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iWay BI/BW Onsite Technical Lead

Company Name:
Software Professionals Inc.
Limited H1B'S!
job
Description
The
position
requires the candidate to work with the client's staff to support client's iWay (BI/BW) integration platform. Day to day responsibilities will include :
o Work on production support
tickets
and resolve L2 and L3 issues
o Work on minor enhancements and small project work related to iWay implementation
o Monitoring system performance and responding to system issues as and when they happen
o Troubleshoot production system issues and provide fixes to such issues
o Perform root cause analysis of system issues and design permanent fix for repetitive problems.
o Coordinate with offshore team to fix system issues
o Coordinate with client project teams and business users to gather system enhancement requirements, document them as functional specification document
o Participate in development lifecycle of system enhancements like coding, unit and system testing, user acceptance testing and coordination with offshore team and client stakeholders
o Status reporting and communication with client and Cognizant stakeholders



Required Qualification
o Experience on iWay integration Suite or similar integration tool (like Tibco, WebMethods etc.).
o Understanding of enterprise application Integration concepts
o Good knowledge on SQL
o Good knowledge on transfer protocols (eg: FTP,HTTP,SFTP)
o Good knowledge over XML modeling and XSLT,XPATH,XSD and Web
services
o Basic knowledge on SAP iDocs, Java Concepts
The position requires knowledge of iWay integration Suite. However, if candidates have experience of any similar tool like Tibco, WebMethods etc, and a good aptitude to learn new similar tools, we will consider them.

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