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Movement towards funtional side

Hi , I am planing to go towards functional side in SAP but not sure of which module to choose especially between MM and SD.

I have almost 2 years of experience in SAP but its Support work with not much of technical or functional learning.

What are the chances of gettin into functional at this stage??

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 12:56 PM

    Hi Megha

    First analyze yourself where you are expert to understand the business in this two MM, SD. In which domain you are having strong knowledge to understand the business. If you strong to understand the functionality of departments like MM or SD. Then it will helps you to learning easy.

    Regards

    Kesava

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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2014 at 10:13 AM

    Hi megha nayak

    As you have decided the best two modules MM and SD..

    SD and MM are very good and running modules. You can choose one of these two modules.

    Its depend on your interest...

    MM stands for Material Management and SD stands for Sales and Distributions.

    If you are interested in Procurement process then choose MM modules.

    If you are interested in Sales matter, then choose SD modules.

    As per demand, both SD and MM modules had a big demand.

    Most of all organization needs the MM and SD consultant for their organization.


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