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Need Help for career!!!


I give you small introduction of myself 1st for better understanding.

Myself Hitesh Daiya. I completed My BE In Information Technology in 2008. I started small software company and in starting the things was really good. We got many local software projects and some from MNC to relate to Data Entry and BPO project. In 2013 the bad period was stared and till this date the I left the organization.

I want to get new start with my life and career too. I was searching job related course and I found SAP. SAP has many modules. While looking towards SAP I feel it’s good to do ABAP or PS Or Data Management related modules for me.

I need help from you people which module will help me to start new journey of my career. I have problems related to finance too. Can u please guide me for module and the place from where I can do the certification at cheap rate as I have many problems related to finance.

Hope you can understand my problem and guide me.

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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2016 at 12:54 AM

    Hi Hitesh,

    Here is my two cents,

    SAP Certification is costly, I think there is no way that you could get certified in SAP modules with cheaper rates.

    It might be easy to get a job if you are certified by SAP. But, I am not a big fan of certification (I never did one too). But, for an entry into SAP world, a certification might help you, but there is no guarantee that you will get a job if you are certified.

    If you are planning for certification I would suggest you to do it on latest technologies of SAP like SAP HANA, where there is lack of skill in the market and you can make use of the opportunity.

    I never suggest ABAP, and I am not familiar with PS, data management to comment on.

    Regards, Midhun

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