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Could anyone helpme out selecting the right SAP module?

Hii to all,

I have done my MBA(specialization of Finance and Human Resources) and I'm from BSc background.so I'm not having a good knowledge of accounts. Now I'm planning to learn SAP. Is SAP FICO suits me or not?

Could anyone suggest the right sap module for my carrier growth?

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2019 at 01:29 PM

    FICO goes away (merged together) in S/4HANA

    I recommend reviewing the S/4HANA finance learning journey https://help.sap.com/doc/221f8f84afef43d29ad37ef2af0c4adf/HP_2.0/en-US/5002d32d7a261014ad3081b2533c7414.html - and take as many free OpenSAP courses as you can regarding S/4HANA - open.sap.com

    Good luck

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2019 at 06:06 PM

    First of all, you have to decide your area of interest i.e Accounts or Human Resource.

    Once decided, it is always ideal to have few years of domain experience prior to entering into SAP Consulting or Support Role. After getting domain experience of few years, you may start taking some training course that can be training from an SAP authorized center or from an unauthorized one depending upon your financials. Post completion of training, start practicing the same into system, simultaneously prepare for interview as a Trainee or Associate Consultant.

    By following this way, it will help you a lot in many ways. During training you will be able to correlate the business processes and its configuration in SAP and once you enter into SAP Consulting role your domain experience will help you during requirement discussions and asking the right questions

    This path may take some time but if you think for the long term then it will help you a lot

    All the best!

    Regards

    Kamlesh

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