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eRecruitment & Travel Management modules - career growth

Dear Fellow Professionals,

Greetings!

Please guide me as to how a career path grows in eRecruitment & Travel Management modules. I have basic knowledge about PA, OM, TM & PY modules.

Looking forward to hear soon.

Thank you.

Best Regards,

Amol Choughule

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    May 29, 2015 at 01:55 AM

    Both are dead ends, as they are only kept alive for a few years, but most innovation is happening in the respective cloud products (SuccessFactors Recruiting and Concur). If you want to invest in learning of on-premise technology, then go for strong payroll skills.

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  • May 28, 2015 at 12:37 PM

    Hi Amol,

    Each sub module in SAP has good career growth.. Travel Management and E rectruitment are good modules to learn,, you will have good career..

    Thanks

    Sriram

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    May 29, 2015 at 04:28 AM

    @Sriram - Thanks for your inputs.

    @Sven - Thanks for your inputs too.

    I am a certified HCM consultant already. I have been getting mixed responses on Recruiting and Travel Management modules. Few of them consider these 2 sub modules are equally good as other HCM modules. As Sriram said at present they are doing good. Possibly will do good in future.

    I would link Sven's comments to above statement. Even i heard a little about Success Factors which is linked to Recruiting as well. So eventually cloud improvements might come for Recruiting module.

    Is it so ?


    @Sven - As you said, yes, payroll and Time are all time favorites for HCM job seekers as they are in good demand.

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    • Hi Amol,

      It may be debatable, whether the on-prem or cloud solutions are better, but in recruiting as all talent modules SuccessFactors as been defined as the "go forward" solution in the official SAP communication for ca. 2 years now. Only little investment from their side in the old solutions, so it will become a small niche over time