What is the best way to learn SAP?

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I have started work as G.E.T (PP) and I'm working first tie on SAP. What is the best way to learn more? I don't want to be limited in SAP. I want swim inside it.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Best way to learn, that depends on you and the institute that you select. There is no end of learning, while you are in a job, you also learn the new technologies and earn your solid knowledge to fit in this competitive environment. You did not mention your academic qualification. However you can enroll yourself for sap course, but other than study books, it is necessary to read other good books/references and gather solid knowledge for your bright future. It is better to talk with some good educational institute for your study.
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  • Roger588
    Do not spend much amount of money for SAP BASIS certification. First learn, work for the domain then think of certification.
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    Since you also want to swim inside it, do you mean you want to get into ABAP programming?
    My suggestion is to get more into business processes because you are already working on SAP. And then learn how each process is being handled in SAP in your business environment. This will provide you a deeper knowledge.
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