IT career planning for SAP

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Dear Sir,

This question may have been asked to you million times so I'm sorry for that. Which career path in SAP I should choose to enter into the SAP domain. I have 10 yr of IT experience...6 to 7 years of coding and design in Microsoft technologies like VB, ASP, .NET, etc. I also have good knowledge of DB Oracle and SQL Server in finance and telecom domain. For the last 3 to 4 years, I have project management experience in telecom domain. I want to change and learn SAP. Which is the good module I should learn which will best suit my previous experience as well as increase my market value? Should I go in Functional or technical area?

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See, you have the experience of programming language as well as RDBMS or Telecommunication. According to background, you may go for SAP ABAP or SAP-BI…. Or even for SAP PLM. But of course the choice is yours! Before going to take any one, please consult with your nearest people or if possible, ask for renowned consultancy SAP related firms.
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  • Mkbhanu
    Well Robu, you have 10 years of IT experience and now into Project Management. I feel you are already doing great. Your previous experience will become irrelevant. Learning SAP, getting break into an SAP career at this point and starting as a beginner may be demoralizing. I think what is better is you go through the basics of SAP. It will help you in general and it may throw some light on this to take a career decision. The following resource may help you to get acquainted with SAP. Cheers ...
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