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Realising the benefits of agile and cutting-edge ERP and CRM systems will help organisations evolve quicker, implement faster and execute at scale – and your skills and experience are highly in-demand.

​​​​​​Want quick, simple access to the best opportunities in ERP? Our employer network is unrivalled and we have access to a vast number of ERP roles so you can trust us to help you take your next job move.

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Not only are we committed to matching you to a role, but we’ll make sure it’s the right role for you – one that meets your expectations and helps you to progress your career. You might want to work with a small business looking to implement their first ERP system, or an established organisation implementing large scale SAP S/4HANA upgrades.

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Your ERP questions, answered

What type of employers are hiring ERP professionals?

Organisations of all sizes across both the public and private sectors are hiring ERP professionals as accelerated digital transformation projects have touched almost every employer.
The widespread adoption of cloud ERP offers lots of opportunities, but there is variation in the projects you could be working on – large organisations will be transitioning their existing ERP system to the cloud, while smaller businesses may be starting from scratch.
There are also opportunities in larger organisations which are upgrading from legacy systems, for example, to SAP S/4HANA.

What are the key skills ERP professionals need in 2022?

Employers are looking for ERP professionals with experience implementing cloud ERP systems. Big Data and data management expertise are in high demand as businesses aim to make the most of the data they collect.
It is also beneficial to have knowledge of newer tech like AI, predictive analytics and robotic process automation – so a mindset of continuous learning and staying up-to-date with the latest ERP trends – and often CRM systems - and how your role can evolve to incorporate these is important.
However, don’t neglect your soft skills either. Team management and mentoring, the communication skills to manage stakeholders and an analytical, problem-solving attitude are all musts.

What soft skills are employers looking for in ERP roles?

Strong communication and stakeholder management skills are a must for most ERP roles as you’ll be engaging with many different areas of the organisation and taking them through upgrades and implementations.
Linked to this are change management skills and project management skills, which are extremely highly prized by employers given the sheer amount of IT enabled business change currently taking place.

How much can I expect to earn in an ERP role?

Salaries will vary depending on what type of ERP system you’re an expert in and where you’ll be based. In general, ERP support analysts tend to earn around £45,000, but if you’re experienced in Oracle you could be earning over £50,000. SAP ABAP developer and SAP BASIS consultant salaries average at around £45,000, reaching up to £55,000 if your role is based in London. SAP architects based in London can earn in excess of £85,000.
Contracting day rates will vary. In London and the South East, an ERP support analyst would typically earn around £400 a day, and ERP project managers around £600. SAP BASIS consultant day rates are typically £550 and SAP architects can earn up to £800 a day in London.

What’s new in ERP in 2022?

The adoption of cloud ERP continues to be front and centre for organisations as they seek to harness the extra speed, agility and ease of access it provides. The integration of AI and machine learning capabilities into ERP and CRM systems continues to help drive business efficiencies.
The masses of real-time data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) is also allowing for exciting new possibilities when it comes to automating processes. To sum up, there’s plenty happening that means lots of opportunities for ERP professionals.

What is a job in ERP?

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a type of software that’s used in large organisations to facilitate business operations. ERP specialists or consultants may be employed to help determine a company’s ERP needs, design personalised solutions and integrate ERP technologies with existing systems to ensure efficient results. They also monitor performance, implement any upgrades and troubleshoot issues that may arise.

What ERP jobs are available?

Discover the range of ERP job opportunities that are currently available, including ERP jobs for project managers, consultants, implementation, sales and more. Speak to one of our experts today and we’ll help you find your next role.