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Hi All,

I am having 20 years of experience in Financial Market, such as Fixed Deposit and in Mutual Fund Process (BPO). Also I have experience in financial accounting. Now I am changing my career and have under gone class room training in SAP FICO. I am fresher to SAP and searching for a job and project. I am in chennai seeking opening in fi as a fresher. can any one advise me which consultant will place for freshers like me in SAP. please respond me.



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    Posted on Mar 01, 2012 at 03:23 PM


    Please remove the word "fresher" from your vocabulary. With 20 years of experience in financials, you are far from a fresher. Fresher has negative connotations as someone who knows nothing and wants jobs to be given without first learning the domain. You know the domain. Whether or not you are in SAP, you have much to offer a company. Your goal should be to find a company who needs a Financials person who is already running SAP. I recommend looking for an end user type job, not a configuration job. You are more than qualified to do that. Once you've been employed and the company is aware of your value, then let them know that you would like to learn the configuration side and move into the group that supports the SAP application directly. This is, by far, the most common way for folks to break into SAP.

    The company that wants you to pay them to get SAP experience is only looking for your money and free labor. At the end, you will not pass their test and you will be worse off than you are now. Find a reputable job with a reputable company that already runs SAP. Look into night/weekend certification programs that will let you get the configuration experience you desire while you are gainfully employed at a company as an SAP end user.

    Best of luck in your future!


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      I am assuming that you are in India and I don't have a lot of specific advice about specific sites to recommend, but I will tell you this: If I were in your situation in the United States, my first stop would be to find the local SAP users group. Checking, you can get a list of companies who are already SAP customers. I assume there's a version of ASUG in India. Another suggestion would be to find a site equivalent to or in India and use "SAP" as a keyword. This will give a list of companies to target. I would then rank them according to whatever criteria (location, size, etc) and start checking their corporate web sites for openings.

      After that, it's just a standard job search. Please never forget that you have valuable skills to contribute. Your understanding of business processes and the how to avoid problems that a young company might face is far more valuable than SAP configuration skills. You'll learn that part, but how to push the buttons that do the configuration is nothing compared to knowing why one set of configuration is better in a given circumstance than another, and that takes experience.

      I hope this helps!

      Best regards,


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    Posted on Feb 16, 2012 at 06:15 AM


    Welcome to SCN.

    You need to look for two areas if you want to make your Career in SAP FICO.

    First as you said that you got good domain exp. of over 20 years in Finance. Which I think is a good pre-requisite for SAP FICO. Also you had been through FICO training.

    Second is that SAP FICO is the toughest module and requires lot of exp. on the tool. Today you can see many companies are asking for over 3-4yrs of Exp. in SAP FICO.

    What I suggest you is that, please post your resume in Job Portals and if any chance comes up as a trainee or fresher then go ahead.



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