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Have Done BBA(Bachelors in Business Administration) IN Finance, Planning for SAP.

Hello Experts,

I need some advice. 

I am planning to do SAP. basically I did my BBA in finance, and worked in Wipro BPO now moving to Wipro Technologies . 

I want to know which course can help me for further career growth. Also I want to know which course is most demanded in Offshore . 


  • 16 Jul 2014 9:33 am Shalesh Singh Visen Best Answer

    Many people come to me and they say that which SAP module is best for me? This is a very common Question for a person who is new to SAP and want to make their carrier in SAP.

    If some one asks this Question from me then I first ask about their Educational and Professional Background because this is the very basic and Important Part that play getting good JOB in SAP, because the Best part of SAP is that every field person can has its own place in SAP like


    MCA, IT person             BASIS, ABAP, XI , NetWeaver
    BE in Mechanical          SAP MM, PP, QM, PS
    BE in Electronics          SAP BASIS, ABAP
    MBA In Finance            SAP FI-CO
    MBA in Sales               SAP SD
    MBA in HR                   SAP HR

  • 16 Jul 2014 6:54 am Nitesh Singh Helpful Answer

     If you are planning to do any functional module like FICO, SCM, MM. PM etc then you should have at least 2-3 years of Domain exprience in SAP.. Also, Its preferable to do it from the SAP authorised training centers - like Genovate, Atos and go for certification.. Don't have a mindset that doing a certification guarantees to get a job... but the Catch point is the company generally looks for exprienced people as consultants and if they are hiring freshers they look for certifed people so that they can showcase it to their client as they have certified people in SAP.

  • 16 Jul 2014 6:56 am Jyoti Pandey

    Do any module you feel you are comfortable, first get the books read them three times at the least install the software, then if you know Accounting do Finance, if you know Sales & Distribution do SD , if you feel you are good in Purchasing do Material Management , if you know Production related theories do Production planning... SAP is about reading and a lot of reading if you are uncomfortable reading and understanding - SAP is not for you. Daily a minimum of 50-100 pages reading is compulsory -All the best.