mardi 31 mai 2011

Re: [sap-career] Sap for MBAs

Posted by sandipshivane
on Jun 1 at 3:13 AM
Hi friend,

Already given to you a good information from Miss nitu singh. Your education has duel specialization marketing and finance.

You have two options 1- SAP SD, 2- SAP FI. you have a sufficient experience
for the a sap SD consultant. and 1 thing is ki you are economically strong then
go, otherwise parallaly do the job and course.

All the best

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Nitu_Singh
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 1:27 AM
Subject: Sap for MBAs

To Atif,

If you really want to make career in SAP then instead of going for SAP R/3
modules which require domain knowledge go for SAP Business One (BO) which
not requires so much domain knowledge and all the modules are covered in
that as your sales, purchase, finance, CRM etc. SAP BO is mainly made for
SME companies.

-Nitu

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Re: [sap-career] Sap for MBAs

Posted by Nitu_Singh
on Jun 1 at 1:27 AM
To Atif,

If you really want to make career in SAP then instead of going for SAP R/3
modules which require domain knowledge go for SAP Business One (BO) which
not requires so much domain knowledge and all the modules are covered in
that as your sales, purchase, finance, CRM etc. SAP BO is mainly made for
SME companies.

-Nitu

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Atifwaddo
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 9:11 AM
Subject: Sap for MBAs

Dear Experts,

My name is Atif, I am an MBA graduate in Marketing and Finance 2010 passed
out, presently I am working with one of the IT company as back end support.
After doing MBA I am not at all satisfied with the work which is I'm doing
here. I desperately need a change and wanna go for SAP SD module from one of
the SAP education partners. I have 8 months of experience in sales prior to
MBA, so could you please guide me for my further actions. I would be
thankful to you if can show me the proper career path.

--
Thanks & Regards
Atif A Waddo

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Re: [sap-career] SAp-ABAP+(?)

Posted by Reetesh Tiwary
on Jun 1 at 12:48 AM
I hope you understand no what language you work/specializes on/in you would
be querying database for almost everything. Hence that is a must!

But in context to working on ABAP that is one of the aspect of many many
more aspects!

Reetesh

---------------Original Message---------------
From: darkvirus007
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 12:23 AM
Subject: SAp-ABAP+(?)

Thank you very much the replies. So doing a course in SQL in good?

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RE:[sap-career] SAp-ABAP+(?)

Posted by darkvirus007
on Jun 1 at 12:22 AM
Thank you very much the replies. So doing a course in SQL in good?

---------------Original Message---------------
From: darkvirus007
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 9:11 AM
Subject: SAp-ABAP+(?)

HELLO Guys,



I am currently pursuing an Master degree in Computer Science . I like programming so after my Post graduation i wish to pursue a career in SAP as an ABAP programmer.

In the mean time i wish to pursue a course which would be an added advantage for SAP career

like for example, ABAP+PHP? or ABAP+Java? or any?



Please guide me through this?



Thank you for your valuable help in advance!

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Re: [sap-career] Sap for MBAs

Posted by Roy B (SAP Financials Expert)
on May 31 at 5:59 AM
Telling this guy to go for FI-CO is not helpful. Just because he has a degree does not mean he is an accounting expert, because he has no experience and unless he has expert knowledge he is not going to make it in FI-CO. If you cannot give sound advice it is better to say nothing.

Rgds, Roy

Roy Brookes FFA, FInstBA,
SAP? Financials Expert
Senior SAP? Financials Consultant

---------------Original Message---------------
From: sunilkn
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 5:20 AM
Subject: Sap for MBAs

Hi,

Go for FICO since you have done your MBA in Finance, that is more suitable
for you

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Re: [sap-career] Sap for MBAs

Posted by sunilkn
on May 31 at 5:19 AM
Hi,

Go for FICO since you have done your MBA in Finance, that is more suitable
for you

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Atifwaddo
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 9:11 AM
Subject: Sap for MBAs

Dear Experts,

My name is Atif, I am an MBA graduate in Marketing and Finance 2010 passed
out, presently I am working with one of the IT company as back end support.
After doing MBA I am not at all satisfied with the work which is I'm doing
here. I desperately need a change and wanna go for SAP SD module from one of
the SAP education partners. I have 8 months of experience in sales prior to
MBA, so could you please guide me for my further actions. I would be
thankful to you if can show me the proper career path.

--
Thanks & Regards
Atif A Waddo

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lundi 30 mai 2011

Re: [sap-career] Sap for MBAs

Posted by ramsunder
on May 30 at 9:54 PM
Try to know about IS modules in SAP, its demand in future.....

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Atifwaddo
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 9:11 AM
Subject: Sap for MBAs

Dear Experts,

My name is Atif, I am an MBA graduate in Marketing and Finance 2010 passed
out, presently I am working with one of the IT company as back end support.
After doing MBA I am not at all satisfied with the work which is I'm doing
here. I desperately need a change and wanna go for SAP SD module from one of
the SAP education partners. I have 8 months of experience in sales prior to
MBA, so could you please guide me for my further actions. I would be
thankful to you if can show me the proper career path.

--
Thanks & Regards
Atif A Waddo

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Re: [sap-career] Any information on NetBusiness Solutions

Posted by Viet_Tran (Business Consultant & Sales Manager)
on May 30 at 4:25 PM
Dear James-2:
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As you clearly stated in your request letter:

Your mind is set ("I am planning to join NetBusiness Solutions")
You know how to get there ("after paying Rs 149K as trainee").
You already possess (hopefully marketable) knowledge ("I have good experience on other softwares on Financials modules").

All necessary ingredients for your personal success are already available to you and they are already in place. I am afraid to recommend that you do not have any thing to worry. Go ahead and do it! ( And as always: the level of success depends on and demands your hard work and it can takes years; Be therefore patient to yourself on your way).

Regards,





Viet Tran
Master's Degree in Business Administration
Master's Degree in Economics
Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
ERP Consultant
IBM System Programmer and System Analyst
Business Consultant

---------------Original Message---------------
From: James-2
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 2:19 PM
Subject: Any information on NetBusiness Solutions

Hi,

I am planning to join NetBusiness Solutions, Mumbai after paying Rs. 140 K as trainee. Please guide me.

I have good experience on other softwares on Financials modules and I am looking for breakthrough in SAP as fresher.

Please guide as your comments will help making the decision.
Thanks in advance.
James

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Re: [sap-career] Sap for MBAs

Posted by SAPProjectsTraining (SAP -ABAP BASIS SD MM Project based Training with realtime skill)
on May 30 at 5:34 PM
Hi Asif,

It's known fact that there is no domain experience required for ABAPers.
In case of functional job, domain is a must and you have only 8 months of
experience in sales.
I don't think you fit into SAP line. You better come to SAP career after
2-3 years of domain experience.
SAP module is not based on qualification, but on domain exposure.

Vageesh, Bangalore
Mob: 8050820189

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Atifwaddo
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 9:11 AM
Subject: Sap for MBAs

Dear Experts,

My name is Atif, I am an MBA graduate in Marketing and Finance 2010 passed
out, presently I am working with one of the IT company as back end support.
After doing MBA I am not at all satisfied with the work which is I'm doing
here. I desperately need a change and wanna go for SAP SD module from one of
the SAP education partners. I have 8 months of experience in sales prior to
MBA, so could you please guide me for my further actions. I would be
thankful to you if can show me the proper career path.

--
Thanks & Regards
Atif A Waddo

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[sap-career] Any information on NetBusiness Solutions

Posted by James-2
on May 30 at 2:16 PM
Hi,

I am planning to join NetBusiness Solutions, Mumbai after paying Rs. 140 K as trainee. Please guide me.

I have good experience on other softwares on Financials modules and I am looking for breakthrough in SAP as fresher.

Please guide as your comments will help making the decision.
Thanks in advance.
James
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Re: [sap-career] Career to start off with FICO module in SAP

Posted by Viet_Tran (Business Consultant & Sales Manager)
on May 30 at 2:16 PM
Dear kkumaresamani:
Dear palashisin:

I do hope on your agreement that I respond to both of your request in one body of correspondence. It certainly is not so personal as I wish for you.

Both of you, kkumaresamani has finished "SAP FICO", palashisin completed "courses in FICO module", gain painfully the near-death experience on the market. The market is always brutal in its reaction. The market does not know you personally but if you do not have any thing that is marketable (or the luck does not have enough and real opportunity to find you), it will turn you down completely. It will beat you to the ground. It will destroy you mentally with an undeniable result: You feel worthless in your sincere Endeavour!

On the other hand, make yourself recognize that you, compared to the rest of the market, already have something that you have earned through hard work for a long time, and have paid dearly for it: Your Knowledge, Your Experience. The only question, that is useful to ask, is how to find an acceptable way to get into the market on a low, but still good enough for you (compared to nothing that you have at this moment)?

Do you wonder: why the barrier to enter the SAP market, especially on the level of SAP Expert, is so high (in many cases it is out of reach of a beginner (even with some valuable knowledge and experience))? The simple reason is: Because the market pays dearly for SAP as offered of the Software and all other services and for the SAP Expert to help run SAP, after it is installed, properly. Put yourself into the shoes of these companies, that pay year after year million(s) of US Dollars to SAP and you and other SAP Expert. What do you want then? You, the company leader, must not only run your company. You must run it successfully. You must plan in advance for your company to survive the increasing pressure of the market in the world, not only locally. Besides of it, the shareholders of your company expect that you must be able, not only to maintain the success of the company, but to increase it. Remember: Attack is the best defense!

You now are at the level of understanding why it is difficult, not only for you personally but to every one, to get a ticket to the market segment of SAP.

Please find a good balance between your expected demand and what the market segment in your circumstances, where you have real access to, is willing to offer to you. Then take it and run as fast as you can! The rest, which will happen in the future for you, is history. A history of success and personal satisfaction!

Regards,





Viet Tran
Master's Degree in Business Administration
Master's Degree in Economics
Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
ERP Consultant
IBM System Programmer and System Analyst
Business Consultant

---------------Original Message---------------
From: kkumaresamani
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2011 10:22 AM
Subject: Career to start off with FICO module in SAP

Dear Sir,

I am also a one among you. Having 6 years experience in accounts in Malaysia in a Catering Field. Now am in Chennai completed SAP FICO in a private Institute. Getting a job is very difficult. They need experience. How can we get it without getting a job. I am trying like this way if is possible or it is ok pl. do it. Now I am concentrating in any portions like Accouts Payable, receivable, asset accounting like that i am practicing via IMG way and T code way in both ways we should know entire portions the above said. Than we have prepare our resume and search a job. This is the way one my best friends advised me. Whether it it is good. pl. follow it or you give some guidelines to me.

Best wishes from
kk mani.

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RE:[sap-career] SAP IS Retail or MM or SD or any other Module?

Posted by Typewriter
on May 30 at 2:16 PM
Hi Suman,

You have recently graduated MSc Logistics & supply chain business management. Going in to SAP would be a new direction & this study shall not help you to position yourself in the market. Thus "monetary benefits" would be less (much less than going for a management position)!

If you are really interested in "systems", analysis & satisfying business needs through SAP and are ready to struggle for few years then go for it! Or else, do not start on this journey.

As far as what module to choose -
- Through reading (internet - in YouTube there are demo sessions of SD, MM etc.), find out what processes are involved in each of the 3 modules
- Take demo sessions in all 3 modules, these sessions are free.
- Subscribe to SD, MM etc. groups here (Toolbox), read the issues & think of the solutions

Plus with guidance from experts here and other ways find out what really interests you & then choose that module. Money shall follow!

Good luck!

PS: Thanks Neal, Viet for the posts!

Regards,
Typewriter

---------------Original Message---------------
From: vasanthkouluri
Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2011 7:54 PM
Subject: SAP IS Retail or MM or SD or any other Module?

Dear Gurus,

I have been in convenience retail for roughly 8 years now and recently graduated in MSc Logistics & supply chain business management. I would like to know which module in sap (IS Retail or MM or SD or any other module) would would suit me, have more opportunities and have better monetary benefits?

Also please could you advise how i can start to switch my career,

every suggestion is appreciated,
many Thanks,
suman.

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