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New to the world of SAP

Hi & hello to every body,**

I am Vijay and I am new to this forum.I found this forum very very intrusting as having very intellectual group of people here.

Basically i am from IT infrastructure and Project management , having appox. 15 years of successful experience.Now i wanted to gain in the SAP.............I feel this is the better place to have better opinion from very good and intelligent people.

SAP is not easy.............. but same way I can say it is easy with a proper guidance. I would like to request you , please guide me how do i proceed or how do I get started.

I am anxiously waiting for your replies.

Thanx In Advance.**

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2011 at 01:12 PM

    Hi Vijay,

    Welcome to the world of SAP.

    My first question would be, are you already into SAP or you are trying to make a career in SAP, if so have you frozen the module you would like to work. For eg BASIS, ABAP, SD, MM &.......

    Regards,

    SBK

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      Hi Vijay,

      Each module in SAP is very robust and vast. One person cannot be an expertise in more than 1 or 2 module and it needs lots of experience to which learn, which I hope you would also gain as days pass by.

      People from N/W or Infrastructure environment can learn BASIS module, which is more of managing SAP application, servers and database.

      If you want to learn on functional modules such as SD, MM, PP, PM I would suggest you to undergo training from SAP, plus this training program is a costly affair.

      http://www.sap.com/india/services/education/index.epx

      Regards,

      SBK

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