Customer Master Data Specialist

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Who we are:CPI makes the technology that powers your everyday life. If you’ve ever used a self-checkout, played the slots at a casino, gotten a drink from a vending machine, or paid to park your car, you’ve probably done so with the aid of one of the 10 million devices installed by CPI. From cash and coins to cards and mobile, we keep the world of payments moving with smart validation devices and business-management software. Our technology powers more than 4 billion transactions every week – and we want you to be a part of it.Payment technology is constantly evolving, and our associates are up for the challenge. We pride ourselves in our ability to deliver excellent service and support for our vast existing field base, while pushing the envelope of innovation to design and deliver new solutions that reflect the modern payment landscape.At CPI you will become a valuable part of our culture of inclusion and collaboration, working in partnership with more than 3,000 global associates supporting 110 countries and currencies. If you are interested in making a global impact, we are looking for a full-time Customer Master Data Specialist to join us in our Mount Prospect, Illinois location. About the role:The Customer Master Data Specialist handles all internal requests for new accounts or updates to existing accounts in accordance with company policies to ensure the data integrity and quality of customer master data.This position also provides support to users and collaborates with other departments to ensure data continuity and accuracy. About the team:This position reports into the Credit Manager and is part of our Accounting Team. Why work with us:With a 160-year history of innovation and growth, more than 3,000 patents, and an unmatched commitment to success, you are joining a company that has shaped the global landscape of technology. At CPI, you will become a valuable part of an inclusive culture of collaboration and innovation, all while directly impacting global payment solutions. Come see your ideas make change. Responsibilities and Duties:· Accurate setup, review and maintenance of Customer Master Data in our Epicor Managed 2000 ERP system.· Review customer data submitted by Sales, Customer Service or other requestors.· Gather appropriate approvals for credit limits and finance payment terms from the Finance Team.· Follow company process to ensure Legal, SOX, and Internal Audit compliance.· Prepare packets to increase Customer's credit limit by running a DNB report.· Partner with Account Receivable Department to assist customers with questions about their account balance.· Maintain customer service representative contacts in Epicor and assigning them to the proper customer account.· Update any additions, changes or deletions in Material Determination records in Epicor.· Create and update Sales Representative information in Epicor and apply to customers so that sales data and commission accrue correctly.· Create and maintain customer hierarchies that are used for pricing, trade and reporting.· Generate ad hoc customer sales reports to support activities as required· Other duties as assigned. Qualifications and Required Skills:· Bachelor's Degree preferred in Business, Finance or related discipline.· 3+ years experience working with customer data or customer service.· Experience in banking or manufacturing a plus.· Experience with Microsoft office – Outlook, Excel, Word.· Epicor experience a plus.· Excellent communication, organization, analytical skills, attention to detail and accuracy..· Ability to work collaboratively with all departments and management levels within the company to ensure data integrity. Key Attributes for Success:· High energy level, comfortable performing multifaceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities· Excellent influencing skills, analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment· Ability to establish credibility and be decisive and able to recognize and support the organization's preferences and priorities· Results and people oriented with sound judgment—ability to balance other business considerations.· Team player – able to work in a matrix organization· Excellent communication skills verbally and in writing We offer:· Competitive salaries· Paid time off· Sick time off· Medical, dental, & vision insurance· Flexible spending accounts· Life insurance and disability benefits· 401K with Company contribution· Discounts for childcare· Community involvement· Opportunities to travel and work at our global sites CPI is a part of CraneCo. Crane Co. is a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered industrial products. Founded in 1855, Crane provides products and solutions to customers in the aerospace, electronics, hydrocarbon processing, petrochemical, chemical, power generation, automated merchandising, transportation and other markets. The Company has four business segments: Aerospace & Electronics, Fluid Handling, Engineered Materials, and Merchandising Systems. Crane has approximately 12,000 employees in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Crane Co. is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:CR). Visit us at Crane Payment Innovations and Crane Co.
 
 
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