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Do you have questions about our company, its projects or the recruitment process? You will certainly find the answers to your questions in our FAQ below. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.

  • How to prepare for a job interview?

The purpose of the job interview is twofold:

  • introduce you to Applium, its projects and its corporate culture
  • learn more about you through the following questions:
    • What are your motivations?
    • How do you see our approach to consultancy?
    • What do you want to achieve at Applium?
    • How will you contribute to our success?

  • What level of experience are you looking for?

Applium customers currently have a good level of in-house expertise and generally call on external skills for subjects of expertise or linked to SAP innovation. In view of this, we have chosen to position ourselves in terms of expertise by recruiting mainly senior functional and technical consultants (at least 8 years for the functional profiles and 5 years for the technical profiles). On average, Applium consultants have over 15 years' experience in their field.

  • What is the average duration of a project?

Applium is mainly involved in small and medium-sized projects. The average duration of our projects is between 4 and 8 months.

  • Is it possible to choose your mission?

We do our utmost to ensure that each of our consultants is positioned on assignments that correspond to their wishes and skills. The decrease in the volume of ERP projects launched in recent years means that it is rare to be offered a choice of several assignments.

  • What level of mobility is expected?

In our view, mobility is an integral part of the consulting profession. We therefore expect consultants who join us to be fully mobile. However, as far as possible, we take care to ensure that this mobility does not become too restrictive for our employees. Most of the time, we offer our clients the possibility of carrying out all the tasks that can be done remotely. In the context of an SAP implementation project, this results in a workload split 50/50 between the client's site and Applium's premises, with variations depending on the stage of the project.