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SAP MM Consultant

Hi Everybody,

I'm new for this community. I'm working as a SAP end user (MM, WM & SD for 4 plants in one zone) from Jun-2007 and

recently i completed my SAP MM certification.

I have good knowledge for the below areas.

Sales & Distribution

Customer master creation for new customers and maintain for existing customers (Local, Domestic)

Discounts, Tax codes creation & maintain in customer master

Various type of orders creation with various type of Discounts & tax codes

Materials Management

Vendor mater creation & Maintain (Local, Domestic )

Material master creation & Maintain

Request for quotation, Purchase requisition, Purchase orders,  Outline agreement, Contact,

Scheduling Agreement, Release procedure, Automatic purchase orders, Quota arrangement,

Inventory management

Goods Receipt, Goods issue & Transfer posting, Invoice verification.


My Question is

What is my next career change?

How to start?

Is possible to become a SAM MM consultant / else?

I'm a B.Sc Computer science graduate.


Ramesh Pasupathy.

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  • Jan 05, 2015 at 04:55 PM

    Dear Mr. Ramesh

    good day

    firstly You cannot transform yourself from a fresher to an expert SAP Consultant in need more handwork and more efforts.

    Is possible to become a SAM MM consultant / else?

    How to start?

    yes you can but please drow your target and don't Despair you must fail and after that success

    1. you now have certification in MM and this is the start of your journey.not the end .
    2. Configuration Skills are the most important skills for any SAP Consultant.
    3. at least read 5 documents /blogs every day on SCN it have many experience and topics posted by SAP consultant
    4. follow SCN material management module  SAP ERP - Logistics Materials Management (SAP MM)  and Read each document and Blogs

    please read this document How to transform yourself from a fresher to an expert SAP Consultant?

    Top Ten Advises To Let Yourself Love SAP And Be Successful On It .

    How to become a great consultant

    How to become a great consultant

    What is my next career change?

    Do not stop investing money on you, and stop thinking that you are doing a course for a job,Would I get a Job? Can you give me some interview questions? believe me if you invest money on you , you will find this invest in your experience in your C.V

    please read this documentWould five fruits a day and a certification every year make you better?   it is very good for you written by Mr.@Ravi Sankar Venna this document i learned from it more and more .



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  • Jan 06, 2015 at 11:31 AM

    Hi Ramesh

    From a practicality point of view is there any opportunity with your current employer to move into a Support role for MM? In doing this, you would extend your end user skills as a super user or a support consultant to troubleshoot. It get you more exposure to reviewing configuration and going beyond end user procedures.

    As a natural progression, you might then have an opportunity to join a project or upgrade or even perform some testing. Over time, you could progress into configuration and design work.

    Good luck with it and don't underestimate the skills you have obtained in conjunction with your training.



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    • Hi Richard

      1. You are on "loan" - sounds like you are in at the right time and bringing your business knowledge in. Try to remain on loan as much as possible so that you are part of design workshops, see the system demonstration and try to get access to a Sandpit/Playpen system. This way you will get the chance to learn from the consultants. By the time you get to CoE you will be a go to person and know the solution inside out. If it is a large project (when you say a few years - it may mean the work is delivered in releases. This mean you might have production with a support environment up within the first few months to a year so it could be sooner than you realise).
      2. For books, you can also look at the SAP Press Site to see official published content from SAP - you can purchase in hard or soft copy. The books you  have,however will give you basic overview of the ERP. For SAP Learning Hub - go to for your country and look for HUB* course codes. You will see a Customer Edition Version. This is 12 month subscription to all of SAP course material. Again, recommend you look at Discovery first to see if you like the style before you invest 😊. If you go to SCN training space you will see quite a few articles discussing it.
      3. (Your 4) Yes you are correct - GRC is about managing risk. Like security, if you do it at the end of defining your business processes then you are generally stuck doing administration patching. It's always better to design the business process to remove segregation of duties risk, etc. For example, you don't want someone having the ability to create a vendor and raise a purchase order (they could update vendor details and change the bank account to theirs and then buy a fictitious service)
      4. (Your 4 part 2) Process Controls is around automated monitoring of a process to see if there are compliance issues. A lot of companies might focus on fraud and segregation of duties but an inefficient process can actually be more costly. If you google or go to GRC space, you will find some overview information of what Process Controls is. The other module that is part of the GRC component is Risk Management. Within the GRC portfolio there are some other solutions like Fraud Management (powered by HANA)
      5. Playpen - you might get this on your project. The alternatives is to purchase SAP Live Access (extension of learning Hub) or search google for SAP IDES to see if you can obtain a trial copy and install it yourself (this last option would be for ERP MM and not GRC). I recommend you find out what your company is doing in the preparation phase of the project as installing and setting up a SAP system at home is quite tedious (must admit, I outsource such a thing to my partner and make him do it)



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