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SAP FMS or SAP Ariba for a MM Functional Consultant

Hi Experts,

As I am having Total 12years of domain experience(in which 2.5years in SAP AFS 6.5) in Apparel industry and recently moved to IT industry as SAP MM - Functional consultant working in ECC 6.0.I need to take my career to the next level to compete in the new industry,kindly advice which is the better option from the below to take it up to become a successful sap consultant and to my better future.

1. SAP FMS - As my background from Apparel industry whether to start learn on SAP FMS and advice the scope and opportunities in it

2. SAP Ariba - As I am a Sap Certified in MM- Associate level and from procurement background as well.It is better to take it up with SAP Ariba dhan FMS and advice it scope and opportunities compare with FMS.

Kindly need your valuable feedback to start with my learning and to progress my career as well.

Thanks & Best Rgds,

Sivaraman

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    Oct 02, 2017 at 02:55 PM

    Hi Sivaraman,

    I would suggest you to go for SAP Ariba because you also need to look at the job opportunities coming up in the selected skills !

    Regards,

    Uzair Hussain

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sivaraman,

      Sorry for the delay in response.

      Yes, learning HUB is the best place to start with and I would suggest that going for a training with SAP is best once you are done with the self learning in HUB.

      If you are working in a SAP partner company then it shouldn't be that difficult for you to get trained with SAP

      In most of the service based companies, consultants who aspire to shift to a different technology or any SAP module or new dimensional product, its always best to remain in the current company and request the Management to place you in a project which has Ariba over a period of time, gain REAL TIME experience and then move out if needed.

      Regards,

      Uzair Hussain