Mayank has 17 years of IT experience that includes more than 14 years of extensive technical experience in SAP. In his current role as Director of Global Application Development, Mayank's focus has been leading the Global SAP Application development and Architecture team 14 years of SAP experience across more than a dozen SAP implementations, with roles ranging from SAP Application Development and Architecture lead, SAP Integration Architect, ABAP lead, ABAP Support Lead, XI developer and hands-on development (interfaces, ALE, ABAP). He has close to 17 years of experience working in the IT Industry. Implement enterprise architecture artifacts, such as target and current state architecture, referential patterns, roadmaps, and technology standards. Strong expertise in integrating SAP to SAP and SAP to Non\ SAP applications using middleware tools like PI/XI, TIBCO, Business Objects Data Services and Informatica. Experienced in budget analysis, creation, management; Managed resource estimation for all engagements and designing, managing, and overseeing all project teams including internal staff as well as external business partners and third party vendors; Several years of experience leading offshore development teams. Proven ability to analyze complete enterprise integration requirements from the business process, architecture, development, and infrastructure perspectives, and then to develop / implement them. Demonstrated ability in delivering NetWeaver solutions that include architecture, analysis, programming, design, product installation, testing and support Strong experience in all facets of SAP development including User Exits, Interfaces, Forms, Conversions and reports against all modules of SAP. Excellent communication skills and enjoy working as a team player. CORE COMPETENCY AREAS Functional Experience: ECC, CRM, BI, APO, SCM and MDM. Technical Experience - Lead delivery of custom development and complex Integration solutions for Global rollout of SAP. Research Management: Strategic Planning, Marketing Strategies, Policy/Procedure development, and Problem resolution. Program Management: Customer Expectation Management, Program/Project Planning, Resource mobilization, Program/Project audit reviews, change management and Risk Management. Organizational: Financial reporting, Account Planning, budget planning/preparation expense reductions, and corporate cost control. Public/Business Relations: Seminars, contract negotiations, Team facilitation, and general management.
Demonstrated breadth and depth of knowledge Mayank has presented, facilitated workshops, built architectures, written proposals, built projects estimates work effort/cost, designed technical solutions and delivered on project teams.
Multiple full life cycle experiences around the technical and non-technical aspects of project implementations, using various business process centric methodologies.
Has successfully led small and large teams and consistently delivered results in terms of timelines and budget.
Projects have included strategy and technology implementations in the following areas: Portal and Content Management, Business Intelligence, Data Strategy Data Warehousing, Data Migration, Data Architecture, Data Quality initiatives, Master Data Management Customer Relationship Management Mayank's technical capabilities include: Package Knowledge - SAP ECC 6.0, SAP ECC 5.0, SAP 4.0, SAP CRM, SAP APO, SAP BI, SAP Enterprise Portal, SAP Process Integration, Sybase unwired platform, Oracle financials.
January 2011 to Current
PepsiCoChicago, ILGlobal SAP Application Development Director
Leading this multi-billion dollar corporation through the deployment of an enterprise resource planning software (SAP) across its international sites.
Leading SAP Applications development and Architecture in the areas of ECC, XI, CRM and Enterprise Portal and leading implementations across the European, Asian, South American & Middle Eastern markets.
Managing a 10 million dollar SAP Application development budget annually.
Built an international applications development and solution architecture team from the scratch for the organization.
Developed a SAP Architecture and governance framework which has led to reuse of solutions across regions resulting in reducing of the TCO.
Leading a team of onsite team members and 35-60 members offshore to support the design and delivery of custom development [RICEF] Solutions in Netherlands, Germany, China, India, Egypt, Brazil, Mexico and Saudi Arabia.
Partnered with CoE Process team leadership to design and architect solutions which could be leveraged and reused across all regions.
Led the SAP Enterprise Portal strategy and implementations for LAR, AMEA, and EU.
Collaborated with CTOs to define PepsiCo International Integration Strategy and establish SAP XI as the tool of choice.
This has resulted in a homogenous landscape in PepsiCo International enabling the reuse of Interface Patters across PepsiCo.
Collaborated with key stakeholders and internal teams to define enterprise architecture principles, standards and guidelines, and blueprints.
Designed and delivered the solution architecture of critical business processes like DSD, Scanning and automatic posting of Invoices in SAP.
Ensure that a rigorous Quality Assurance process is in place so that project deliverables meet the required standards.
Assessed and communicated risks associated with technology-related investments and purchases.
January 2005 to December 2010
PepsiCoSAP Lead Architect, Senior Manager
Chicago Project Scope - Very large project, with new install of SAP ECC 6.0, BW, SRM, plus key legacy applications (Warehouse management, external business partners), requiring many new XI scenarios.
Spearheaded the Architecture team responsible for framing the SOA strategy for PepsiCo.
Built a strong team comprising of onsite and offshore developers.
Lead the assessment of the complex legacy landscape of the organization to finalize the to-be landscape strategy when SAP was implemented.
Successfully led the Integration effort right from concept, shaping direction and delivery.
Created SAP XI architecture documents to provide a high level overview of future landscape with SAP XI in the middle.
Served as the Integration lead architect and go to support person for architecture and design for the development team.
Part of the Project Architecture team to ensure right choice of tool between XI / TIBCO and Informatica by performing a detailed analysis on more than a 100 complex Interfaces.
Led technical design and architecture of all XI Interfaces with SAP and non SAP systems.
Designed Web Services between between SAP and legacy systems.
Deep design engagement with all 1000 + custom developments delivered as a part of the transformation project.
November 2003 to January 2005
Computer Sciences Corporation
SAP Data Conversion and XI lead Sterling, Virginia Project Scope - Project was a HR Implementation Project.
Build to offshore Service delivery model to reduce cost for the implementation.
Performed in the roles of a data conversion lead and the application integration lead.
Involved in effort and timeline estimation in both the roles.
As the data conversion lead, Managed the entire data conversion process and built a strong offshore technical team to deliver RICEF's ontime and within budget.
Coordinated the Functional specification and the technical specification creation for the data conversion programs.
Designed and developed some complex data conversion programs using LSMW.
As the SAP XI lead, Successfully prototyped key business scenarios to ensure that SAP XI would meet the integration needs of the company.
Designed and developed complex inbound and outbound interfaces from SAP using SAP XI.
Used key functionality in the Integration repository, Integration builder and SLD to develop Interfaces.
Successfully led the upgrade of the XI2.0 implementation to XI3.0 in a period of 3 weeks.
Designed and developed all processes required for successful deployment of a 24*7 support team and led user training and Operation Readiness Testing (ORT) activities.
March 2003 to November 2003
Computer Sciences Corporation GMLGChicago, ILLead
This was a post production support assignment.
Performed the role of an ABAP lead managing several onsite developers.
In this role Managed several onsite developers and ensured ABAP ticket distribution to the team as per the skill set of the development team.
Responsible for all the enhancement and fixes to dialog programs, report programs, user exits, interface programs including EDI Interfaces and changes to existing SAP Scripts.
Involved in the performance tuning of several programs which took a long time to execute earlier.
Designed and developed new reports and Interfaces for the Users.
Interfaces were developed using BDC's and BAPI's.
Mentored junior ABAP developers on site.
February 2002 to February 2003
Computer Sciences Corporation United States ArmyChicago, ILSenior ABAP Developer and Interface Architect
Project scope: The Wholesale Logistics Modernization Program would modernize the Army's wholesale logistics business processes and practices.
WLMP will provide agile, reliable, and responsive services by leveraging best practices and technology that enable AMC to deliver world-class logistics and readiness to the war fighter and will advance with the challenges in the Army vision.
Performed the roles of a senior ABAP developer and Interface Architect.
In these roles Designed and developed complex IDOC and ALE Interfaces.
Examples of these interfaces include the GR Interface where the WMMBID02/WMMBXY IDOC was sent out of the SAP system when the GR was saved and changed.
Output determination and custom IDOC creation programs were used to accomplish this.
Also worked on the Inbound Inventory Adjustment Interfaces.
Designed and developed a key outbound purchase requisition Interface that used the change pointer technology.
Designed and developed a complex dialog program for the budget and the finance team in which all key features of dialog programming were used.
Mentored junior programmers on the project.
June 2001 to February 2002
Computer Sciences Corporation
CSC SAP Financials Implementation.
June 2001 to February 2002
Computer Sciences Corporation United Stated Postal ServiceFalls Church, VAHR ABAP developer
Designed and developed interfaces and reports in the HR module.
Job includes working with the functional consultants to write specifications for the reports, interfaces and data conversions, and help them with functional problems that were of a technical nature and also advising functional consultants on selecting solutions that could be technically implemented most efficiently.
Managed several legacy and subcontracted ABAP programmers for critical interfaces that had various issues and brought these to successful completion.
Designed and developed a Visual BASIC application to purpose of the project was to streamline the management and provide the front end that would enforce the business rules of the firm and at the same time be easy to use.
The backend was Oracle.
Developed stored procedures and triggers for back end and some shell scripts to route the messages.
Involved in frond end development also.
January 1994 to August 1995
Nagarjuna Fertilizers and ChemicalsAPSystems Analyst
Designed and developed a Lab Analysis System for this fertilizer company.
This system controls quality aspects of finished and raw materials and generates QC reports on a daily basis.
The system keeps track of customer-wise rejection and is integrated to the storage system.
It also helps in selecting vendors with good track record of dealing with complaints, responses and behavior.
Developed new reports using C programs that calculated daily plant efficiency.
Project Scope: Project Minerva was CSC's internal, global implementation of SAP R/3 and Business Information Warehouse for financial and procurement transactions and information warehousing.
Performed the role of a core member of the ABAP team.
Developed a report that listed change documents by reading CDHDR and CDPOS tables.
Created Purchase Order IDOCS of type ORDER01 as soon as PO's were created or changed.
For achieving this Partner Profiles views (General, Message Control and Outbound View) were configured and also message control.
Created RFC destination and subsequently Port Definitions for the transfer of IDOCS from SAP to the Unix server.
Developed inbound Material Master Interface using ALE/IDOC technology.
Mamas IDOCS were created using the legacy data and posted using the SAP delivered posting function module.
Developed interface which updated assets in SAP.
For this custom IDOCS were created, ABAP program that created those IDOCS with legacy data were written, process code was created and a posting function module was programmed to post the created IDOCS.
Worked on creating distribution models for distributing master data across different SAP systems.
Responsible for maintaining an elaborate dialog program which handled asset management.
The program consisted of several custom screens and used all the important features of dialog programming such as PBO, PAI, menus, pushbuttons and programs to update the SAP database.
Designed and developed a complex Inbound Interface to load purchase orders using BDC sessions.
Education and Training
Cleveland State University Cleveland, OH, USAEngineeringMSEngineering
Regional Engineering College Rourkela, IndiaChemical EngineeringBachelor of Engineering ScienceChemical Engineering
Windows XP, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Sun Solaris 2.6, HP Unix 11.x
*Data Warehousing / Data Architecture Tools / Databases - Oracle 8.x/9i, IDS 9.2, DB2 7.x, SAP Business Objects Data Services, SAP Process Integration, TIBCO, Informatica Power Center 8.x*,
*Programming Languages - ABAP, Java, XSLT, XML, PL/SQL and C and
*Testing Tools - Mercury ( Win Runner, Load Runner and Test Director)