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Changing career from BPO to Technical

I need few help or suggestions, am looking out for a change from BPO to technical background, basically i have experience in Sourcing and Procurement domain and now checking out for SAP SCM software testing. I have done few courses on java script and C++. Please provide you inputs how do i go through the path.

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2015 at 08:57 AM

    Hi Manjula,

    I know that career change is always a challenge, bit stressful, we need to think twice before we switch to other one. As you have technical back ground, you can go for ABAP, But please consider job opportunities in the market. Now a days most of the fresher jobs offered to Graduates who passed out from collages. As you are already experienced in BPO, trying to shift to Technical , make your analysis.

    Do not leave your present job even you want to go ahead for technical.

    There are many discussions in the forum will help you. just search "SAP fresher ABAP"

    All the best.



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    • Hi Manjula,

      If you choose technical ABAP, if you choose functional modules with relevant to your fields procurement , think about MM or WM.

      Coming to certification , there is lot of information in SCN ( Pros and Cons), Beautifully explained. Go though once. Take decision.

      All the very best.



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