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Sap MM Consultant as a Fresher.

I have joint a fabric manufacturing company in their IT dept as a fresher. I have decided to learn sap mm as i am not good at programming and i am more focused on the funtional side of SAP. Is dis a good option for me that i have opt for and how Should i Start as a Fresher in MM.Need Some guidance as i am not getting proper training from here and i dont want to miss this opportunity. Thank you

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 05:59 AM


    You have two options to get trained in MM.

    1. Contact your nearest SAP office to get trained and certified (Expensive)

    2. Contact any local training institute to get trained in MM, no certification is provided (Less Expensive)

    As you said, you are in fabric manufacturing company, what kind of role you are performing ? If you are programming ABAP, then you can also learn through your current role (If MM is implemented) This gives good exposure both functional and technical side.

    If you dont fall in this category, external training will be required. Job hunt will be big challenge.



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    Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 06:30 AM

    Hello Himalaya,

    It really sounds good when someone is planning to start his career in SAP.

    I would like to suggest you to first start with looking after the stuffs and things going on your environment. Start preparing the basics of SAP MM of your own and once you feel comfort with basics of SAP MM, you can go for certification training for MM which will help you to understand easily when there is high standard of training.

    Good Wishes...


    Kiran Subudhi

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