Job Description :
Role: Vantage – One/WMA Business Analyst

Location: Remote

Position Type:-Full-Time

Visa: USC or GC

Who are we looking for?

Looking for a Vantage Business Analyst with deep functional knowledge in Vantage one and WMA (Wealth Management Accelerator)

Technical Skills:

Vantage or WMA Experience is Mandatory
Strong knowledge in Insurance domain.
Assists in planning and designing business processes; assists in formulating recommendations to improve and support business activities.
Involved in analyzing and documenting client''s business requirements and processes; communicates these requirements to technical personnel by constructing basic conceptual data and process models, including data dictionaries and volume estimates.
Participates in meetings with clients to gather and document requirements and explore potential solutions.
Executes systems tests from existing test plans. Assists in analyzing test results in various phases.
Process Skills:

Assists in developing and modifying systems requirements documentation to meet client needs.
Participates in technical reviews and inspections to verify ''intent of change'' is carried through phase of project
Behavioral Skills:

Good Team player and open for learning.

Any Eng. degree
About the practice/ Project:

DXC''s Wealth Management Accelerator™ is a comprehensive system for companies to rapidly launch new products and enable policy owners to freely move between accumulation and distribution in a single contract. This capability helps insurers:

Improve service — inquiries from policy owners or distributors will require investigation of a single contract rather than a separate accumulation contract and a separate payout contract.
Simplify workflow — the complex actions of reaching maturity and setting up distributions will be eliminated, resulting in less administrative effort and cost.
Lower risk — the financial risk of selling assets in the accumulation contract only to purchase the same assets for payout can be eliminated.
Reduce maintenance — having a single system will minimize maintenance efforts