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  1. 1. Essential Skills for Technical Recruitment Professional1. Understanding of Technologies2. Sourcing Skills - Different ways & Methods3. Market Knowledge4. Sales & Negotiation Skills
  2. 2. 1.Understanding Technologies
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  9. 9. General Standard Hierarchy and Responsibilities in any organization Delivery ManagerClient Management ,Budgets study, ensure the deadline ,communicating with the clients Practice HeadManaging the technology , to do the resource management , to track the resource pool, resource plan. Sr. Project manager Managing multiple projects team managers Project Manager (PM)More of management role and designing the projects(Architect is also in the same level) Team Lead (TL) Team Management, Assessing the responsibilities, Distribution of work. Senior Software Engineer (SSE) Development and Critical work in the projects Software Engineer(SE) (or) Jr. Developer Completely in coding/programming and development
  10. 10. What is ERP (Enterprises Resource Planning)?Enterprise resource planning software, or ERP, doesnt live up to its acronym. Forget about planning—itdoesnt do much of that—and forget about resource, a throwaway term. But remember the enterprise part.This is ERPs true ambition. It attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company ontoa single computer system that can serve all those different departments particular needs.That is a tall order, building a single software program that serves the needs of people in finance as wellas it does the people in human resources and in the warehouse. Each of those departments typically hasits own computer system optimized for the particular ways that the department does its work. But ERPcombines them all together into a single, integrated software program that runs off a single database sothat the various departments can more easily share information and communicate with each other. Thatintegrated approach can have a tremendous payback if companies install the software correctly.Take a customer order, for example. Typically, when a customer places an order, that order begins amostly paper-based journey from in-basket to in-basket around the company, often being keyed andrekeyed into different departments computer systems along the way. All that lounging around in in-baskets causes delays and lost orders, and all the keying into different computer systems invites errors.Meanwhile, no one in the company truly knows what the status of the order is at any given point becausethere is no way for the finance department, for example, to get into the warehouses computer system tosee whether the item has been shipped. Youll have to call the warehouse is the familiar refrain heard byfrustrated customers.ERP vanquishes the old standalone computer systems in finance, HR, manufacturing and the warehouse,and replaces them with a single unified software program divided into software modules that roughlyapproximate the old standalone systems. Finance, manufacturing and the warehouse all still get their ownsoftware, except now the software is linked together so that someone in finance can look into thewarehouse software to see if an order has been shipped. Most vendors ERP software is flexible enoughthat you can install some modules without buying the whole package. Many companies, for example, willjust install an ERP finance or HR module and leave the rest of the functions for another day.
  11. 11. Example….. Industry ERP (Software Package) Big ERP’s Small ERP’s SAP NavisionOracle Apps MFG/ProPeopleSoft BPCSJD Edwards B2B BAAN Ramco
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  13. 13. Participants in ERP Implementation Functional Consultant Technical ERP Administrators User Consultant1) Who will do the AS – IS Study – Developments Oracle Apps DBA : Power UserExisting system ( Actual Requirement Customization of Activities performing on End Userstudy of Legacy system, which can be in the forms Reports Application side.any form viz. Manual System or using Patching Performance tuningany technology) Cloning – is for testing purpose MaintenanceTo Prepare the flow chart Who can work on Oracle DBA – the Backup , Recovery, RICE Components Performance Tuning (Reports, Interfaces, Conversion Extension)Gap Analysis, He should have domainknowledge.Requirements gathering , Analysis, UserInteraction , Design a work flowDefine Setup ( How does a dataapplication will work )Documentation for future reference forend user training
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  15. 15. SAPTechnical Functional DBA/Administrator ABAP FI-CO BASIS(ABAPER) (Basis Administrator) MM SD PP PS PM HR QM WM SM/CS
  16. 16. Glossary Of SAPABAP:- Advance Business Application ProgrammingFI-CO:- FI = Finance, CO = ControllingMM:- Material ManagementSD:- Sales DistributionPP: - Production PlanningPM: - Plant MaintenancePS:- Project SystemHR: - Human ResourceQM: - Quality ManagementWM: - Warehouse ManagementSM/CS: - Service Management/Customer Services
  17. 17. Responsibilities of Technical Functional Consultant in SAPWhat does an ABAPer do (Technical Consultant in SAP)ABAP is an programming language which is used be SAP to develop the programs. So aprogrammer (ABAPer) develops software package by using various technologies like ALE,IDOC, BAPI, BDC, LSMW, Dialog Programming, Module Pool Programming, Reports, SAPScripts etc.ALE - Application Link EnablingIDOC - Interfacing DocumentsBAPI - Batch Application Programming InterfacesBDC - Batch Data CommunicationWhat does an Functional Consultant do (Functional Consultant in SAP)¾ AS-IS-Study.¾ TO-BE-Analysis¾ User Interaction¾ Preparing user manuals for end user training¾ Training end users and Power users
  18. 18. SAP New Dimension ModulesFor specific industries SAP AG, Germany has developed new customized product under thebrand name of SAP. These New Dimension Products are different from SAP Standardversion that is SAP R3 in each new dimension module there are Technical as well asFunctional Professionals like SAP R3.For Supply Chain Industry: -APO:- Advanced Planning Optimization DP : - Demand Planning. SNMP : - Supply network management planning. PPDS : - Production Planning Detailed Scheduling. GATP : - Global available to promise.For Oil Industry: - IS-OILFor Automobile Industry: - IS-AutoFor Media Industry: - IS-MediaFor retail Industry: - IS-RetailFor Customer Care Industry: - ISU-CCSFor CRM Industry: - SAP CRMFor Business Warehousing: - SAP BW/BIW
  19. 19. Brief about different ERP’s SAPDifferent Versions :- R2, R3 (4.6B, 4.6c), CIN (Country India Version)Technical :- ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming)Functional :- HR, FI-CO, SD, MM, PP, PS, PM, QMSAP Admin/DBA :- BASIS Oracle AppsDifferent Versions :- Oracle Applications 11iTechnical :- PL/SQL, Forms, Reports, Interfaces, Conversion, Extensions (RICE Components)Functional :- HRMS (Payroll, Advanced Benefits), MFG (BOM, WIP), FIN (AR, AP, GL), DIST (INV, PO, OM)DBA/Administrator :- Apps DBA PeopleSoftDifferent Versions :-Technical :- Peoplecode, People tools, PS QueryFunctional :- HRMS, MFG, FINDBA/Administrator :- Peoplesoft Admin/DBA JDEdwardsDifferent Versions :- WorldSoft, OneWorld, OneWorld XETechnical :- JDEdwards ProgrammerFunctional :- HR, MFG, FINDBA/Administrators :- CNC Administrator BAANDifferent Versions :-Technical :- BAAN ToolsFunctional :- FIN, MFGDBA/Administrators :- BAAN Administrators
  20. 20. Overview ofOracle Applications
  21. 21. Oracle Applications OverviewOracle 11i is the release version.Current Version of Oracle is Oracle 11.5.10.2.Current available Versions are 11.5.7 , 11.5.9 and 11.5.10.2.Oracle 6i, 8i, 9i these are all the databases (where we can store the data)1) Front End - forms – to enter the data, reports – to create various type of reports2) Back End - tables (8i, 9i, 6i) to feed (store) the data
  22. 22. Different modules in Oracle Apps1) Finance - AR (Accounts Receivables ), AP ( Accounts payable ), GL ( General Ledger),CM ( CashManagement), FA(Fixed Assets)Note: All are Individual Modules.GL interface is importantIn Finance Functional –1) P2P (P - P) – Procurement to pay cycle – that includes the combination of all these modulesPO+AP+GL2) O2C (O - C) – Order to Cash Cycle – that includes the combination of all these modules OM+AR+GL2) Manufacturing: WIP (Work In Progress), BOM (Bill Of Materials)3) Distribution: INV (Inventory), PO (Purchase Order), OM (Order Management)4) HRMS: Pay Rolls Advance Benefits, Core HR5) CRM: Tele Service, Field Service, Service Contracts.
  23. 23. Comparison…………….. Between a Programmer and a Technical Consultant in Oracle Apps. Programmer Technical consultant He will write the code in pl/sql He will involve in the development of Forms and RICE Components to ensure the business functionality. Between D2K and 11i? D2K (Developer 2000) Apps He has to develop all form and reports ERP has standard forms and reports (Built in)Lot of code to be written for the business In built business functionality functionality. Not recommended for large distributed Designed to manage large enterprises environment environments
  24. 24. Evaluation……………….Major players of Oracle Apps are :Oracle NAIO, Intelligroup, Delloitte, Infosys, IBM, TCS, GE, HCL, Sapient, Rapidgm, Xansa, BirlaSoft, Alliance Consulting, Bahav-one Cyber Tech, Sierra Atlantic, Solix, SatyamFollowing queries we can ask from candidates:1) Ask whether He/She is a Tech or Functional Consultant?2) What are the modules He/She worked?3) How may forms Or Reports that He/She customized in particular Project?4) Which version of forms that He/She working?5) Ask whether he worked on INTERFACES or Not?6) How many Implementations He/She did?7) Is He/She is in support project or implementation project?8) Why there is a need of customization?
  25. 25. Oracle DBAMajor differences between DBA – Development and DBA – Production DBA Developer – Development DBA - ProductionWho work on Stored Procedures Back-up, recovery, Performance tuning,Triggers Migration, Upgradation, PatchingUser creation management Regular MaintenanceTable space ManagementDesigning TableWriting code in pl/sql Major differences between Oracle DBA and Oracle Apps DBA Oracle DBA Oracle Apps DBAInstallation ,Back-up, recovery, Performance Installation, Cloning, Migration, Upgradation,tuning, Migration, Upgradation, Patching Patching,Work on Backend – Database side Work on Application side
  26. 26. DBA ResponsibilitiesThe job of the DBA seems to be everything that everyone else either doesnt want to do, or doesnt have theability to do. DBAs get the enviable task of figuring out all of the things no one else can figure out. Moreseriously though, here is a list of typical DBA responsibilities:•Installation, configuration and upgrading of Oracle server software and related products•Evaluate Oracle features and Oracle related products•Establish and maintain sound backup and recovery policies and procedures•Take care of the Database design and implementation•Implement and maintain database security (create and maintain users and roles, assign privileges)•Perform database tuning and performance monitoring•Perform application tuning and performance monitoring•Setup and maintain documentation and standards•Plan growth and changes (capacity planning)•Work as part of a team and provide 7x24 support when required•Perform general technical trouble shooting and give consultation to development teamsInterface with Oracle Corporation for technical support.
  27. 27. Required Skills for DBA•Good understanding of the Oracle database, related utilities and tools•A good understanding of the underlying operating system•A good knowledge of the physical database design•Ability to perform both Oracle and operating system performance tuning and monitoring•Knowledge of ALL Oracle backup and recovery scenarios•A good knowledge of Oracle security management•A good knowledge of how Oracle acquires and manages resources•A good knowledge Oracle data integrity•Sound knowledge of the implemented application systems•Experience in code migration, database change management and data management through the variousstages of the development life cycle•A sound knowledge of both database and system performance tuning•A DBA should have sound communication skills with management, development teams, vendors andsystems administrators•Provide a strategic database direction for the organization•A DBA should have the ability to handle multiple projects and deadlinesA DBA should possess a sound understanding of the business
  28. 28. Sun Technologies: JAVA / J2EEThree different Versions of JAVA 2 J2EE(Java 2 Enterprise Edition) J2SE ( Java 2 Standard Edition ) J2ME ( Java 2 Micro Edition) Web based Desktop Applications For Online gaming For Mobile applicationsDifference between Core JAVA J2EE Core Java J2EE Swings – Writing the forms JSP( Java Server Pages),EJB(Enterprise Java Beans),Servlets Only to design the desktop applications Distributed enterprises application It is Web based and Desktop based applications Most important questions you have to ask the candidates: 1) What is the IDE(Integrated Development Environment) that he/she is using? Like Eclipse, Netbeans, Jdeveloper, JBuilder, 2) How many JSPs he/she has written? 3) What type of EJBs you have written ? a) Entity Beans b) session Beans. 4) What method you have followed and ask for SDLC? 5) Are you comfort on Servlets? Servlets is which runs in Server and it is a redirector.
  29. 29. IBM Technologies7HFKQRORJ )XQFWLRQ0DLQIUDPH $SSOLFDWLRQ HYHORSPHQW$6 $SSOLFDWLRQ HYHORSPHQW/RWXV 1RWHV 0DLO 0DQDJHPHQW 6RIWZDUH5DWLRQDO 7RROV 6/ 7RROV7LYROL 6WRUDJH 0DQDJHU:HEVSKHUH 6XLW $SSOLFDWLRQ 6HUYHU ,QWHJUDWLRQ 7HFKQRORJ,%0 $,; 8QL[ EDVHG 2SHUDWLQJ 6VWHP
  30. 30. MainframesIn Mainframes we use :1) Cobol as the programming languageAbout COBOLAcronym for Common Business Oriented Language. Developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s, COBOLis the second-oldest high-level programming language (FORTRAN is the oldest). It is particularly popular forbusiness applications that run on large computers.COBOL is a wordy language; programs written in COBOL tend to be much longer than the same programswritten in other languages. This can be annoying when you program in COBOL, but the wordiness makes iteasy to understand programs because everything is spelled out. Although disparaged by many programmersfor being outdated, COBOL is still the most widely used programming language in the world.CICS as a backend tool :2) About CICSShort for Customer Information Control System, a TP monitor from IBM that was originally developed toprovide transaction processing for IBM mainframes. It controls the interaction between applications and usersand lets programmers develop screen displays without detailed knowledge of the terminals being used.CICS is also available on non-mainframe platforms including the RS/6000, AS/400 and OS/2 -based PCs.
  31. 31. 3) DB2 as a Database:About DB2:Short for Database 2, a family of relational database products offered by IBM. DB2 provides an open database environment that runs on a wide variety of computing platforms. A DB2 database can grow from a small single-user application to a large multi-user system. Using SQL, users can obtain data simultaneously from DB2 and other databases. DB2 includes a range of application development and management tools. DB2 supports Mainframe as well as UNIX environment4) MVS, OS/390 are the operating systems for Mainframesi) About VSAM :Virtual Storage Access Method, a file management system used on IBM mainframes. VSAM speeds up access to data in files by using an inverted index (called a B+tree) of all records added to each file. Many legacy software systems use VSAM to implement database systems (called data sets).ii) About MVSShort for Multiple Virtual Storage, the operating system for older IBM mainframes. MVS was first introduced in 1974 and continues to be used, though it has been largely superseded by IBMs newer operating system, OS/390.Mainframe Administrators:1. OS/390 Administrator2. RACF Administrator (Resource Access Control Facility)
  32. 32. AS/400AS/400 (Application System/400, a line of IBM minicomputers introduced in 1988.) is aEnvironment and platform and in this we use :COBOL/400, CL/400 as a Programming LanguageDB2/400 as a DatabaseOS/400 as an Operating systemMajorly used in Banking Finance Industry
  33. 33. IBM Rational Tools To Manage the complete Software Development Life CycleDifferent phases:1. Req. Gathering Analysis 2. Design the project 3. Coding Implementation4. Testing 5. Change Management 6. Maintenance Documentation 7DVN5DWLRQDO 5HTXLVLWH 3UR 5HTXLUHPHQW *DWKHULQJ $QDOVLV5DWLRQDO 5RVH 3URMHFW HVLJQ5DWLRQDO 5RVH ;( 0RGHOLQJ 7RROV5DWLRQDO OHDUDVH 9HUVLRQ RQWURO KDQJH 0DQDJHPHQW5DWLRQDO OHDU4XHVW %XJ 7UDFNLQJ 7RRO5DWLRQDO 5RERW )XQFWLRQDO 6VWHP 7HVWLQJ5DWLRQDO 7HVW 0DQDJHU 7HVW 0DQDJHPHQW 7RRO5DWLRQDO 7HVW 5HDOWLPH 7HVWLQJ WRRO IRU 5HDOWLPHHPEHGGHG WHFKQRORJLHV5DWLRQDO 3XULI 0HPRU /HDN WHVWLQJ5DWLRQDO 3RUWIROLR 0DQDJHU 3RUWIROLR 0DQDJHPHQW5DWLRQDO 6R$ RFXPHQWDWLRQ RI SURMHFWV
  34. 34. Datawarehousing ToolsETL Tools: Which performs Extraction, Transformation, Loading operations on dataOLAP Tools: Which performs On-Line Analytical Processing on data ETL Tools OLAP Tools Ascential DataStage Business Objects Informatica Hyperion Essbase Ab Initio Cognos MicroStartegyFor More Details on Datawarehousing visit:http://www.1keydata.com/datawarehousing/datawarehouse.html
  35. 35. 2.Sourcing Skills - Different ways Methods
  36. 36. Sources…………1. Job Portals - Naukri.com - Jobsahead.com - Monsterindia.com - Jobstreet.com - Timesjobs.com2. Online Groups Discussion Boards - http://groups.yahoo.com - http://groups.google.com3. Human Networking4. Headhunting References5. Search engines – Google, Yahoo, AltaVista etc

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