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I have 4Years experience in HR and SD as ABAPer. I want to do a certification course, Any body can suggest me which certification is best for me. I am interested in functinal part of HR and SD, Web dynpro and HANNA also but dont have any experience.

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Swati

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 06:40 AM

    Hi Swati,

    as i am also an abaper so i think working for 4 yrs. as an abaper has tuned your mind towards coding side, and HR and SD both are functional role, if you wants to make your career in any of the above module, firstly you have to decide that you will able to justify yourself with there role or not . Because working as an abaper in any module and working as an functional consultant both are different things,

    Because an abaper only takes the processes involved while a functional consultant follow the process to iimplement those data as a life cycle of that data, so considering these things you should ask yourself these questions.

    When it comes to HANA, it is one of the most common module in sap in which abapers are interested because of its well future, so you can make a step ahead in this area, you can take SAP HANA certification, but not for job hunt as you know certifications never plays a role in getting a job in sap.

    But while being in sap with previous 4 yrs. , you may have contacts so talk to them , if you could get any exposure towards HANA, it will be more fuitful to you.

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