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Need guidance about career path.

Dear friends

For me now it is a dilemma.

I was in Netweaver-XI team in our commpany, but there is not enough project to do, only some ALE/EDI/Workflow/ABAP(I have no Java knowledge at all) project for me, no real XI project.

Last time there was a CRM/SD project needing people, So I was assigned in the project and get certfied in OrderFullfillment.

But the problem is SD market is soaked, a lot of people doing it there, the salary will be down.

For CRM market in China, it is not started yet.

And for XI in China, it is just started and with good paid. But I think maybe it is too technical, I don't Java experience,either. I am confused.

Does any body could give me some sugguestion?Two Path:XI or SD/CRM?

My skill: ABAPALEWorkflow+SD

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2006 at 11:25 AM

    Hallo Song,

    This is good question. Many of them fall into the dilemma. I would say, it all depends on which work gives you enjoyment. If you are a technical personal go for XI and try to do the best here. If you are a process guy go for SD/CRM. Donot worry if SD is saturated you can shift easily to other modules. No problem.

    Important point. See where in your interest lies.

    CRM is more also a technical stuff. The processes get clear in the early stages but the real challenge lies in dealing with the technicallities of the process.

    With good Exp in ABAP/ALE... Getting in to CRM is an added advantage.

    In short, f you have interest in process get in its the right time.

    Regards,

    Premchand.Kamarapu@gmail.com

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