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S4 Hana CERTIFICATION

What is the difference between these S4 HANA CERTIFICATION - Sales and Which certification to start with who don't have any.

C_S4CS_2011 - SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4HANA Cloud - Sales Implementation C_TS460_1809 - SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4HANA Sales 1809 Upskilling C_TS460_1909 - SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4HANA Sales 1909 Upskilling C_TS462_1809 - SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4HANA Sales 1809

C_TS462_1909 - SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4HANA Sales 1909

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    Posted on 2 days ago

    Hello Vikrant,

    TS460 are all up-skill exams. They are like delta exams, where you are certified in older version and now want to just give exam on delta changes in new version. Example - you may be certified with S41809 and now want to upgrade, then you should go for C_TS460_1909 .

    TS462 are base certification. You may or may not have certification with older version and you want to go for complete course and certification.
    Both TS460 and TS462 are certification considering op-premise application (S4 system)

    You will notice course content difference between base and up-skill exam (in training.sap.com).

    S4CS code us used for all cloud based S4 certifications.

    I think it is best to go for latest version in this case it could be C_S4CS_2011 or C_TS460_1909 or C_TS462_1909.

    Note: TS460 if you are already certified.

    If you find above info helpful, up-vote and accept this answer.

    Thanks,
    Vijayeta

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  • Posted on 2 days ago

    Thanks, Vijayeta!

    So the difference between C_S4CS_2011 (cloud) and C_TS462_1909 (on-Premice) is the Platform, right?

    They are both base certifications and will cover a full course so even a fresher can follow this.

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