and manage project delivery.
    • Excellent communication skills both oral and written.


    Educational Qualification: B.Tech/B.E/M.Tech/MCA/M.Sc


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