I have been working with SAP functional modules for past 5 years now for a company as a permanent employee.Now I am planning to start working as an independent SAP consultant but not sure about the hourly rates based on my experience.I have always been a salaried person and not an hourly rate based contractor..
I want to start training as a SAP Consultant but was wondering how does one get started with SAP and how do I get certified by SAP also do they provide long distance training which would allow me to work full time and study at my own pace.
Hello, Im a SAP Basis Consultant and looking for high paid jobs in UAE. Can Anyone help?
I am a SAP ABAP consultant and wish to find a suitable job in the middle east, especially KSA or UAE. can somebody help me what is the best job search website for middle east jobs ?
He is working in a Pharmaceutical company for Past 8 years.
Has MBA degree from Symbiosis (Done in Distant Learning.)
Will this be good change?
Will companies be ready to take in fresh SAP consultants?
Where can he do SAP training?
Should he do Certified Course or just Normal?
I am an SAP HR consultant and looking for a job. I want to send my resume directly to the hiring managers in big companies like GE, General Mills, Levi's etc. How do I do that? I am on LinkedIn as well. Please help...
I want to learn SAP-ABAP and join a company, I have 2.5 months in my hand. Please suggest me , how should I approach, so that I can complete the SAP-ABAP course and get certified and join the job as a SAP Consultant.
My background is accounting and I want to get into SAP. What's the best way to find an entry level SAP job?
What does a SAP Functional Consultant do? What is their job?
Can a person, working in a totally different field, expect an entry into the world of ERP (SAP ) , if he does his training in SAP ? Siemens is quite expensive and also, it doesn't guarantee a job..Does a training from Siemens help in getting the required certification from SAP ( the exam that one has to pass in order to become a valid SAP consultant) What to do in this case? What about the referrals?
Is it £40,000 p.a. if someone just got hired with an European MNC in mumbai, India and who had only done SAP course after bachelors and sent abroad for projects and stuff?
I know india is a growing economy and I respect that, but is the payscale similar to the west for a fresher?
I am working as SAP consultant in mumbai from 2 years and not willing to do MBA by quitting my job.
1) what are the other possible options for me to do PG?
2) Is correspondence MBA a good option? are there same opportunities after it as full time MBA can offer ?
I have worked for a internet content company (like yahoo) for 2 years as internet content product planner.
now, I want to switch my career to SAP consultant, but I haven’t any experience in SAP, so here, any one can tell me how can I get SAP consultant job in SAP Company？Any suggestion are welcome!
I completed my MBA in 2010 from a college in NYC.
I did a year job as SAP FICO consultant for about a year and currently working on a project as Business Analyst since last 6 months. So, I am having about one and half year experience.
My problem is what should I do next? I am still working as Business Analyst and it is a year project.
Can I get a full time job anywhere? What are some of the options for me to do job?
I am on Green Card in US
I have access to all the job boards. I am looking for people with all modules and individual module experience.
I was into postproduction for 2yrs i am planning to do SAP basis.I have completed my Bsc(mathematics).What r the chances of getting a job with this profile??
I work in IT, and I am beginning to hear about SAP. I am aware that it is a Germany based software company, but seems like lot of places including federal gov is planning on implementing SAP.
What exactly is it? How do you go about learning it and how much time would be expected gain expertise in SAP?
Is it really that hard to implement SAP?If it is,what's the difficulties in it? and what's the toughest part? I don't think it is hard to learn,and the market is driven by supply and demand.Maybe there are a lot of people who are learning it or once learned it,but why they didn't make it to be an SAP professional?
The SAP market is a tough market for consultants : You need at least 3 years of relevant SAP experience to get any project.
A SAP fresher (no experience) will not find a job because he is a fresher. So what tip can you give him to find a job ?
Maybe to join a community like SAP SDN ?