coz thers thi s chiken egg scenario of "unless u have work ex in SAP,you cant get a job in SAP " Vs "freshers need to work in some other field ,then maybe shift,but then theyre steriotyped as non SAP "
So as of now , im looking at L&T; infotech which does predominantly SAP,scm,erp realted work. Or maybe try Accenture who are bug players of SAP,and that too consultants ,but again have to be lucky to get into sap.Or maybe do non SAP work first ,then fo a 1.5 lac SAP certification .
Does anyone konw of other such companies ,or how to make the 'sweetest move' considering a frsher wants to break into the SAP functional consultant scene .
Thanks for the good insight.
I'm a sap professional with basis exp and security year.i want to know about some companies which are doing good projects in sap.
can you give me some pointers on this..thanks again
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2 yrs of ABAP and 2 years of implementation will automatically make u a hardcore consultant. it is about choosing your field of implementation like FICO, Logistics, SD, MM et etc.
Infact, almost every company is trying to get into ...
so it seems i have to identify the erp package first
eg: oracle for financial
siebel and oracle for crm
sap for manufacturing and so on.
so again ,i think doing 2 years initially in Abap shud help after which shift to implementation for maybe 2 years fol...
L&T; also works on non-ERP streams AFAIK. r u sure that u will be put into SAP if u get into it ??
TO whoseoever it may concern, i have to say that Accenture is not r...