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Help me shaping my Career!!

Hi Gurus,

I am working with an infrastructure firm since last one year as a SAP MM Consultant. This is the total experience I have in SAP. I wanted to know what would be the best possible career option for me :-

a) If I continue as SAP MM Consultant with my current firm and side by side I apply to other companies as well.

b) I go for ABAP course

c) I go for M.S. Program in SAP from Victoria University, Australia.

d) I go to Canada, Ragina region for PGDM course in SAP.

Please help guys!!

Thanks!

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2012 at 01:39 PM

    Mukesh is right. You are better off where you are. Gain at least 3 years of experience in SAP MM area and then you can think of better opportunities.

    If I were you, I wouldn't bother with an MS degree in SAP. Just stick with what you are doing and over time you will reap the rewards.

    pk

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2012 at 11:03 AM

    You are probably at the best place where you should be. Most difficult part of SAP career is breaking into an SAP CAREER. Almost all of the SAP jobs are for experienced professionals and it is very tough for the beginners to enter, even after doing SAP Certification which costs a lot. Luckily you are already into it. Stick with it. Gain 2-3 years of overall experience in the present company if you have good learning opportunity there. Else try to do a part-time course into MM module only and make sense out of the things at your present job. Once you understand Materials Management processes, your doubts will automatically go away and you will be confident in applying for jobs. If you want more credentials to add to your profile, SAP Certification can a good choice. The discussion on the topic of SAP Certification can be very lengthy. [You can read the following educational resource on SAP Certification.|http://www.best-career-guide-for-erp.com/sap-certification.html]

    Hope it helps 😊

    Regards.

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