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SAP MM - Functional Consultant

Respected Members,

I need advice on pursuing SAP MM to progress as a Functional Consultant.

Just to give you the exact proportion of my experience so that your advices are spot on.

Profile: Electrical Engineer / PRINCE2 Practitioner / ITIL / CLSSBB

Education: M.Tech EPS / B.E. EEE

Experience: 6+

Detailed Experience:4 Years - Electrical Site Engineer (Consultant/Supervision) - Technical Consultant

2 Years - Sr. Electrical Engineer - Technical Advisor - Specifications Analyst

Please let me know should I even pursue SAP MM?

Would it be a career Shift?

Or is there another Module?

How should I go about becoming a Functional Consultant?

Looking forward for your advices. Would really appreciate the help and concern.

All I can say is Thank You in advance, but, it is more than that in emotions.

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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2014 at 07:58 AM

    Honestly saying, to become a functional consultant generally you need industries experience.

    Otherwise its very tough to get a job for designation Functional consult.

    Don't feel bad for my previous sentence. You can start your career by an END user or Super User.

    When you get some experience, then you can apply job for Consultant.

    And what do you mean by Purchase SAP MM ?

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    Posted on Jun 25, 2014 at 07:46 AM

    According to your experience, you can chose any module,,,,,not only MM

    But first, depend on it you need has apropriate backround(in accounting, for instance)

    To start or not to start - is almost up to you, but be ready, that such process from SAP fresher to consultant - is min a couple of years(If you sucsesfully find fresher job, of cource)

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