The Dynamics Integration Specialist III works with project managers, internal development teams, customers, and 3rd party consultants to engineer and deploy the integration component between the TrueCommerce Translation Software and the customer's existing ERP systems. This role is responsible for training users on the integration functionality and ensuring the Integration is customized to the customers unique business needs. The Integration Specialist III is also responsible for being a designated subject matter expert in the Integration Component on designated ERP systems, becoming the go to resource for issues pertaining to the specified platform that exceed beyond applicable team knowledge.
Integration Specialist III Job Responsibilities:
TrueCommerce, a global provider of trading partner connectivity, integration and unified commerce solutions, is the most complete way to connect your business across the supply chain, integrating everything from EDI, to inventory management, to fulfillment, to digital storefronts and marketplaces, to your business system, and to whatever comes next. To stay ahead in today's dynamic global market, companies need to be able to do business in a lot of different directions at once. TrueCommerce has helped businesses be more connected, more supported, and more prepared for what's next. That's why thousands of companies - ranging from start-ups to the global Fortune 100, across various industries - rely on us.
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Our culture and values are what set us apart! TrueCommerce provides an open and positive work environment where providing employees with a work/life balance is key. Work is not only challenging, but interesting and rewarding as well. It's exciting for our employees to see how our products help customers grow their businesses. We encourage employees to grow and develop by providing opportunities for advancement. Employees work in a team environment where they are able to celebrate their achievements as they work towards their goals. Additionally, TrueCommerce organizes events throughout the year like global town hall meetings, team outings, holiday events, and opportunities to volunteer for charities. Come join our team!ExperienceRequired
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Integration Specialist is $92,283 per year or $44 per hour. The highest paying Integration Specialist jobs have a salary over $119,000 per year while the lowest paying Integration Specialist jobs pay $71,000 per year
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