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Training for ERP or S/4 HANA


I am somewhat new to SAP, I have a background in IT with some SAP BASIS type experience. I am looking at some foundational training for logistics and i am trying to determine if i should look at the in the ERP or S/4 HANA paths. We currently run ERP but S/4 HANA is the not so distant future. The goal is to gain a better understanding of logistics in SAP to help provide some support to our end user. I guess I am wondering with how different is the ERP experience from the S/4 HANA experience. Also what would you recommend for a beginner into to logistics/WM SAP course?

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  • Posted on Jul 15 at 07:46 PM

    Hi Leslie,

    S/4 HANA is future and it is always advisable to invest in future technology.

    As far as "foundational training for logistics" are concern there are multiple area material management / warehouse management / shipping. First you need to analyze which area you have a good business knowledge and accordingly take a decision. I can suggest go for WM but again you are the right person to decide based on your business knowledge. If you have good understanding of business then you can learn any module of SAP very fast.

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  • Posted on Jul 16 at 04:29 AM

    Since you already have experience in Basis, it is better to stick to that and try to explore in S/4 Hana. Lot of free training courses are available here and you can enroll to that and develop your skill in what you already have.

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