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Is SAP support job is Good For future??

I got a job offer as a SAP support on multiple modules[MM,SD,ABAP]. Company bond is 4 years[company is trusted] and i need to work on as a SAP support for 4 year[no implemention].

Is SAP support have a future or not?tell me the growth and salary after 4 year.I don't have a SAP certificate and course, but i have done my java course. Tell me can i accept job offer or not. Salary is 2.4 lakhs per annum and then 3.6lakhs per annum then 3rd and 4th year not so much growth.

Plz plzz reply me what knowlegde u have abt SAP support. 

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  • Jul 03, 2014 at 12:51 PM

    HI Raj

    Please please spell your words out in full for the benefit of those in SCN where English is not a first (or second) language.

    i cannot comment on salary for your country - maybe you could search to see what us standard range? Regardless, a lot of people in this space would be envious of you getting such a job opportunity without certification. If this is low paid you could view it as getting paid to learn

    as far as support goes I just wrote my feeling on the topic a day ago

    scn.sap.com/community/career-center/blog/2014/07/02/give-support-a-chance

    regards

    Colleen

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      Allow me to repeat what Colleen said in her first reply:

      Please please spell your words out in full for the benefit of those in SCN where English is not a first (or second) language.

      pk

  • Jul 03, 2014 at 01:03 PM

    Hi Raj,

    Congratulations for getting selected on SAP domain.

    An opportunity in SAP comes in any way. It can be a Implementation, Support, Upgrade or a Roll out Project.

    You did not mention about your current working details.

    If I am in your place no doubt I would have signed on the agreement, because getting an opportunity in SAP requires vast experience now a days.

    I assume that you are not into SAP so for, keeping this in view its better for you to join.

    I am into Implementation and Support project from years. Every type of project teaches you different processes and scenarios.

    Salary in the initial stages is not a criteria when you are coming to SAP domain. For sure it would give you bright future in next coming days.

    Do not loose this chance and I welcome you to the world of SAP.... It is an ocean, where you can swim always.... 😊

    All the best.

    Regards,

    Rafi

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    • Former Member Rafi Mohammed

      Hi,

      I want  to establish my career in SAP Domain and I am planning to join SAP course, which module has more opportunities in future. I have lot of confuse that  for which Module I need to join. Between MM,PP and ABAP Modules  which one has lot of opportunities and one more thing I don’t know about  Java or sql.

      I have 1 year of work experience in MM Module but it is user end.

      My Qualification is  B.E (ECE) and I am working.


      And doing SAP course through  E-academy is good or class room course.


      Please reply it is of my career which I need to decide so plzz help me.


      reply to this email id <<removed>>

      Message was edited by: kishan P

  • Jul 03, 2014 at 01:27 PM


    First and foremost important point is you have not described about yourself without which, it would be difficult to offer advice.  If you are in the first phase of your career and looking for better growth prospects, I would recommend you without any hesitation, you can accept this offer.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      abt my Qualification: B.E (I.T) 2013 passout

      Work Experience :Fresher

      I have strong knowledge in java, Oracle 10g.

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    Jul 03, 2014 at 01:40 PM

    If a democratic vote is what you are looking for, then the answer is Yes - go for it.


    Support projects does not jeopardize your future. I understand the concerns you are raising here about "4 years of Support with no Implementation experience". Most recruiters these days, ask for 2 end-to-end implementations almost as casually as asking for your name.

    You may or may not miss out on a few opportunities because of it, but it is any day better than not having a job and not gaining some useful hands-on for the next 4 years!

    pk

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    Jul 03, 2014 at 01:45 PM

    Hi,

    If you really interested in sap domain then you can accept your offer, whatever may be the type of project. it has very much scope in sap domain, initially try to learn the basics and later on expand your knowledge on different areas. now a days getting fresher job in sap domain is very difficult with out certification, but you got lucky utilize the opportunity.

    Thanks,

    Mallikarjuna

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    Jul 10, 2014 at 07:55 PM

    Hi Raj,

              I don't know about Support profile for 4 years on multiple modules. But definetly sure you need to be certified on a individual module then you can get a good salary jobs after 4 years. For my knowledge point of view Implementation experience is good to be a SAP consultant.

    Regards,

    Sonal

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    Jul 15, 2014 at 07:52 AM

    Hi Raj,

    Most of the guys starting career in SAP that would be in SAP support only.  Even I started my career in SAP support only.  As a starting period we have take this support opportunity somewhere if we want to crack into SAP.  However, 4 years is longer period but if you look at it in other way, nowadays 4 years nothing... as time is flying like anything.  You can go to implementation after 4 years and you will also have good experience at the time.

    Just check this forum how many of guys wanted to get into SAP, so if you see that then you don't regret this opportunity.

    Something better than nothing.

    Regards

    RC Gopi

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