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Hello,

I am an experienced professional who has begun an SAP certification graduate level program that will end with me sitting for the C_TERP10_65 exam. When I complete the program what is he best strategy to get obtain opportunities to get more professional exposure to SAP.

I am a varied technical background with SQL, Oracle, EDI and I definitely want to work BI and SAP Netweaver.

Thanks

Larry Duncan

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2013 at 04:46 AM

    Hi Larry,

    SAP career is a best profession for whom they like travel, challenges, and technology along with business re-engineering.

    you can start as consultant and end with many things though you want to end things in career but it will never end.

    wish you good luck

    cheers

    rafi

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2013 at 08:16 AM

    Hi,

    BI is a good module for SAP.

    You can go through BI module.

    Also you can try BW module as well as BI.

    Thanks

    DEV

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2013 at 11:09 AM

    Hello Larry Duncan,

    SAP BI is a good data warehousing module with bright career.

    Mainly BI can be divided into three parts Modeling, Extraction and Reporting. Since you already have good knowledge in data base, it will be cake walk with BI navigation. Good decision.

    Another advantage with BI module is you will have a detailed material link

    In your BI learning or working time, if you need some clarifications reach SCN through below forums

    SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse

    SAP Business Explorer (SAP BEx)

    Business Intelligence

    Business Content and Extractors in Data Warehousing

    Regards - Kumar

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