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Want to start SAP Career after 10 years Management experience

need help to figure out what will be the best SAP Module for me to learn and make career on it.

I'm a truly Business Developer, I create new businesses and contacts and expand the companies market share.

I'm a import export Manager and enjoy daily business flow, buying selling making profit etc...

I study Computer science in Germany and have a solid background of IT systems and hardware. I don't like programming! dont like to sit so long.

I'm also system administrator. I don't like much Accounting and book keeping stuff.

So now I need some advice what and which area in SAP will fit my person so that I can enjoy ?

I would like to anything with import export , manufacturing , planing , warehousing, management , purchasing , sales, problem analyzing solutions...

is that the Business Intelligence, CRM, SRM, Business Analytics

Thanks for any help

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 11:58 AM

    I would suggest Business Intelligence would be a good fit to start with

    Seeing your vast majority of experience, I would rather suggest you should go into pre-sales to get new contract.

    If you just learn a single area, you will see lot of competition, as in the market number of consultants are already filled in.

    But, pre-sales is a specific area you can look into and utilise your skills.

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