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what does it take to get first implementation,support,roll-out & upgrade project in SAP

Oct 03, 2017 at 06:10 AM


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i am an Mcom, MBA Finance pass-out in the year 2004 ,possessing almost a decade of industry expertise .Major quantum of it goes to logistics and warehousing and rest of into like Accounts payable domain

In my initial stages of my career i was working on SAP ECC environments as an end -user like creating purchase orders,work orders,purchase requisition ,performing MIGO and MIRO transactions for the big clients who already implemented SAP

my inclination was always towards SAP Finance for which i did an exclusive training but not certification,i consistently tried hard to get a job in SAP ,the reason was being that major of the companies were asking minimum 1 e2e implementation alas

still the hunt is going on despite having excellent configuration on SAP,companies still asking for the same.i always ask one question to myself that in a human life everything occurs first time be it a marriage or buying a new vehicle or delivering a baby ,then why this implementation is not coming to me,

more then 75% of transaction revenue passes through SAP system worldwide ,more then 90% of companies runs on SAP,competition has become so massive that despite having good paper qualification and experience a person is chasing a job if he/she is not having requisite SAP knowledge .considering all these following questions i feel needs to be justified?

  1. do company's are playing a strategy to eliminate unnecessary traffic/applicants by considering only peoples having one end to end implementation exposure ?
  2. what about those who are new born babies and want to catapult in SAP world?
  3. As if now companies are hiring people who have certification?
  4. what is the clear syllabus /content to be followed in a resume to get trapped into a support or an implementation project
  5. are companies more focused on cost cutting measure to recruit an all-in-one resource for a greenfield or a brownfield project rather then hiring junior consultants who recently entered SAP arena or wants to join SAP arena
  6. what does it actually means when company says minimum 2-3 years of SAP experience on which platform end-user?power user?super-user? and what activities does it involves
  7. And if a guy of middle age ,what precautionary measures he/she can take to get a job in SAP in recent times
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