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Build Skills Around MDM

Hi,

I am an SAP HR Consultant. And have been tracking developments around MDM.

I find MDM very interesting and challenging and would like to develop skills in MDM and position myself as MDM Consultant over the next 6-12 months time.

Could any one suggest, on how should I plan for learning path. Do I start with getting more information on different Data Masters in SAP first, OR develop skill on any Technical components, programming? OR anything else.

Would appreciate if any one can guide me, on how I can plan to build skills around MDM and slowly move to SAP MDM.

Thank You,

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  • Posted on Jul 06, 2004 at 07:56 AM

    Generally, during the Ramp-up phase, individuals involved in Ramp-up projects receive dedicated training. Public training will only be offered after conclusion of the ramp-up phase.

    For the time being, stay tuned using the e-learning information provided at https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/developerareas/mdm.sdn?page=el_mdm.htm.

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2004 at 01:56 PM

    Hi Parkash,

    In that HR is a bit different than many of the other modules in SAP, and MDM is still in rampup, I would recommend you take the time to learn more about the various Master Data pieces in SAP. Namely Material Master and Business Partners (ie. Vendor Master and Customer Master).

    You will be more comfortable with these record sets when the time comes to begin learning the MDM functionality.

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