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which part of ABAP is closest to business(least techinical)?

Hello friends,

I have always been interested in business and financials.But unfortunately i cound't discover these passions clearly before my graduation.what i vaguely knew was about my interests in business engineering, process optimization, organization,analysis i did computer engineering.u can understand that the best tech job that matched my passions was now, an ABAPer for past one year(now my thinking is that some graduation in finance would have been better)

now i am seeing a path through SAP FI-CO to all the stuff i love.

so next step if FI-CO consultant.i have learned basics of accounting and other finance processes myself,but no body is offering FI consultant position.Which is shortest path to reach there?Completing some courses in finance will take time.i am planning to go for another i am working mainly on bapis,bdcs,smartforms and connectivity between sap to a non sap database(highly techinical)

the next employer has given me option to choose anything in abap.

i heard workflow is best for me(it covers all modules in SAP)is it true?

what should i choose?

please post your suggetions,any opinion will be highly helpful.

thanks and regards


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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 11:34 AM


    With an experience of 1 year?? Is there any market out there?? I see most of the companies asking for minimum of three years of experience in India.


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  • Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 01:38 PM

    Try asking to do ABAP in BPS/SEM and BI/BW. The ABAP there aligns more closely with the functional side than in ECC.

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 09:32 AM

    thanks for the comment

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