Senior IBM Cognos Planning Analytics TM1

Business Intelligence

Senior IBM Cognos Planning Analytics TM1 Consultant required

London based £55-80k OTE pa + benefits

London based Cognos Partner seeks Cognos Planning/TM1 Consultant with a minimum of 2-3 years full life cycle development experience.

You will have a minimum of three years' experience working with Planning Analytics/TM1, ideally from a consulting background.

You will have strong functional and technical skills and experience and an excellent understanding of accounting fundamentals.

You possess excellent communication skills, you're a good listener who can present to every level of the organisation and you enjoy working collaboratively on large projects, whilst being motivated and proactive to work onsite with customers on your own.

You will be a dynamic, confident individual who embraces cutting-edge technology, you can find innovative ways to implement it, and you are always keen to be at the forefront of change

Limited travel, London and South East England + Remote Please call or email for further information

Salary £55- 80k OTE (depending on experience) made up of Salary + Un capped Untilisation bonus, plus pension+ healthcare+ expenses + profit share+ 28 days holiday

Tags; Cognos, TM1, Cognos planning analytics, Cognos Business Analytics, TM1 Consultant, Cognos Consultant, Analytics Consultant, Enterprise Planning, IBM Cognos, Cognos V10, Cognos v11, Business Intelligence, Cognos Reporting, Dashboards, ETL, SQL Server, Cognos Framework manger, Data Manager, MSBI, QlikView
Reference: AQGX-651326

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