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Re: [sap-career] Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Posted by upendarhere
on Jun 30 at 11:24 PM
Hi sir,

SAP FICO is the best module as openings are high on this module

Thanks and Regards,
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---------------Original Message---------------
From: Viet Tran
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 12:50 PM
Subject: Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Dear SureshG :

The lack of a strategy is recognizable in your request letter. Here is the evidence:

Number One:
"So hope fully the employer may require few people for the support and yes, my employer know me professionally. "

Number Two:
"If i wanted to switch to SAP, What are the functional modules would you recommend to get the opportunity in UK?"

You must be able to set priority to proceed orderly. You want to change your career into a filed that you do not have much to offer. At the current time you do not even know: What is your personal preference in respect to any of the SAP Modules that are implemented in your company? The most important thing must be: Secure an entry into a new terrain and build as fast as it is possible to you. Afterward, in years, first you should think about "? the opportunity in UK?" (It refers to Number Two). It is simply so because if you do NOT get into the field of SAP, at your company or somewhere else quickly, you will add yourself into the long queue of SAP job seeker as beginner. And I do not wish to see it as reality for you.

To Number One:
You do not behave passively in any situation because you are looking for positive change. "So hope fully the employer may require few people ?" is against your interest. You do not sit on your hand and hope. Active contribution to the happening to influence is the only answer. Remember: The fact that a number of SAP modules are implemented, as you have described, does lead to the point that the implementing company does need every pieces of available and un-available information, including inside knowledge regarding facts and company policy and company preference etc? These are unconditional factors deciding the (un)desirable outcome or fate of the SAP project. (Recently we just point out that after spending US $ 30 Mios one SAP project in the U.S. came to an dead end and is finally buried. The implementing firm is not one of the second tier companies. Deloite was implementing company.) You are the person who can crucially improve the situation for the implementing firm. With this you have made yourself un-discard-able or at least a useful hand for your company. After you have so contributed, you have naturally secured your position the right way (and have learned how to manage your own career in an unusual and difficult circumstance. No leader is naturally born.)

Please position yourself truthfully to move forward.

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

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Re: [sap-career] Evaluation of SAP career

Posted by Manjaya
on Jun 30 at 10:36 PM
Dear Viet Tran,

These numbers make sense, if you compare with other ERP systems, with all
other technologies as well as a whole. You are in sales field; you are the
best one to dig the numbers and compare with percentage. I am not against
for SAP or other ERP's. Just interested in finding the details.

SAP provides many modules, it make difficult to choose one for new bees.
Further, it seems not a great jobs opportunities for entry level and 2-3
years of SAP experience guys in the US. Mid level (4-7 years) experience
guys may be making little better compensation. I don't know it is worth
because it comes with every week travel and short term position. In
addition, small and medium size cities have very few SAP implementations.
Thus, it make difficult to find SAP jobs in these cities. Well experienced
guys might be making good compensation, still they need to travel, short
term, missing family (post by dddtate)?etc. Let us not worry about the
compensation any more. This may not true for countries like India.

My opinion is that ERP implementations will help the company save money and
increase the profits. Most of the implementations done in less than 2 years,
after that most of the SAP consultants leave and company keep SAP
consultants to minimum. Implementations are good for companies not for
employees? Since the population is growing, it should be other way around.

Thanks,

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Viet Tran
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 3:46 PM
Subject: Evaluation of SAP career

Dear Manjaya :

It is refreshing to listen to the concern of the people that you describe as "all these new guys". On the other hand, your concern, if you should have one(s), is not answerable because it is inadequate to worry about something that is comparable to the concern of whether the sun will be coming up tomorrow?

Here is the fact that you should use for your basic understanding before you enter into any discussion or consideration:
SAP offers to you its products and services for the purpose of ERP.
SAP is only one of many other comparable companies in the market of the world.
SAP earns annual revenues of about US$12 Billions.
SAP can argue rightly that about over one hundred thousands companies, not users, are its customers and some of these companies have over one hundred thousands employees using SAP products daily to fulfill the demand of the market of the world.
SAP products are successfully used in most of the Fortune-500-Companies. (These companies are not born and land onto the prestigious list of Fortune-500-Companies. They are there because of their capabilities to fulfill the demands of the world market. And SAP from its parts to fulfill the demands of these Fortune-500-Companies.)
SAP experts are most of the ones who reach the highest margins in monetary compensation for the jobs on the market of IT.
Etc.

To paraphrase R.N. White in his response today to another requester on this forum: "The world out there is unkind and uncaring." (What happen (ed)s to you R.N. White?) And if the market, under this condition, is willing or must be willing to pay the high prices of SAP Products and Services, you can draw the ONLY conclusion about SAP for yourself. And then spend adequate amount of time and intelligence into your own research about other offerers on the market.

By then, assuming that you have done your job diligently, you must be able to verify your conclusion on its content above.

(By the way: SAP is not always my favorite in all cases in practice and for all purposes. I do hope that one day both you and I can come back to this hard fact of life: For or Against SAP and When and Why?)

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

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[sap-career] Evaluation of SAP career

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Posted by Manjaya
on Jun 30 at 2:16 PM
I have seen many postings and wanted to move to SAP. Do we think SAP world accommodate all these new guys. What about the opportunities in SAP competitors like Oracle, JD Edwards...etc. I do see guys are moving away from SAP lack of continuous employment (long term, or travel every week) and lack of big salary differences between with other technologies like, JAVA, .NET, DBA…etc (ex: full time positions in the US). However, opportunities in India seem to be very good at this time. Experiences from SAP experts are appreciated.

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RE:[sap-career] Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Posted by Viet_Tran (Business Consultant & Sales Manager)
on Jun 30 at 12:50 PM
Dear SureshG :

The lack of a strategy is recognizable in your request letter. Here is the evidence:

Number One:
"So hope fully the employer may require few people for the support and yes, my employer know me professionally. "

Number Two:
"If i wanted to switch to SAP, What are the functional modules would you recommend to get the opportunity in UK?"

You must be able to set priority to proceed orderly. You want to change your career into a filed that you do not have much to offer. At the current time you do not even know: What is your personal preference in respect to any of the SAP Modules that are implemented in your company? The most important thing must be: Secure an entry into a new terrain and build as fast as it is possible to you. Afterward, in years, first you should think about "? the opportunity in UK?" (It refers to Number Two). It is simply so because if you do NOT get into the field of SAP, at your company or somewhere else quickly, you will add yourself into the long queue of SAP job seeker as beginner. And I do not wish to see it as reality for you.

To Number One:
You do not behave passively in any situation because you are looking for positive change. "So hope fully the employer may require few people ?" is against your interest. You do not sit on your hand and hope. Active contribution to the happening to influence is the only answer. Remember: The fact that a number of SAP modules are implemented, as you have described, does lead to the point that the implementing company does need every pieces of available and un-available information, including inside knowledge regarding facts and company policy and company preference etc? These are unconditional factors deciding the (un)desirable outcome or fate of the SAP project. (Recently we just point out that after spending US $ 30 Mios one SAP project in the U.S. came to an dead end and is finally buried. The implementing firm is not one of the second tier companies. Deloite was implementing company.) You are the person who can crucially improve the situation for the implementing firm. With this you have made yourself un-discard-able or at least a useful hand for your company. After you have so contributed, you have naturally secured your position the right way (and have learned how to manage your own career in an unusual and difficult circumstance. No leader is naturally born.)

Please position yourself truthfully to move forward.

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: Suresh Guduru
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 7:37 AM
Subject: Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Hi Viet Tran,

Thanks for your reply.

In my present company, at the moment there are lot of individual consultants are working on the SAP implementation and by end of 2011 they will be completing there work. So hope fully the employer may require few people for the support and yes, my employer know me professionally.

If i wanted to switch to SAP, What are the functional modules would you recommend to get the opportunity in UK?

Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Suresh

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Re: [sap-career] SAP - SD or CRM

Posted by kamalrajb
on Jun 30 at 9:51 AM
Hi,

I am Karmal and want to suggest that you go for SD with CRM because nowadays this is
the best.

I am doing the same. If you want more suggestions call me
no.9704313317. I am from Hyderabad...okay?

bye

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Viet Tran
Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2011 1:03 PM
Subject: SAP - SD or CRM

Dear priyankarsingh (officer exports sales):

You wrote in your request letter "I have been advised by you all to go for SD module .....but i have heard that nowdays going for CRM will be advisable . As it includes the technicalities of SD as well . ".

Would you mind to be independent by processing the following sources of information and then form your mind based on your interest and knowledge?

There is a wealth of information as stated below. It is more than you need and want at this stage of your potential career with SAP.

Official Information by SAP
http://www28.sap.com/mk/get/TC_SEA65?SOURCEID=45&a mp;campaigncode=CRM-US11-SRC-PPCCRM&source=msgsdkwus01&kw=crm&dna=8 0572,8,0,102286342,777519157,1309020747,,26177358,7488 045785&gclid=CNabjKXC0akCFQe87QodJGg2OA

Difference in Organizational Data
http://help.sap.com/saphelp_crm60/helpdata/en/77/8 056b45fc2476d86bf6c4752104927/content.htm

Official Information by SAP "Order Management in SD and SAP CRM: How Do They Relate?"
http://www.sap.com/community/showdetail.epx?ItemID =17718

You know yourself best. After you have processed the information that is completely available to you, you must be in a position to decide. Independence in your decision making process is one of the crucial profession-related characters that will invaluable to you, at least, in your professional life.

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

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RE:[sap-career] How Accenture Hong Kong will benefit?

Posted by dddtate
on Jun 30 at 9:17 AM
Accenture is a good place to work for someone wanting to do what they really want to do. You don't have to have the core skills as Accenture is good with knowledge transfer. One thing I would suggest is to make sure you get a handle on what you will be working on. I recall when I started at Accenture, I was rushed to a client site and was told that I would be an Unix Admin and to my surprise I discovered that I would be supporting a load of applications that I had never worked on before. In short, Accenture told me one thing and the client had a totally different idea/goal.

That was a good thing as it really brought my confidence up and proved that I can jump in and work on just about anything and hit the ground running. My pay was low, but given that fact that I was a post 911 technical downsized victim, I was just glad to be able to return back into the technical field. Hong Kong may be different and the skills you have is very valuable, so don't let them low-ball you. One other thing I recall, was that it is was very important to know what organization you would be working for at Accenture: Consulting, Services or Accenture Technology Solutions (ATS).

Getting a laptop was, cell phone and basically things that you need just to do your job on client sites was very difficult. Again things may have changed since I worked at Accenture which was 2007. Ask a lot of questions during your offering phase.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Emma Yang
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 2:01 AM
Subject: How Accenture Hong Kong will benefit?

Hi Guys,

I got a position opportunity to work in Accenture Hong Kong as FICO Consultant. I know nothing about this company.

As for me, I have been in SAP FICO for about 4 years in China Mainland.

Anyone know something about Accenture Hong Kong? How are their work styles? Is the pay/benefits good?

Thank you.

Emma

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RE:[sap-career] SAP BASIS as career choice?

Posted by arora_gaurav
on Jun 30 at 8:24 AM
Certification in India costs 3.5 lacs.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Gaurav Arora
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 12:32 PM
Subject: SAP BASIS as career choice?

Hello all,
I am Engineering graduate in ECE and 2010 passout.
I worked for 8 months for technical support and left the job.
I am CCNA certified and planning to go for SAP BASIS training from any local institute?
is it compulsory to get SAP BASIS certification to get a job in SAP market as a fresher?

Would be thankful for a genuine advice.

Regards,
Gaurav

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Re: [sap-career] Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Posted by R. N. Wilhite (Senior Project Manager)
on Jun 30 at 7:53 AM
Out in the real world, yes you will be starting from 0. Now, you'd have to
ask in your current company. Perhaps they, knowing you would feel
different. The world is a very unkind and uncaring place.

Neal

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Suresh Guduru
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 5:41 AM
Subject: Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Hi Neal,

I am interested to switch to ERP and found SAP is having good opportunities in UK. If I opt ABAP or Netweaver then i should have minimum experience to get the job in the market. Where if i learn the functional module I may get an opportunity in my current company itself.
I have project development experience in retail and insurance domains.

I don't know whether I have to start from 0 or not. Do you really think if I switch to SAP HR, FICO or SD, I have to start from 0?

How will be the career and future in SAP HR?

Thanks,
Suresh

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Re: [sap-career] Which module is best for btech passout?

Posted by subhasish_pati
on Jun 30 at 7:32 AM
Hiii

I guess ABAP will be good for you this is my opinion you can take others advice also or go to any SAP consultants
Sent from BlackBerry? on Airtel

---------------Original Message---------------
From: yusuf alam
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 7:26 AM
Subject: Which module is best for btech passout?

ABAP module is suitable for you because this is programming concept

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RE:[sap-career] Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Posted by SureshG
on Jun 30 at 7:36 AM
Hi Viet Tran,

Thanks for your reply.

In my present company, at the moment there are lot of individual consultants are working on the SAP implementation and by end of 2011 they will be completing there work. So hope fully the employer may require few people for the support and yes, my employer know me professionally.

If i wanted to switch to SAP, What are the functional modules would you recommend to get the opportunity in UK?

Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Suresh

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Viet Tran
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 12:46 PM
Subject: Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Dear SureshGuduru :

You have demonstrated that you have laid a real foundation for your current career path and it can serve the purpose of your further development.

Here are the facts:
"studied in computer science",
"5 yrs of exp in software development using micro soft technologies.".
And your current employer "recently implemented the SAP in various modules such as FI, HR, SD, MM.".
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Your current employer therefore does need a number of capable employees to apply the installed SAP modules to (well) serve the company's purpose. Your employer does know you personally, professionally in your behavior and characters. Based on these premises and under normal circumstances, it must be wise for them to offer you a chance to grow. (The cost to find, hire, train and retain a capable employee is about three times the annual earning.)

One thing of importance that has been pointed out by R.N. White is: Do you consider that it is acceptable to you to re-start and build your career on a path that is almost completely different from what you have done in the past five (long and successful) years?

Either way, you do have a good opportunity. Stay where you are and be happy or move on to another career where you have a real chance to succeed.

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

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Re: [sap-career] Which module is best for btech passout?

Posted by yus_2003
on Jun 30 at 7:26 AM
ABAP module is suitable for you because this is programming concept

---------------Original Message---------------
From: sonali raghav
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 5:31 AM
Subject: Which module is best for btech passout?

I'm a btech (CS) passout .and want to do a sap training. Plese let me know which module will be best suitable for me.

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RE:[sap-career] Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Posted by SureshG
on Jun 30 at 7:18 AM
Hi Upendar,
Thanks for your suggestion. I am not from the accounts background and from the different reviews i got to know that FICO is useful for the accounts or finance people.
How is SAP HR and its future?

Thanks,
Suresh

---------------Original Message---------------
From: upendar reddy
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 11:39 PM
Subject: Which is the best SAP functional module for my career?

Hi,

When we comes to functional modules FICO is the no.1 module in any case.
Openings will be good in FICO when compared to other modules . So go for
FICO.


Thanks and Regards,
Upendar
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