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Hiiii Experts

i am Plain Graduate (BA Pass) Student and having 6 Yrs of experience in sap pp as End User. i would like to become a SAP PP Consultant (Functional / Technical) . so what should i do for it.

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Anil Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2012 at 03:07 PM

    Hi,

    learning about SAP profitability analysis will require some classes or training, but one can learn the configuration and reporting strategies which will help with knowing other financial topics. All the best

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 10:27 AM

    hi,

    Do you have any exposure in production shop floor.If yes then you can go for SAP PP course.If no then i suggest you to have a hand of experience and have some good training where if you dont have a job atleast you need to have a enough knowledge of production activities.If you can afford then go for a certification course where you may get enough knowledge and enough chances of going into perfect job.

    thanks and regards,

    ramakrishna yella

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 12:06 PM

    Hello,

    I was a key user in logistics, then i decided to join an certifacate mm module course which is accepted by SAP. 3 month later i got a job as as SCM consultant in a firm; thus i could change my way directly to SAP consultancy. I haven't joined the exam yet, after than life will be easier.

    I don't know your conditions but if you decided what to be and take the necessary brave actions ,for sure, you'll reach your targets. 6 years experience is quite a lot, be sure that business knowlege is an important plus for a consultant.

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    Black

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      Hello,

      You'll decide this, i just wanted give an example regarding your situation. This is a way, you may want to first find a job in a consultancy firm instead of joining any course. Depends on your circumstances. Of courde that would be helpfull if you had a module certificate.

      We may say that MM is one of the basic modules, nevertheless I would recomend you to choose PP which you have business experience.

      Regards

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