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Getting Back Into SAP After 10 Months

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Hello.

I got laid off 10 months ago from my previous company after 8 years of service as an SAP Specialist, currently I am working as a cloud ERP implementation consultant (using another ERP system) for the past 5 months and I'd like to get back to doing SAP.

Is it still possible? I don't want to waste my 8 years of SAP experience.

For my situation how should I deal with interviews ("Why get back to SAP?", etc questions)

Any advice would be great. Thank you.

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Lakshmipathi
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You have not provided full information in your post to assist you. When you say SAP Specialist, what do you mean by this? SAP is a vast area and one cannot master in all areas. Having said that, you need to be specific which module you have handled.

Coming to interview questions, as long as you are functionally / technically strong in any SAP process, you need not bother what interviewer is asking. Keep trying and all the best

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Lakshmipathi
Active Contributor
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Please try to use the appropriate tag whenever you post a query in SCN. Your post is purely related to your career but you have used "SD Sales" which is in no way connected to your query. Hence, I have changed it appropriately

Lakshmipathi
Active Contributor
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You have not provided full information in your post to assist you. When you say SAP Specialist, what do you mean by this? SAP is a vast area and one cannot master in all areas. Having said that, you need to be specific which module you have handled.

Coming to interview questions, as long as you are functionally / technically strong in any SAP process, you need not bother what interviewer is asking. Keep trying and all the best

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Thank you. I am more on SAP SD. I haven't forgotten a lot of the stuff, but I certainly forgot some (like how determinations happen, memorized only t-codes instead of SPRO paths, etc)