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Unterstützung Skype for Business Rollout - Technical Consultant - München(mit Remote Tätigkeit)

Aufgabe:
Migrate 133 sites worldwide from Cisco/Avaya to Skype for Business Rollout and rollout the respective hardware.
Migration Lead (Focus Avaya):
They are working on multiple smaller or fewer lager sites at the same time. They are end-to-end responsible for their site and the activities required and will work with the provided migration timeline checklist and migration plan to ensure their site can be migrated without issues. Problems can and will escalated as early as necessary to the Program/Project Lead.
Usually a site will be migrated in the following way:
- Analysis (Collect all required data to describe the CMO. Understanding of the legacy infrastructure is requred.)
- Planning (Use collected data to define FMO and plan for CMO->FMO)
- Implementation (Execute the plan)
- General (Documentation)

Anforderung:
- Deep Avaya know-how (e.g. GW configuration, Avaya Aura Contact Center, EC500, AES, Modular Messaging Mailbox, Call Flows,...)
- Deep Skype for Business know-how
- Hands-on experience with AudioCodes equipment/software (e.g. EMS, M1KB, MP112/124, 420/440HD)
- Telephony/Carrier know-how

Wünschenswert:
additional Cisco GW/configucation know-how and experience

Umgebung/Sonstiges:
Remote(most of the time), Munich (Test Environment), Onsite activities for migrations need to be possible for critical migrations
  • Branche Sonstige
  • Ort München(mit Remote Tätigkeit)
  • Start 01.05.2017
  • Dauer 31.12.2018
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