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eMatrix PLM & SAPPLM Certification

Hi Experts,

I have done implementations using eMatrix PLM tool over the last 4-5 years and have worked in SAP PM for the past few months. I aim to do the SAPPLM Lifecycle Data Mgmt certification.

1. Has anyone here taken this route from eMatrix PLM to SAP PLM? Any idea on how difficult it would be and what my focus areas should be?

2. Has anyone here done the SAPPLM LDM certification, any directions on sample question papers etc.?

Thanks a lot!

Dinesh

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 07:09 AM

    Hi,

    You can get required details at sap training & education site.

    Please check this link, you will get sample questions,focus area,curricula,et al.

    https://training.sap.com/in/en/certification/c_tplm10_71-sap-certified-application-associate-life-cycle-data-management-with-sap-plm-701-g

    Regards,

    Keerthi

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 02:48 PM

    Thanks for your reply, Keerthi.. I actually already did see the link that you mentioned.. I was hoping for some ideas/suggestions from someone who has moved from eMatrix PLM to SAP PLM..

    Thanks again for your time..

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