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Brief CV Name: ALBERTO SABATE Date of birth: 13 February 1973 Nationality: Spaniard Address: Juan Miro, 21 08329 Teia (Barcelona, SPAIN) Phone: + 48 504 238 070 E-mail: email@example.com Languages: English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Polish Degree: Bachelor in Business Administration (1991 – 1995) Post-degree: Master in Business & Technology (1999 - 2000) Sumary: Alberto Sabate has over 10 years professional experience across a wide spectrum of industries. As a consultant, he has implemented SAP tools to support sales cycles, reporting and planning scenarios within a few multinational companies across several European countries. Completing a remarkable “hands-on” career in SAP that has covered functional and technical skills (including ABAP), he has also acted as a manager allocating resources and delivering projects on time and on budget. Alberto Sabate is a certified consultant in SD (1998), BW (2000) and CRM (2001). Previous to contractor work Alberto was an employed consultant at IBM Global services for 2 years and later a Manager within Andersen (Bearingpoint today) for a year. Below are some of the most relevant projects where he took part either as a functional consultant or as a project manager. Total as SAP within R/3 within within Experience consultant BI/BW BPS/IP (in years) 12 10 4 6 4 num. full R/3 (SD) SAP CRM BI/BW BPS IP cycles 3 2 5 3 2 Beverages Pharm FMCG Industrial Electronics Other Projects by a industry 3 2 5 2 2 5 Detailed SAP projects Client: http://www.danfoss.com Tool: BW 3.5 & BPS Date: from Feb 2008 (4 months) Location: Sonderbog, Denmark Role: Lead Consultant. The project included a web based interface to simulate order profitability including payment terms, interest rates, yearly rabates, etc. A margin controlling cockpit was also created to display missed revenue due to low enforcement of surcharges or excess discounts. Client: http://www.coca-colahbc.com Tool: BI7 & IP Date: from March 2007 (11 months) Location: Prague, Czech & Sofia, Bulgaria Role: Lead Consultant. As a BPS consultant I developed several planning applications using both BW-BPS and Integrated Planning. The large scale implementation included hundreds of users across 14 European countries. The tools I took in charge were OPEX planning, Cost Center planning and a Plant Maintenance Budgeting tool. The scope of my responsibilities included requirement gathering, customizing, ABAP development and user training. Client: www.solinest.fr Tool: BI 7 Date: from July 2006 (8 months) Location: Mulhouse, France Role: BI Project Manager. Design Datawarehouse architecture delivering a datawarehouse solution covering sales, stocks, purchases and financial data. The project scope also included a COPA planning application using planning folders. Beside the most common BW/BPS functionalities the project included the set up of a pre-calculation server to email daily reports to partners outside the organization. BI 7.0 evaluation leader including transformation rules and Integrated planning interfaces. (130 users) Client: www.danfoss.com Tool: BW 3.1 – CRM 4.0 Date: from March 2006 (4 months) Location: Nordborg, Denmark Role: Lead CRM/BW consultant. Extraction, datamodelling and delivery of an analytical application using customer and sales data coming from a SAP CRM system. Basic enhancement of datasources with exits and start routines. Client: www.generalmills.com Tool: BW BPS 3.5 – SEM BCS 4.0 Date: from June 2005 (9 months) Location: London, UK Role: Lead Consultant. Alberto set up an integrated financial planning tool covering P&L, Balance Sheet, Cash-flow and working capital planning. Budgeting and forecasting processes supported over 20 subsidiaries running SAP systems with 60 financial controllers (users) involved. A web based interface was also develop to support the same budgeting cycles for subsidiaries not running SAP, adding to the SEM landscape some 40 subsidiaries and 180 users. Realtime actuals were also collected from BW into BCS (new functionality). In BCS the project included the validation of submited consolidadted statements, the interunit trade elimination and consolidation of investments using both the purchase method and the equity method. (300 users) Client: www.abbot.com Tool: BW 3.1 – SEM 3.5 Date: from March 2005 (2 months) Location: Ludwigshafen, Germany Role: SEM-BPS project using planning folders as user Interface. Planning of Payroll and general expenses. Cost allocations to Cost Centers, Internal Orders and WBS Elements. The financial planning process included budgeting and forecasting phases. Planned data (primary and secondary costs) was sent back to R/3 for online reporting and running CO cycles. (60 users) Client: www.gillette.com Tool: SEM-BPS 3.0B Date: Jan. 2005 (2 months) Location: Frankfurt, Germany Role: Develop a web based solution for a Procurement Savings Management System. With an international base of close to forty planners, the project included the planning of procurement costs for direct and indirect materials. Data slices were used to allow multi version planning as well as rolling forecast. Client: www.sandoz.com Tool: BW 3.1 – SEM 3.5 Date: from Feb. 2004 (11 months) Location: Vienna, Austria Role: Lead SEM-BPS consultant within a Planning Product Portfolio project. The project included profitability analysis based on investment and Revenue forecasts to guide the product Portfolio planning phase. Relationship characteristics and BPS hierarchies where used as well as numerous FOX Formulas and user exits. Web based application containing over 10 planning/Multi planning areas. Client: www.inbev.com Tool: CRM 4.0 – BW 3.1 Date: Feb 2004 (1 month) Location: Moscow, Russia Role: Definition of processes and blueprint of a CRM implementation supported with BW as the reporting system. Jointly with the end customer business leaders and resources from SAP Germany, the project scope included putting in place a sales automation system to enable direct order processing from over 150 sales points. My involvement was limited to guidance on the functionalities available on CRM 4.0 and BW 3.1. No implementation took place, at that point. Client: www.seminis.com Tool: BW 3.0B – SEM 3.1B Date: from April 2003 (11 months) Location: Einkhauzen, The Netherlands. Barcelona, Spain. Oxnard, US Role: Lead BW/SEM consultant within a Global BW project were Infocubes and ODS objects covering Financial and Logistics areas were put in place to collect data from around 20 different companies. Intensive use of Business content provided by SAP and self develop data models. The project included integration with R/3 DataSources, flat files and Oracle Databases with DB Connect. Project included setting up planning functionalities (SEM-BPS) for general costs budgeting in 12 subsidiaries and 50 users were trained. Additionally, the design also included real time information access by means of remote cubes. Return tables, user exit variables, complex authorisation profiles and BAPIs were also implemented. All reporting and planning was web based. A 4 wall management cockpit (SEM-CPM) with 50 frames was also designed to access key reporting data. Client: www.capsa.es Tool: SAP CRM 3.0 – SAP BW 3.1 Content Date: March. 2003 Location: Asturias, Spain Role: Within the implementation of a call centre project with marketing functionalities based on SAP CRM, I was responsible for the communication of this solution with SAP BW. I.e. target groups for outbound calls queues were created in BW by means of queries and transferred to CRM. Call centre statistics coming from the CTI were analysed in BW in order to monitor service quality. Client: www.donsimon.com Tool: SAP BW 3.0B Date: from July.2002 - 5 months Location: Murcia, Spain Role: Installation of a BW system with release 3.0B and IGS server. Deployment of business content infocubes 0SD_C03 (SD) updated by means of the extractor cockpit and 0COPA_C01 (CO). Set up of reporting capabilities with the use of the web application designer supporting web browsers, palm devices and wap enabled mobile phones. Client: www.alcatel.com Tool: R/3 SD module Date: from Jan. 2001 - 4 months Location: Antwerp, Belgium Role: Training consultant in release 4.6. Responsible for the training of 40 key users from 3 continents and 13 countries. The role included the development of training material covering SD and MM functionalities. Clients: www.ondacero.com www.merquinsa.es Tool: SEM 3.0 and BW 2.1C Date: from May 2001 – June 2002 Location: Madrid, Spain Role: As a Manager at a European SAP Competence Center, Alberto has worked in several BW, SEM and CRM projects managing resources and pre-sales work. Client: www.chupachups.com Tool: R3 SD module and BW 3.0 B Date: Apr. 2000 – Dec. 2000 Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia Role: Business process definition, SD customisation, key-users training and post go-live support. Order processing, batch management, pricing, deliveries, transportation, billing, LIS reporting and reports with ABAP. Set up a solution to monitor the top 100 KPI’s of a multinational company extracting data from R/3 and lotus notes. Information access was done through a Balanced Scorecard. The areas covered included sales, purchasing, production, logistics, claims and internal services. On the R/3 side, many datasources were extended by means of user exits. On the BW side, the project required extensive use of user exits to proper calculate variables at query time. Complex personalized roles (authorisations) and publication of reports on the company’s Intranet was also part of the project. Client: www.holcim.es Tool: R3 SD module Date: March 2000 Location: Madrid, Spain Role: R/3 system upgrade from 4.0 to 4.5. Business process analysis. Identification of new useful functionalities, improvement of processes, etc. Client: www.hero.es Tool: R3 SD module Date: March 2000 Location: Murcia, Spain Role: Data Migration. Identification of relevant master data from legacy systems. Creation of Batch inputs and direct inputs for orders, customers and product master upload into an R/3 system. Client: www.sharp.es Tool: R3 SD module Date: Oct. 1998 – Dec. 1999 Location: Barcelona, Spain Role: SD Consultant. The project included Data migration, Order processing with a highly complex pricing and bonus systems, deliveries, invoicing, reporting with the SIS. Also set up transportation functionalities and batch management. All business processes, from order to cash were implemented, obtaining a high degree of exposure with modules like FI-AR and CO-PA.