Implementation consultants are responsible for the:
of a company’s IT systems.
An implementation consultant’s main duties are product requirement analysis and methodology execution. Sometimes implementation consultants are also responsible for network security.
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The responsibilities of an implementation consultant vary due to the varied nature and size of the systems for which they are responsible.
The key responsibilities of an implementation consultant will typically include:
Implementation consultants are often called upon to provide technical support to IT workers within their company, and this may involve travelling to remote locations to assist in person.
The role of implementation consultant ideally requires a degree in Computer Science or another related discipline, such as IT. Other STEM subjects are also accepted by some employers.
Occasionally IT work experience is enough to secure an entry-level position, ideally in combination with an associate’s degree. However it is hard to progress as an implementation consultant without a relevant bachelor’s degree.
Additional skills required for the role of implementation consultant will include: