What does an Implementation Analyst do?
Implementation analysts deploy software and business functions across organizations and set up computer systems and software when a company is getting started or upgrading its technology. They are responsible for assessing a company’s technological needs and determining the relevant hardware and software. They ensure the company has the appropriate equipment to meet operational needs by assessing its intentions for use. They prepare a budget for the proposed equipment or tailor recommendations to fit an already-established budget.
Implementation analysts meet with clients to discuss their priorities and explain their options and may also participate in creating new software to meet company needs. They verify that new systems and software are implemented effectively and test systems to ensure they work properly. They may also be involved with training staff on using new hardware and software and determining how companies can improve their technology systems to ensure they are meeting its needs effectively. Implementation analysts need a bachelor's degree in computer science and strong computer and programming skills.
- Responsible for walking clients through setup and procedures and conducting client presentations.
- Training new clients on product features and provide ongoing training as needed for existing clients.
- Responsible for the overall client experience and project management of commercial card implementations.
- Manage client solutions from inception to completion within specified timeframes.
- Provide technical telephone and/or on-site applications support to customers, answering questions on function and usage of product.
- Identify, recommend, and document code changes or make appropriate code changes.
- Investigate and advise clients on potential processing efficiencies, redundancies and/or optimum use of data.
- Optimize portfolios based on model views, market frictions, and investment guidelines.
- Collaborate with product teams, business development and client administration to prepare portfolio analysis for clients.
- Work on projects with senior portfolio managers, researchers, developers, and traders to improve systematic portfolio management practices.
- Coordinate/participate in design and automation projects for the portfolio management workflow.
- Provide consultation, support, communication and training to teams and clients on campaign management tools and/or processes.
- Ensure compliance with established procedures, project requirements, and service level agreements through audits
- Bachelor's Degree in business or computer science.
- Exhibit strong leadership, time management, and problem solving skills.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel.
- Comfortable manage pipeline processes.
- Strong SQL skills.
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“Really emphasize work and life balance”
“Really good people willing to teach and help”
“This was after my boss said there was gonna be no layoffs two months before i was let go.”
“People are invested in your career growth and future.”
“Suggested the best clients and accounts.”
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