I am working in IBM India for last 8 years in SAP technical area. I started career in Price Waterhouse Coopers in 2001 and after that worked in many countries with different customers which are listed below in reverse chronological order.
2009: SAP Onsite Development Lead in Longmont, USA
Amgen Inc is the largest independent biotech firm in the World.
Development Lead in Quaterly Release implementation.
2008: SAP Onsite Project Lead in Chicago, USA
Onsite Lead in Project Management Team handling the onsite team in all areas of development, starting from blueprint to realization phase.
2006 - 07: SAP Onsite Market Lead in Greece
Custom Development Lead in Onsite in Integration Team handling all developmets.
2005: SAP Onsite Development Coordinator in Denmark
Working as SAP Interface and Enhancement Specialist with the primary responsibility of taking technical ownership of GCSS ALE developments and coordinating the same with the offshore development team .
2004: SAP Onsite Development Coordinator in Denmark
I was Sr. Development Coordinator for production of cheese and spread and Finance module & Owning 65 odd developments and 6/7 member Onsite team from different countries and coordinating offshore team in India.
2003: SAP Team Lead in IBM India
Came back from UK and joined GM Project (General Motors) as Team Leader. I was in the list of First Bravo Award winners from IBM Kolkata for this project.
2003: SAP Onsite Developer in UK
T-Mobile Third Party Settlement System (TPSS) SAP Implementation
Developed some high complex inbound and Outbound Interfaces for Account Payable and Account Receivable parts and · Configurations for ALE and configured Output Type for the outbound Idocs.
2002: Snr Developer , IBM India
After PwC accusation by IBM, We all in SAP practice in PwC joined IBM India Pvt Ltd.
2001: SAP ABAP Developer, PwC India
After passing from JU, I joined PwC on 9th July 2001, in Saltlake Sector V, Kolkata . I got 2 jobs in campus interview - Wipro and PwC, next year I got in TCS also.
I was mentally prepared to join Indian IT giant Wipro Technologies in Indian silicon valley Bangalore. But due to Economic Slow down, Wipro,Infy and all other companies delayed our joining date and I had to join PwC, my dream company (reached this conclusion after working for an year). It was not a big company, but very employee friendly and quality of people and deliverables was excellent.