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About SAP B1 & Its future

Hi Friends,

Im an MBA Fresher. Im interested in technical field because i've IT background.

Kindly let me know

1. The SAP - Business One's future.

2. What are all the basic requirements i should have if i go for SAP B1

training.

3. Can i start my career as a B1 fresher?

4. Is certification is necessary in B1?

regards,

Vichu.

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 06:20 PM

    Viswanathan,

    All good questions...

    Before, we start talking about SAP Business One's future, the first question to ask what is your career objective. Just because you want to work on something technical should not direct you towards a software product / platform.

    You first need to identify your short term and long term goals and then decide.

    SAP has invested a lot on the SME market space in the recent years and has great focus on this market segment. The Tier one segment is saturated as most companies already have some kind of system in place. The SME market space is the future for SAP.

    Especially in India there is tremendous boost in Business One sales in the recent year and a grear promise for the future. Please read the following two articles which emphasize the same...

    http://www.ciol.com/ciol-techportal/Content/ERP/News/2006/2060619499.asphttp://www.ciol.com/ciol-techportal/Content/ERP/News/2006/2060619499.asp">http://www.ciol.com/ciol-techportal/Content/ERP/News/2006/2060619499.asp>

    http://www.fsn.co.uk/channel_mid_range_accounting/news/sap_marks_sme_milestone_with_ten_thousandth_customer.htmhttp://www.fsn.co.uk/channel_mid_range_accounting/news/sap_marks_sme_milestone_with_ten_thousandth_customer.htm">http://www.fsn.co.uk/channel_mid_range_accounting/news/sap_marks_sme_milestone_with_ten_thousandth_customer.htm>

    There are two areas in Business One, technical and functional.

    To be a successful Business One technical consultant you need good understanding of Databases and SQL.

    For the Functional side you need to understand Business Process and have Industry experience.

    You could start a Career as a B1 Consultant as a fresher on the technical side.

    Certification is not mandatory, but going through the curriculam and getting certified would greatly help.

    Let me know if you have more questions.

    Best wishes

    Suda

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    • Former Member

      Hi Suda,

      Thanks for your helpful information.

      Mostly all the big companies has implemented SAP ERP as wel as implementation is going. So, this is the time for small & medium size businesses.

      Hope there will b a great openings for SAP B1 consultants.

      So im going to choose training for SAP B1 technical side.

      In case of any other suggestions & If you can help me in any ways, kindly mail me to : sap.rameshkiran@yahoo.co.in

      thanks & regards,

      ramesh.

  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 12:58 AM

    Hello,

    Here is a thread in this forum that discussing about the future of SAP B1:

    The future of SAP Business One

    Rgds,

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