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APO learning

Hi

I am working with PP & know much of MM also. Now I want to learn new dimensional product like SRM & APO. But not able to decide which is in greater demand. Can anyone say which has a brighter future?

Also regarding APO when I checked with some training institutes, they are asking which sub modules in APO like SNP, DP, PPDS, GATP & DM? Can anyone help me in this reagrd as which one should I go for considering my background in PP & MM and market demand

Pls note that lack of my BW knowledge should not be a constraint to my learning.

Kindly suggest.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2010 at 11:06 AM

    Hi,

    I am giving my view as follows:

    1. If you have good PP background then APO-PPDS is better choice.

    2. If MM,then SRM.

    3. APO have sub modules so you can start with PPDS and latter into DP,SNP & GATP.While learning DP you will gain some knowledge of BW.

    Thx,

    Dipankar

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      Thanks for your valuabe suggestion.

      I am comfortable both in MM & PP. Thats why I am thinking to go for either APO or SRM. So I want to know in the current & future Sap scenario which has/will have good demand & prospect?

      Regards

      Edited by: BNR on Jan 19, 2010 5:29 AM

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2010 at 06:48 AM

    Hi BNR,

    I suggest you plan prefer your learning based on your current

    interest and do not plan based on market requirement which

    will keeps fluctuating.

    If you love to work in MM, then SRM will be better option for you

    Regards

    R. Senthil Mareeswaran.

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