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Career in SAP ERP (FOR A NON SAP ERP Professional )

Hi Experts,

I am Microsoft ERP Techno-Functional consultant (AX, Navision) of 4+ years of experience

1. I am interested to be a SAP Consultant. What relevant course should I take?

2. As for as I know in SAP, we should choose one carrier pathin SAP (Eithear technical or functional).how to choose which stream I should go for? To go for functional which domain will have more added value?

3. I choose to go for FICO, do I need to hold a finance degree. (Basically I hold bachelors degree in engineering)

4. Several companies/training institutions offer SAP training with guaranteed placements, are these trainings genuine and are the certificates valid?

Kinldy guid me with your valuable comments .Thanks in advance.

Thanks,

Bhareth.

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  • Posted on May 02, 2011 at 09:33 AM

    Hi bhareth,

    Am not sure what's your primarily work in your present technology but as u are a techno- functional consultant i would recommend you to seek knowledge and try your hands on the SAP TECHNO FUNCTIONAL MODULES i.e., The IS modules of SAP for ex.- ISU, that is a Industries Utilities modules which requires a lot of technical knowhow apart from being functional.

    And as far as your interest in the sap financial modules is concerned, its better to have some domain knowledge in the subject before to try your hands on the specific module. As SAP FICO requires deep understanding over the concepts which a consultant should be well aware off before practicing SAP FICO.

    Regards,

    Prashant

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    Posted on Sep 25, 2011 at 05:43 AM

    Thanks all for the guidance .

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