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Career in SAP SD

Former Member
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Hi Expert ,

My background is i am having 4-5 years functional experience in sales and marketing.From last one  i am working as SAP SD consultant.My problem is i am looking for job but not getting any opening for one year experience.Every day i am trying but no response from recruiter.So day by day confidence level is going down also i want to know what is the career chance in sap sd?

I am planning to go back to my old profile.Is this will be a good move?Please suggest so  that it will show some road to me?

I will be great full to all.

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Former Member
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hi,

i think you have good domain experience and also you are working on SAP SD then you can build your carrier in SAP SD. i also suggest you that you can take training from some reputed institute this will boost your carrier . you can also find many very usefull document on this site from Training & Education.

Regards,

mukesh

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Hi Mukesh ,

Thanx for your replay.Although i am working since last one year in SD module and you are suggesting to take training from reputed institute.How this will help me to boost my career?

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Hi,

because they will give you full training on module configuration and integration with others modules. The certificate make you different from others. what is your qualification ???

Regards,

mukesh

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Hi,

My qualification is M.B.A.I know that certification will make different from other but it is a costly affair.Configuration and integration i am learning fro real time experience which is better.

Regards ,

Shristi

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Hi,

If you are learning on real time environment then that is very good. Certifications are always costly affair but these makes you different from others.

Mukesh

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Shristi,

If you are getting to do configuration in your current job, then stick to it for 3 years. Thereafter try.

Former Member
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i have done also SD certification , as i am Assistant manager (Sales operation and leading team for SD , end user ,) , i have done MBA IT , MCSE  etc and have experience of 6 years in SAP SD  and with other experience in management , IT , net working 7 sales , i have total 10 years experience , now i am doing PMP , Hope fully in next two month i will give the paper of PMP , if i search the job in middle east of consultant for SD , on every job there is written 2 life cycle completed required etc , i am very confused that how i will start in aany company related SD consultant job , plz plz plz guide me , i am waiting for your guide line ,

Thx and Regards 

former_member184657
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Shristi,

There's an old saying, "A Bird in Hand is Worth Two in the Bush". And that applies to you.

With one year of experience in the SD area I suggest you just stick around for a while longer. This will help you in two ways:

- Help you gain more knowledge and more exposure to real-time problem solving.

- Helps you gain experience in the numeric sense.

The industry usually prefers Consultants with at least 3 or 4 years with at least 2-3 end-to-end implementations.

So just stick around. Initially the pay might be less, but it's worth it in the end.

pk

former_member192719
Active Participant
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Hi,

You have good functional exp, Fortunate you got the break and working as SAP SD consultant.

that is good to hear.Just look around or search SAP certification job opportunities in Google, you come to know how lucky you are... there are people who have 4- 6 years of functional experience and certified consultants desperately waiting for a SAP career.

You are lucky, you are already landed in SAP Career.As our members suggested that wait for 2,3 years, learn other modules..if you are interested.Then no one can stop you...!!!

Be confident...do not loose hope.

All the best..!!!!