Monthly Archives: September 2011

Project Leader – Java IT MNC @ Pune.

We are looking for a Project Leader – Java for a leading IT Multinational @ Pune. Mail your applications @ consultant01@netsyscon.net or call on 9324460598 for details.

 

 

 

 

Job Description:

Project Management and to lead a team of 5-7 Software Developers and testers.

The Project Leader will be required to Travel to Client Sites when necessary.

He/She will be the key Engineer responsible for the entire SDLC including analysis, design, coding and implementation of large scale custom built object-oriented applications.

Skills:

Experience in J2EE, core java, JSP, EJB, Servlets, Struts, Design Patterns, Object Oriented, Oracle database Delivery experience on a commercial Java development project including integration with 3rd party applications.

Familiarity with technical & design concepts related to Java related technologies (Java /JSP /Servlets /EJB /Hibernate/ Spring/struts)

Minimum 6+ years experience on J2EE application development is must.

Should performed the role of Tech Lead min of 2 year Strong experience of leading a team of 7+ and delivering projects Experience including analysis, design, coding and implementation of large scale custom built object-oriented applications.

Strong OO design, including extensive design patterns knowledge.

Strong communication and client-facing skills especially listening skills.

Experience in building software in the HR services & Application Security would be an advantage.

Experienced in full development lifecycle in large projects environment.

Experience with web technology in one or more of the following: Web development frameworks Struts/ Hibernate/Spring, Web servers like JBOSS/Tomcat, AJAX, Javascript Experience in database oriented applications & user interfaces.

Experience developing applications using Oracle/ MySQL/ JDBC. Application Development in HR Domain or Hr Software.

Should be self starter and Project Driver. Should have Process oriented planned approach for software development projects.

Should be able to identify and communicate the project risks to the relevant stakeholders and work in co ordination with Project Manager to manage the same.

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Sales Coordinator @ Asia’s largest Exhibition Organizer.

Company- ABEC India

URL- http://www.abcindia.biz

JOB LOCATION-  BANGALORE

THE ROLE

Sales Coordinator

We are looking for a Sales coordinator for the largest exhibition organizers in Asia. Our client is partners with The Economic Times and organizes exhibitions across verticals like Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Lifestyle, Real Estate and many more.

THE COMPANY

Established since 1993, professionally organizing international exhibitions and conferences in the Asian region.

The Sales Coordinator is responsible for supporting all direct/indirect sales resources.

Job Description:

  • Work with Sales team and Marketing to assist with all administrative requirements associated with sales.
  • Responsible for preparing and reviewing the Daily Sales Report.
  • Coordinate with Sales Team to prepare and send out a daily communication to the entire sales team.
  • Coordinate Daily Sales Team meetings.
  • Responsible for ensuring proper signatures and file management of executed contracts.
  • Work with Relationship Management team to track all contracts that are coming up for renewal.
  • Assist with any sales presentations (printing/binding) or ‘Request For Proposal’ documentation (mapping).
  • Provide primary sales support to all direct/indirect sales representatives.
  • Fixing appointment of  sales managers with corporate clients.
  • Coordinate travel, manage calendar, and handle expense reports.

Job Requirement:

  • Only Female Candidates.
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, and prioritize effectively.
  • Ability to think independently.
  • Proficient knowledge of MS Word and Power Point, functional knowledge of Excel.

Send in your applications, current Employment details on consultant04@netsyscon.net or call on 9870271627

Thanks,

Pooja

The Psychopath Test- Are you a Psychopath or Just Too Intelligent?

Read this question, come up with an answer and then scroll down to the bottom for the result. This is not a trick question. It is as it reads. No one I know has got it right.

Q : A woman, while at the funeral of her own mother, met a guy whom she
did not know. She thought this guy was amazing. She believed him to be
her dream guy so much, that she fell in love with him right there, but
never asked for his number and could not find him. A few days later she
killed her sister.

Question: What is her motive for killing her sister?

[Give this some thought before you answer, see answer below]

Answer:

She was hoping the guy would appear at the funeral again.
If you answered this correctly, you think like a psychopath. This was a test by a famous American Psychologist used to test if one has the same mentality as a killer. (Not sure how authentic this is though, but certainly good for a laugh!)

Many arrested serial killers took part in the test and answered the question correctly.

If you didn’t answer the question correctly, good for you.

Business Development Manager- IT MNC@Mumbai and Pune

We are looking for a Business Development Manager for a leading IT Multinational @ Pune and Mumbai each. Mail your applications @ consultant01@netsyscon.net or call on 9324460598 for details.

Job Profile-

Software Product Sales (HRMS Software and Project Management tool- Module based customized softwares)
Corporate B2B Sales: Lead generation, Presentation, demonstration, key account management, revenue generation
Assigned Territory to be handled indivdually.
Will be responsible for presales and implementation support.

Job Requirement-

Excellent Acamedics. Technical Degree preferred.
Minimum 4 years of IT sales experience
Excellent Communication Skills

 

 

What Women Want- King Arthur Answers!

For all u guys who are married or intending to marry in near future.Young King Arthur was ambushed and imprisoned by the monarch of a neighboring kingdom. The monarch could have killed him but was moved by Arthur’s youth and
ideals. So, the monarch offered him his freedom, as long as he could answer a very difficult question. Arthur would have a year to figure out the answer and, If after a year, he still had no answer, he would be put to death. The question was: What do women really want?

Such a question would perplex even the most knowledgeable man, And to young Arthur, it seemed an
impossible query. But, since it was better than death, He accepted the monarch’s proposition to have an
answer by year’s end. He returned to his kingdom and began to poll everyone: The princess, the priests, the
wise men, and even the court jester. He spoke with everyone, but no one could give him a satisfactory
answer. Many people advised him to consult the old witch, For only she would have the answer.

But the price would be high as the witch was famous through out the Kingdom >>for the exorbitant prices
she charged. The last day of the year arrived and Arthur had no choice but to talk to the witch. She
agreed to answer the question, but he would have to agree to her price first. The old witch wanted to
marry Sir Lancelot, The most noble of the Knights of the Round Table, And Arthur’s closest friend!

Young Arthur was horrified. She was hunch-backed and hideous, had only one tooth, Smelled like sewage, made
obscene noises, etc. He had never encountered such a repugnant creature in all his life. He refused to
force his friend to marry her and endure such a terrible burden, But Lancelot, having learnt of the
proposal, spoke with Arthur. He said nothing was too big of a sacrifice compared to Arthur’s life. And the
preservation of the Round Table.

Hence, a wedding was proclaimed and the witch answered. Arthur’s question thus: “What a woman really
wants?” She said, “Is to be in charge of her own life.” Everyone in the kingdom instantly knew that the
witch had uttered a great truth. And that Arthur’s life would be spared. And so it was. The neighboring
monarch granted Arthur his freedom. And Lancelot and the witch had a wonderful wedding.

The honeymoon hour approached and, Lancelot, steeling himself for a horrific experience, entered the
bedroom. But, what a sight awaited him. The most beautiful woman he had ever seen lay before him on the
bed. The astounded Lancelot asked what had happened. The beauty replied that since he had been so kind to
her when she appeared as a witch, She would henceforth be her horrible and deformed self only half the time.
And the beautiful maiden the other half. “Which would you prefer? She asked him. “Beautiful during the day
… or at night?”

Lancelot pondered the predicament. During the day he could have a beautiful woman to show off to his
friends, But at night, in the privacy of his castle, an old witch! Or, Would he prefer having a hideous
witch during the day? But by night a beautiful woman for him to enjoy with?

(If you are a man reading this…) What would YOUR choice be?
(If you are a woman reading this?) What would YOUR MAN’S choice be?
What Lancelot chose, is given below: BUT… make YOUR choice before you scroll down below…OKAY?

Noble Lancelot, knowing the answer the witch gave Arthur to his question, He said that he would allow
HER to make the choice herself. Upon hearing this, she announced that she would be beautiful all the time.
Because, he had respected her enough to let her be in charge of her own life. Now… what is the moral to this story?

The moral is…
1) There is witch in every woman no matter how beautiful she is!
2) If you don’t let a woman have her own way, things are going to get ugly.

So, always remember: IT’S EITHER “HER WAY” OR IT’S “NO WAY” !!!

Corporate Sales Executive

We are looking for Corporate Sales Executive (In house Space selling) for our clients which is a Global  Digital Media company.Mail your resume to consultant03@netsyscon.net or call Pooja 9870271627

Position Title – Corporate Sales Executive

Experience: 2 – 7 Years

Education:

UG – Any Graduate – Any Specialization PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization

Industry Type:

Media/Dotcom/ Entertainment

Job Description:

To research and generate leads,and should be able to generate and market the products through e-mail campaigns, social media and networking.

This role is an opportunity to build your own sector, contact and build relationships with C level executives of large corporate companies e.g. Construction, Gas & Oil, Food and Drink industries.

You will be responsible for managing your own sector with corporate sales profile content across our portfolio of digital magazines.

The pace is fast and demanding and it offers fantastic rewards to include incentives, awards and an uncapped commission structure. No night working.

Requirements:

Excellent Communication and Negotiating Skill.

Aptitude for new technology, as well as digital and social media platforms.

Onsite Opportunity@ Singapore-SAP Warehouse Management – Sr Functional Consultant

We are looking for a SAP WM Sr Functional Consultant for our client which is a leading SAP partner operating in over 18 countries. Mail your resume to consultant01@netsyscon.net or call Racheeta 9324460598.

Project Retail and distribution company
Country/ies of implementation SG and roll-out to 9 countries (Asia)
SAP Module WM
Basic Skill sets ( as detailed as possible per project requirements)
Functional WMS Master Data
WMS Putaway and Picking Strategy
WMS Cross-docking
WMS Physical inventory
Handling Unit management
Batch management (SLED)
Data migration
Technical SAP WMS RF device integration using web-console
1D and 2D barcode experience
Soft-Skills Communication, consultation to provide best practice/experience
No of Projects At least 2 project for WMS (Retail or distribution customer prefereably) as main consultant with overall experience of minimum 4 years
Nationality Not relevant. Preferably is working or had worked in Singapore.
Languages spoken English
Travel required Yes (Based in SG with possible travel to roll-out countries)
Type of role Contract / Permanent

When the Lion fought the Rat!

Long ago in a human town, pit fights were held that pitted one animal against another animal. Everyone gathered to watch these matches, to cheer–and make money betting on–the winners. The losers were soon forgotten. Usually the matches were fair, such as a lion against a tiger or a wolf against a dog. But one night, someone made a mistake, and out came two unlikely contestants: a rat and a lion.


The audience grabbed their sides and laughed at the craziness of the pairing. Yet nobody moved to stop the battle. Once the animals were released, the fights did not end until one was dead. That was the rule. While the humans chortled, the lion smiled. “I thought I would have to fight tonight, but it seems I’ll just be getting a snack.” It flexed its powerful muscles and showed its great fangs. “Though I don’t usually eat rats. You creatures so often carry diseases.” The rat lifted his chin, whiskers bristling. “I am not diseased, but if you want to eat me, you must fight me first.” “Don’t be foolish. I’m bigger, stronger, faster, and my claws are as long as your whole body. What will you do? Bite my toe? Why don’t you just come over here and lie down. I’ll make your death swift.” “I will not give up that easily.” With that said, the rat charged.

The fight was predictable. The rat’s teeth could not even pierce the lion’s thick fur to reach flesh. The lion laughed and swatted the tiny creature. It flew several yards and hit the wall. The audience cheered and chanted: “Eat the rat, eat the rat!” Though obviously injured, the rat limped back and attacked anew. This time he got in and bit the soft skin between his opponent’s toes. The lion screeched, jerked back his paw, and struck. Again the rat flew far and landed hard. Yet again, he came back to the lion. The lion dropped a paw and pinned the rat to the ground. Still the rat struggled, thrashing and trying to escape. By now, the audience had stopped laughing and jeering. Everyone watched silently to see what would happen next. The rat tried to bite the lion again, but its small teeth did no damage.

The lion did not release his pinned opponent. He could easily eat the little creature now, but he hesitated. “Why will you not give up?” the lion asked as the rat continued to struggle. “Don’t you understand? You can never win.” “You don’t think I know that? Of course I can’t win.” The lion twitched a furry ear. “Then why fight? Why make it harder on yourself?” “To show everyone I am more than they think. When people see rats, they see vermin that sneak around and hide in the shadows. They think we carry disease. They go out of their way to put us down, to destroy us. But when they see you, it’s a different story. They respect your power. They think you’re noble. They call you the king of the jungle, for crying out loud!” That speech weakened the rat, and its struggles slowed down.

Blood seeped into the ground, draining from the rat’s body, and the lion realized his opponent’s wounds were mortal. “Some of us are born to better lots in life,” the lion said apologetically. “I’m sorry but that’s simply how it is.” “It’s worth fighting to change your lot,” the rat whispered. “To change the way people think about you.” The lion lifted his paw. It seemed a shame to eat this rat. It had put up such a good fight, and he’d even call it noble, though its beliefs were surely misguided. “Look, I’m not going to eat you, but you didn’t accomplish anything.”

The lion gazed up at all the people watching from above. “They’ll forget you by tomorrow. You’ll never change anybody’s mind about rats.” The rat wheezed and drew in its last breath.”I changed yours, didn’t I?”

Ref- forwarded through an email

The 27th Alphabet- What character was removed from the alphabet but is still used every day?

Picked this up from Dictionary.com (How ampersand came from a misunderstanding | The Hot Word | Hot & Trending Words Daily Blog at Dictionary.com.) Jhohnson & Johnson, Barnes & Noble, Dolce & Gabbana: the ampersand today is used primarily in business names, but that small character was once the 27th part of the alphabet.

The shape of the character (&) predates the word ampersand by more than 1,500 years. In the first century, Roman scribes wrote in cursive, so when they wrote the Latin word et which means “and” they linked the e and t. Over time the combined letters came to signify the word “and” in English as well. Certain versions of the ampersand, like that in the font Caslon, clearly reveal the origin of the shape.

The word “ampersand” came many years later when “&” was actually part of the English alphabet. In the early 1800s, school children reciting their ABCs concluded the alphabet with the &. It would have been confusing to say “X, Y, Z, and.” Rather, the students said, “and per se and.” “Per se” means “by itself,” so the students were essentially saying, “X, Y, Z, and by itself and.” Over time, “and per se and” was slurred together into the word we use today: ampersand.

Management Expert- The African Wild Dog

This is my first post in the new category “Management Lessons from Nature”, and I couldn’t find a better animal to be inspired from then the African Wild Dog! Many of us have heard about the African Wild Dog, haven’t we? Yes the same notorious ruckus causing hooligans who eat their prey alive.  Barring their cruel mannerism of hunting, which of course has its own explanation there is plenty to learn from the world’s greatest Hunter having a success rate of 80%. The Lion with a 30% success rate termed as the King of the Jungle seems a moderate hunter against the Wild Dog.  Let us try and analyse and derive some inspiration from this Hard Task Master!

Wild dogs display the best example of one of the most sought after attributes, ”Team Work”! Their bushy tails with white tips serve as a flag to keep the pack in contact while hunting. Team work and intelligence enable these master hunters to bring down prey as large as Wildebeests. They often observe their prey for days before the kill, and communication plays a vital role.  The dogs have a peculiar rather playful ceremony that bonds them for a common purpose and initiates each hunt. They start circulating among the other pack members, vocalizing and touching until they get excited and are ready to hunt. They start the hunt in an organized, cooperative manner. When prey is targeted, some of the dogs run close to the animal, while others follow behind, taking over when the leader is tired. Thus exhausting the preys stamina and not theirs!

And we thought we were the bright ones? Essential skills like Team Work, Motivation, Communication, Planning etc which we take years to develop… some through attending vast curriculum’s are available quite “naturally”. My favorite quote on Team Work- “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”~Henry Ford.

It’s time we look within ourselves as it is all in there. Nature has gifted us with everything we need, and in case we forget just look around…You might just learn from the spider struggling to climb the wall!

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