dimanche 31 juillet 2011

Re: [sap-career] Syntel vs Capgemini

Posted by Vishal_Raj (DataStage Developer)
on Aug 1 at 2:04 AM
Capgemni always better.

Regards
Vishal

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Arung
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 9:56 AM
Subject: Syntel vs Capgemini

Hi Friends
I need your advice, I am currently working in Syntel, and I am Qlikview Developer. It's been 2.5 month working with Syntel. Now I have offer from Cap Gemini which is a good one. I was wondering can you advice me which is better option stick with Syntel or avail good offer from Cap, the reason i m looking out for change is that there only 3-4 guys are working in Qlikview and everyone is scared what will happened if the billing date is over and Project is also not too good and with no work at all. Your inputs can really help me make my decision.
Thanks & Regards
Arun

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[sap-career] Starting Career as SAP CRM Consultant

Posted by PSaun
on Jul 31 at 11:18 AM
Hi,

I have 1.5 yrs exp in ABAP and i have done MBA in Operations Management from IGNOU (correspondence). I am thinking of goin for SAP CRM training( not certification) from Delhi. Please advice whether it will be good to start a fresh with CRM????? How is the job market for CRM freshers in Delhi???
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RE:[sap-career] Syntel vs Capgemini

Posted by Typewriter
on Jul 31 at 10:14 AM
Hi Arun,

If you are not learning ("no work at all") & not adding value to yourself and to your employer, then sooner or later you shall get in to "trouble"!

I advice you to go for the Cap Gemini offer.

At this transition phase do some retrospection - why was there NO work to do? why did you not learn a lot and improve your skills? how can you learn and grow in CG?

Go to this new job with a plan.

Good luck,
Typewriter

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Arung
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 9:56 AM
Subject: Syntel vs Capgemini

Hi Friends
I need your advice, I am currently working in Syntel, and I am Qlikview Developer. It's been 2.5 month working with Syntel. Now I have offer from Cap Gemini which is a good one. I was wondering can you advice me which is better option stick with Syntel or avail good offer from Cap, the reason i m looking out for change is that there only 3-4 guys are working in Qlikview and everyone is scared what will happened if the billing date is over and Project is also not too good and with no work at all. Your inputs can really help me make my decision.
Thanks & Regards
Arun

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[sap-career] Syntel vs Capgemini

Posted by Arung
on Jul 31 at 9:55 AM
Hi Friends
I need your advice, I am currently working in Syntel, and I am Qlikview Developer. It's been 2.5 month working with Syntel. Now I have offer from Cap Gemini which is a good one. I was wondering can you advice me which is better option stick with Syntel or avail good offer from Cap, the reason i m looking out for change is that there only 3-4 guys are working in Qlikview and everyone is scared what will happened if the billing date is over and Project is also not too good and with no work at all. Your inputs can really help me make my decision.
Thanks & Regards
Arun
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samedi 30 juillet 2011

Re: [sap-career] SAP networking and ccna

Posted by USER_1805606
on Jul 30 at 12:35 PM
For networking professionals the SAP BASIS module is best suited.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: mudit mishta
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2011 10:01 AM
Subject: SAP networking and ccna

Hi Team,

I am science graduate and have done CCNA and ITIL v3, Currently I am working as Network administrator, Is there any module in sap which relates to networking and to my profile.

Please suggest, I would highly appreciate.

Thanks
Mudit

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vendredi 29 juillet 2011

Re: [sap-career] SAP networking and ccna

Posted by jobykvictor
on Jul 30 at 10:07 AM
Dear Mudit,

Of course BASIS is the module. No doubt in that. Go for it.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: mudit mishta
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2011 10:01 AM
Subject: SAP networking and ccna

Hi Team,

I am science graduate and have done CCNA and ITIL v3, Currently I am working as Network administrator, Is there any module in sap which relates to networking and to my profile.

Please suggest, I would highly appreciate.

Thanks
Mudit

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Re: [sap-career] Trainer as my first SAP job

Posted by rajeshtirumalasetti
on Jul 30 at 1:19 AM
hi
i support your decision to work as trainer in your respective module.
Generally you can fill your gaps in subject. Just spend 1 year as trainer
your confidence level will increase as lot. Regarding your carrier - in what
way you resume, Company's generally see for knowledgeable persons.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Zaffer Zaffer
Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2011 7:59 AM
Subject: Trainer as my first SAP job

Hi All,

I have just completed SAP FICO and have been working on it trying to master what ever i have been taught so far
As i am still a fresher to SAP (no realtime experience) its been hard to find any job opportunities leave alone getting an interview call

The other day i got a call from a local institute asking me if i wanted a job as trainer for SAP FICO . They said i would be handling specific modules to teach new comers or first timers to SAP

Well it amazed me at first because I'm just under 2months into SAP (practicing 0800 server)

My question is should i take this job as i would be dealing with my specific module day long (but ya it wont be realtime experience) and who knows i could get a chance from there to get into an MNC sooner. On the other hand i could add 1 years experience and upload it on job sites and try straight away for MNC's to try and get a junior role as consultant FICO

Your advice will be sincerely appreciated .

Thank you

Zaffer

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Re: [sap-career] SAP networking and ccna

Posted by nnivg
on Jul 30 at 1:19 AM
hi,

basis module is suitable for you along with this try to complete AIX . it
will helps you in SAP.


regards
Nagaraj n

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Swapnesh24 dave
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2011 10:10 AM
Subject: SAP networking and ccna

Hi mudit,


Basis module is suitable for your profile.


Regards,

Swapnesh
Sent on my BlackBerry? from Vodafone

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RE: [sap-career] Which module I should start with Telecom domain experience

Posted by Thomas_Dulaney (IS Specialist)
on Jul 29 at 11:03 AM
There's a subsection of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) that deals with telephones that usually requires technical experience that can be somewhat hard to find in the marketplace and therefore makes a great niche. It's called SAP Business Communications Management. This area deals with integrating phones with SAP for multi-channel contact routing, Interactive Voice Response (IVR) services, personnel directory and presence services, as well as other things. It sounds to me like you're a technical type person. If you have a systems administration type background where you are used to looking at hardware and designing solutions, you might consider starting with Netweaver System Administration (a.k.a. Basis) but target CRM (and SAP BCM) specifically. One reason there aren't too many folks that are in this niche is because there's not a clear path to get there. Just to get into this area you'll probably need to take all of the Netweaver administration classes as well as the CRM classes. Typical Netweaver admin knowledge helps when configuring BCM, but not really. The bulk of what an SAP Basis person does won't help with BCM. Being a functional person in CRM really won't help other than knowing how the IVR or whatnot works from a functional level. So while you might need those two certifications to get hired, it will probably be somewhat discouraging as you go through the training because most of it won't seem applicable to what you want to do in the long run.

Another route would be to look for a consulting company who specializes in CRM and sell them on your telecom knowledge. They might be able to just teach you enough SAP to supplement your telecom knowledge and book you out that way.

If you are NOT on the technical side, then you still might want to focus on CRM first. I normally don't recommend that folks start with CRM directly because if you're background is in general sales, it's better to start with SD and grow into CRM. Because you have 6 years in the telecomm business already, however, you may be able to skip the SD part and focus on the telecom specific portions of CRM. In addition, SAP has an industry product called SAP for Telecommunications which deals with all of the business processes that are someone unique to the telecommunications industry (telecom style billing, customer service, dealer management, etc). That would be a good route if you're more on the business side.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,
--Tom

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From: Ashutosh
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2011 4:02 PM
Subject: Which module I should start with Telecom domain experience

I have 6 years of experience in Telecom domain (Engineering-operation). Now willing to diversify my career in SAP.
Qualification: Bachelor in IT & Masters in Telecom Technology.

Please let me know the best module I should start.

Thanks in advance.
Ashutosh

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Re: [sap-career] Which module I should start with Telecom domain experience

Posted by saxena7001
on Jul 29 at 7:47 AM
Dear sir,
It is better for you to go in the SD Modules

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Syed Imz
Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 7:15 AM
Subject: Which module I should start with Telecom domain experience

Hi Ashutosh,

You have several choices in SAP...it's based on your understandings.

If you are good in programming then go for ABAP.

If you are good in databases then go for BASIS.

If you are good in business process then go for SD or MM.

Thanks
syed

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Re: [sap-career] Which module I should start with Telecom domain experience

Posted by imzroze
on Jul 29 at 7:14 AM
Hi Ashutosh,

You have several choices in SAP...it's based on your understandings.

If you are good in programming then go for ABAP.

If you are good in databases then go for BASIS.

If you are good in business process then go for SD or MM.

Thanks
syed

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Ashutosh
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2011 4:02 PM
Subject: Which module I should start with Telecom domain experience

I have 6 years of experience in Telecom domain (Engineering-operation). Now willing to diversify my career in SAP.
Qualification: Bachelor in IT & Masters in Telecom Technology.

Please let me know the best module I should start.

Thanks in advance.
Ashutosh

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jeudi 28 juillet 2011

Re: [sap-career] IDES (SAP Demo system) experience only

Posted by cpginc
on Jul 29 at 1:05 AM
Hi All,

The very next alternate to the SAP End Users who forgets every now and then
*GOTO* the ittoolbox to get refresh their memory with latest and upcoming
SAP Versions. This helps them to upgrade their knowledge into vast areas as
well as they will be very much strong into the SAP ERP modules.

Since I am also a SAP FICO candidate even i my also faces same situation
with me like forgot some important notes into SAP ERP.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Typewriter
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2011 11:27 PM
Subject: IDES (SAP Demo system) experience only

Hi VidhyaDhar,

Thank you for this very helpful post!

Some freshers to SAP have conveyed to me that they forget SAP content "very quickly" e.g. if they are not in touch with a chapter or topic for 5 days they have to go back to the books as they do not remember the transaction codes or exact configuration steps etc.

Have you heard similar remarks from your students? Could you please advise the ways to practice both in IDES and other ways so that this issue could be tackled / solved?

Regards,
Typewriter

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Re: [sap-career] IDES (SAP Demo system) experience only

Posted by architaprakash
on Jul 29 at 12:56 AM
Tom,

This is the best explanation I have ever read. Thanks for sparing your time to post it, it enlightens a lot of people who are mostly mis-guided by the misguides.

Thanks.

Archita.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Thomas_Dulaney
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 9:20 AM
Subject: IDES (SAP Demo system) experience only

I once had a friend who seriously thought he could become a pro golfer by only practicing at the driving range and on the putting green. So? here's the question? how do you think he did? Is it possible to become a professional golfer if you've never really played a round of golf? It's been 20 years and I haven't seen him on the pro circuit, so I'm assuming he kept his day job.

Practicing SAP on an IDES system is no different than expecting to master golf at the driving range. It's an artificial environment and without real users banging on the system creating real problems, you'll never really know how to solve real world problems. No one in a hiring position is going to consider IDES experience. IDES is a great supplement to real world experience. You may run into issues that are difficult to troubleshoot in your day to day job that you can address with IDES. You may want to do some what-if scenario tangents, that your day job might not be happy with if you were to try them on their system. But it's not going to substitute for doing the job, day to day. Having said that, you might win some brownie points for showing initiative, but that would only give you an advantage over another person with absolutely no real world experience. If you're up against someone with even 6 months real world experience, you'll probably lose.

Just my opinion!
--Tom

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