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Hello Guru's

This is challa, from Hyderabad, i have lot of doubts in choosing the sap career. I found many sap modules in which i can't find to choose.

i am working as a Logistics executive (import & Export) in a company, i am very much interested in SAP. My Aim is to get a job in SAP industry.

So, please suggest me sir which module is suitable to move forward in SAP, i am very much confused so please kindly help me sir.

now my age is 29 yrs is this age is write to get job in SAP. so please give me complete guidance sir.

Regards

CHALLA

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  • Posted on Jul 10, 2014 at 11:01 AM

    Can you explain little more about your daily activities. What you do with your designation of Logistics executive ?

    There are many modules are related to logistics. If you tell more about your daily work, then we can tell you a specific module which can be little bit same as per your daily work.

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2014 at 11:21 AM

    Thanks for your immediate response sir,

    my Job role is :

    working in power sector, so i have to import goods from other country like US, china, japan etc. so in this regard we are importing materials through sea & air on incoterms FOB, CIF, EX works,CFR contract.

    we will pay the import charges like ocean freight insurance to freight forwarding agents.

    for selecting the freight forwarders we will rise RFQ, and verify the comparison statements from different suppliers, and for clearing the consignment we will approach custom's office and we will submit all the documents like Bill of lading, Packing list, invoice, origin certificate etc, and we will file bill of entry to clear the consignment.

    And the goods will be delivered by road or rail to the client.

    another one we will open LC(Letter of Credit) for the payment to the supplier.

    Theses are the main job roles

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    challa

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    • Then You may Go for MM.

      as you said the SD is good, but SD means i have to be sales department experience know, i don't have sales & marketing exp how can i choose this one,


      SD is also related to Logistics. that doesn't mean whether you are in Logistic or in Sales & Marketing.


      Logistic also cover the SD Process. eg - Order processing , Order, Delivery, Billing, Freight, Return processing, POD , Shipment processing so on.


      Its depends upon your interest both MM & SD cover Logistic .


      Still have query let me know.


      Thx


      Kamlesh


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    Posted on Jul 11, 2014 at 10:59 AM

    best answer will be appreciated

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    challa

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2014 at 03:52 AM

    Hi Sudhakar,

    The best suitable module / system suits for you is SAP SD (cover logistics) & Foreign Trade and SAP Global Trade Services (Compliance, Customer, Risk Management.

    SAP SD Covers logistic execution and Foreign Trade, however nowadays SAP trying to split all modules in big a way due to Globalization. If you look at SAP SD - Foreign Trade that becomes SAP Global Trade Services as separate system.

    The quite secret is domain experience never counts in IT industry but that would be an added advantage for your career as for my experiences in India and outside India. Also, the companies first question is "Whether you have relevant SAP experience or are you holding any SAP certification" you can experience when you apply for a job.

    Age side, there is no restriction of age to enter into SAP because when I studied in SAP Authorized Training Institute there were two guys whose age was 40 and 41 years and another two guys were 36 years old. That was a great boost to me when I joined at 29 years to take a certification and I started my SAP career at 29 years only.

    You know one thing, all those guys got a job in only in CMM Level 5 companies in India, you have to believe you and your passion, patience and perseverance end of the day. Because those Mid 30 years and 40 years old guys were succeeded already then why can't you.

    Our guys already pointed lot of things to you... Take a slow step one by one and try to get into SAP. Do not urge you and take the step. Do not leave your current job and take the step. So, take it very slowly and precisely.

    How will I take step?

    1. Go to SAP Authorized Training and take a certification

    2. Go to SAP Training Training and Certification Shop and Take the training & certification.

    3. Be patient and apply the job and set your target (give 3 to 6 months time) to get into SAP or become SAP Consultant.

    Regards

    RC Gopi

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2014 at 08:20 AM

    Hi Sudhakar,

    SAP SD is a great fit for you. Best of luck.

    Regards

    RC Gopi

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