Technical Analyst In Kondor + at Palo IT

Singapore, Singapore

Posted on Apr 27 2015 (about 9 years ago)

Palo IT is a consulting firm with offices in Hong Kong (opening in December 2014), Singapore and France. Our company helps corporate clients innovate and leverage technology trends to build disruptive software and create new business models.

We provide the following consulting services in Asia:

  1. We accelerate innovation:
    • Unleash creativity by spreading a start-up mindset within your organization (innovation games / design thinking…)
    • Identify latest technology, user experience and create new business models (trendbooks, lean start-up)
  2. We build software:
    • Reduce go-to-market time and deliver business value faster with Agile delivery
    • Leverage current best engineering practices and Palo IT Software Factory
    • Implement Tekki - our automation platform and project accelerator
  3. We improve processes:
    • Boost performance continuously by becoming Agile & Lean
    • Improve your time to market with DevOps / Continuous deployment
    • Implement omni-channel architecture, define your SOA governance

We stand proud of our A-Team of 150 consultants from 20+ nationalities and our strong project delivery culture.

This role requires from you, at least 3 to 5 years of experience in K+, as a Techno-functional consultants (K+TP, KGR, KSP).

Our client is expecting strong Knowledge on K+, for the whole suite.

Good knowledge on Unix and Sybase are also required for this role.

Working front to Back, on cross asset, would be considered as an added value.

This project is mainly to look after the K+ applications, to perform some enhancement and fine tuning (BAU and support).

There are some requirement gathering to carry out.


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