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Hi, I am absolutely new to SAP.Plz give me this info,if I want to start up a career in SAP,what kind of courses in SAP can help me.Also,plz send a brief details on SAP. I want to pursue a career in this field,so any kinda info would help.
ASKED: June 10, 2005  6:00 AM
UPDATED: March 9, 2012  9:37 AM

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I don’t where u r located. Google for SAP+CERTIFICATION+LOCATION where location should be replaced with your location. There are quite a large amount of info on the Internet which you can go through initially to understand what SAP is all about.

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  • Casper1
    What type of arena of sap are you interested in?? Basis, Modules, add ons???
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  • DickBrowne
    Hi, SAP is indeed a career, and it covers many different computing areas within a single integrated system. My advice today would be to pick one area that really interests you and work through the training all the way to certification. I have just done this part-time with a BW Academy resulting in a BW35 certification and countless job opportunities. BW is very much in demand right now and the training takes 10-13 weeks to complete. Some of my felow students were employed as SAP consultants BEFORE they took the certification exam and in some cases failed the exam and were still recruited as consultants. There are other areas of course that have similar certifiaction streams, (check out the web site training in whatever location you are situated), but in my opinion BW carries the heaviest demand shortfall for knowledgeable staff right now ! Rgds Dick Browne
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  • Mkbhanu
    Beginners in SAP can follow this article: SAP for Dummies. In addition the following series of articles will help you in getting acquainted with SAP : PART-1 What is SAP? PART-2 Evolution of SAP ERP Software PART-3 Introduction to SAP Business Suite Hope it helps. Cheers ...
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