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Senior Business Analyst

Responsibilities: Manage integrations for Order To Cash Day2 operation and future projects for a wide range of applications Ensure "operational excellence" capabilities (usability, availability, resilience, security, etc.) are not compromised Ensure platform meets security compliance criteria at all times Identify and implement opportunities in the platform that will drive improvements in performance, scalability, reliability and re-usability. Continue to drive down technical debt and cost of operations/support. Define application architecture for large initiatives and make improvements in existing architecture What We're Looking For: Basic Qualifications: Clear understanding in end-to-end integration of Order To Cash process Must have knowledge on Salesforce to Zuora integration (Z-Sync, Z-360) Must have hands on experience in ICS/ICRT integration projects and REST/SOAP web service API call Knowledge of Zuora (Subscription and Z-Billing) is an added advantage Knowledge in securing web services via APIGEE proxy. Strong expertise in web service security (using SAML, JWT) Expertise in generating Java Web Token (JWT) Experience in integrations between SFDC, Zuora, Oracle EBS, Vertex and Box Experience supporting financial applications and managing business critical technical functions and SLA compliance 10+ years of relevant experience in large scale projects Bachelor's degree / Master's degree Strong analytical, problem determination and customer relations skills Wide range of engineering experiences including but not limited to Oracle EBS, Unix, web service security, performance scalability, API management 232359
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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