CAREER IN SAP

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ABAP
SAP BI
SAP careers
I was IT professional with 8 yrs of Exp on Client server Technology Oracle & SQL Server. I had a break from 2002 to till date and i am self employed in Garments Industry.I would like to shift back to IT industry somebody sugested SAP (ABAP) or BI.I am basically a Commerce graduate. Looking forward for your advice.
ASKED: July 24, 2008  5:00 PM
UPDATED: July 25, 2008  7:43 AM

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I don’t think after a break of 6 years you should go to a fresh area totally unexplored and experienced by you. Good thing is that you have 8 years of experience on Oracle and SQL Server, so easier way is do mastering on latest versions of Oracle and SQL Server (10g and 2008/2005 respectively – or any one of these), tap your old contacts and get a job as Server Administrator. This you can achieve quickly. Once you are settled, then you can go either for SAP (ABAP) or BI/SAP BW, learn, master and settle down. Otherwise even your current expertise can give you good re-start and future as everything runs on database and Oracle and MS SQL are leading.

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