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Former Member
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Hi  i need suggestion i have one year experience in Cordys tool  now i am planning to learn SAP but i am new to SAP my education background M.Tech IT Networking if change my domain now will it create any problems ? and also please suggest me which module is suitable for me .

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dairolozano
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Hi .

Since with Cordys you have already achieved some BPM knowledge and experience, I suggest you doing some research about "SAP Netweaver BMP" and also "SAP Process Orchestration."

You can find useful information in the following links:


Regards,

Dairo

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dairolozano
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Hi .

Since with Cordys you have already achieved some BPM knowledge and experience, I suggest you doing some research about "SAP Netweaver BMP" and also "SAP Process Orchestration."

You can find useful information in the following links:


Regards,

Dairo

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Thank you for your reply sir and I have some doubts if I choose any one module SAP Netweaver or SAP BPM orchestration for these need any training and certification or my Cordys BPM knowledge is enough

And I heard sap bpm is not using more is it true?

Actually my education background is Networking so is there anyone module suitable for me?

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Hi Bhaskararao.

Your previous BPM and Networking Knowledge will be helpful to make your learning process easier but I'm afraid is not enough just by itself and you will still need training for any module.  However you can start from different points depending on how you want to do the approach:

  • For a Quick start, you can find startup documents about almost any  module in SCN spaces and have a glimpse about each of them.  That will help you choosing the one that suits better for you.

          https://scn.sap.com/places

  

  • Once you have done the choice, I consider SAP Official training the best option because companies will feel more confident of your knowledge. SAP offers Onsite and Online learning options for almost any module so you can chose the right one for you.

          https://training.sap.com

  • SAP Press Books is another trust-able and more affordable knowledge source if you want to start learning at your own speed.

          SAP PRESS

I certainly don't recommend unofficial / non-certified training companies.  I  know they are an option and they might charge less but you can't completely trust on the content that they will give to you.

  • Certification is the next step.  Is a Plus for job-seek but is not mandatory.  However, some companies can do their own tests in order to verify the quality of your knowledge.

     https://training.sap.com/shop/certification/


To solver your doubts about BPM in particular, you can do the research in the already existing discussions or ask experts in SCN BPM Community http://scn.sap.com/community/bpm


Best regards,

Dairo

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Thank you sir for your valuable suggestions

If I want job on SAP BPM need any sap certificate? Or just training is enough why I am asking I have some knowledge about bpm and also sap certificate course is also some how expensive and one more I heard there is low demand for sap bpm is it true?

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junwu
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if you go technical path..

abap

hana

ui5

don't touch other crap

Former Member
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Thank you Jun for your reply

I have some doubts If I choose abap or hana

Is Certificate mandatory to get the job?

Anyhow I have some programming knowledge is it helpful to learn abap/hana?

I heard certificate is compulsory for freshers to get job is it true?

dairolozano
Contributor
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Hi Bhaskararao.


Certification is desirable but not compulsory for any SAP module.  I can't deny that having it is a plus and might give you more eligibility, but sometimes a good resume with other skills and good experience are more important assets than certification. 


If you have programming knowledge, skills, and experience, then you can consider software development oriented  modules like ABAP, Fiori/SAPUI5 or HANA.   Fiori is based on SAPUI5, wich is HTML5 for SAP. So, If you have experience with Javascript and web-apps that might make it easier for you and the learning path might be faster, however is not required. 

You can start with free official startup courses in openSAP like these:

Introduction to SAP Fiori UX

Build Your Own SAP Fiori App in the Cloud

You can also browse SCN Fiori community and read already existing discussions or ask help from experts:

SAP Fiori

SAPUI5 Developer Center

Hope you find this response correct.  Feel free to ask any further.

Regards.

Dairo

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Thank you sir

Actually I started ABAP programming basics but I don't know about hana and sap fiori so which one is good in present.sir one more doubt I have 16 months experience if I choose sap now how companies treat me as a fresher or experience candidate? It will show any effect changing the domain after one year of experience

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Hi ,

Please consider one thing that if you will choose a new technology any one will consider you as a New

.So, it will reflect on your perks wha you are getting today and also in terms of experiences you will be 16 months late.

If you are able to handle this bucks then its not a big deal. Anyone can simulate towards another technology anytime. When it comes to SAP FIORI or HANA both have good future, but please choose wisely that module in which you found yourself more friendly not according to future.