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05/07 -03/08

Volkswagen (VW)

Senior Enterprise Architect

Responsible for various tactical and strategic projects mainly in integration and back office systems and technical governance. The work also involved the implementation of a credit risk management system for the finance and banking side.

The focus of my technical work at VW was:

Integration of legacy systems into an integration framework using  message broker design on Websphere message broker and MQ series

Implementation and roll-out of the strategic VW service application

SAP (and other ERP packages) FI, CO, PP, MI, PLM, MM, SD, MDM and SRM

Business architecture on new IFRS accounting reports

Successful introduction of a technical governance within the existing IS project life cycle

SOA and OO introduction

Implementation of various new Web presences

Implementation of the new Marketing data warehouse with ab initio as ETL

Integration of Financial Services with SWIFTNet and traditional SWIFT

Service Design (Service Level Management drawing SLA and OLA, Supplier Management with leading supplier negotiation, Capacity Management, Security Management, ITSCM & Catalog Management)


GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Global Executive ERP Enterprise Architect

Responsible for the global commercial ERP architecture and roll-out into over 150 markets.

I had to work vertical in several Business Units and coordinate the efforts with about 20 senior executives (VP and above).

The program delivers the new organizational commercial front & back office as well as the functions in the following areas: Finance (included M&A and credit risk management), Controlling, Warehouse management, sales, reporting (including forecasting) and procurement including the self service components. I signed responsible for all architecture and  sizing,  documents as well as for the reports (metrics) to the GSK board.

The main ERP suite used were SAP and Oracle EBS. Implemented BW and APO for O2C, R2R, SCM, P2P and Manufacturing, as well as master data management (MDM)

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