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CRM for Abaper

Hi all,

I am abaper with around 1year of experience.I will be thankful

if somebody can guide me choose between XMII,XI,CRM

marketwise as well as onsite opportunitywise and at the same time my abap experience is utilised.I would also like to know if its worth swithching to above mentioned technology after enough abap knowledge.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Mar 03, 2008 at 04:33 PM

    Hi Sandeep,

    All the three domains which you have mentioned are great and it depends on individual interest and the opportunity an individual may have to get into.

    All have good onsite opportunities.

    And after being as a programmer in ABAP for sometime, it's always good to move further and learn any SAP domain where you ABAP skills are utilized and at the same time you learn the various functionalities involved in a product/module. All the best !!!

    Cheers,

    Gyan.

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2008 at 02:32 PM

    hello sandeep,

    I started my career in the CRM Consulting. If you habe ABAP Skills you can work as a develpoment consultant. then you develop customer specific content on-site or remote depending on the customer. If you have additonally XI know-how, it is great for customizing end-to-end processes, means: the CRM UI provides CRM data as well as data from other system, e.g. ERP.

    Was my answer sufficient?

    Do you have any further questions?

    BRGDS

    nicholas

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