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regarding career opportuinity through sap

Former Member
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dear sir/madam,

                      i have completed my mba finance with 75% aggregate and i have done my bachelors in bcom(computers) and i started my career as business development executive in a bank and after a year in 2012 i started working as a branch sales manager in karvy financial services limited and i am in a intention to join SAP course so can u please guide me which module suits me the best and what will be the best for career opportunity please.i am attaching my resume please find it give me your valuable decision

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former_member183424
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Welcome to SAP.

For module choose, You can choose a module as per your interest.

Each module has a different purpose for business process.

I suggest some modules, you can go with them.

MM, FI, SD.

Its totally depend on your interest.

If you are interest about business procurement, then go for MM module.

If you are interested about financial matter, then you can go for FI module.

If you are interested about Sales matter, then you can go for SD module.

Honestly saying All modules are running very well in SAP.

You can choose one of them as your base module, then you can learn little bit about other modules also.

There are a lots of modules in sap

  1. SAP FI Module- FI stands for Financial Accounting
  2. SAP CO Module- CO stands for Controlling
  3. SAP PS Module – and PS is Project Systems
  4. SAP HR Module – HR stands for Human Resources
  5. SAP PM Module – where Plant Maintenance is the PM
  6. SAP MM Module – MM is Materials Management -
  7. SAP QM Module -  QM stands for Quality Management
  8. SAP PP Module – PP  is Production Planning
  9. SAP SD Module – SD is Sales and Distribution
  10. SAP BW Module – where BW stands for Business (Data) Warehouse
  11. SAP  EC Module – where EC stands for Enterprise Controlling
  12. SAP TR Module – where TR stands for Treasury
  13. SAP    IM Module – where IM stands for Investment Management
  14. SAP   QM Module – where QM stands for Quality Management
  15. SAP – IS where IS stands for Industries specific solution
  16. SAP – Basis
  17. SAP – ABAP
  18. SAP – Cross Application Components
  19. SAP – CRM where CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management
  20. SAP – SCM where SCM stands for Supply Chain Management
  21. SAP – PLM where PLM stands for Product Life Cycle Management
  22. SAP – SRM where SRM stands for Supplier Relationship Management
  23. SAP – CS where CS stands for Customer Service
  24. SAP – SEM where SEM stands for STRATEGIC ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT
  25. SAP – RE where RE stands for Real Estate

Former Member
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You can pick any of MM and SD. There are no. of module available in SAP.. Here you can get small description of those.

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sir,

    basically i am bcom graduate and one my masters MBA FINANCE really i am in a dilemma in choosing what course to join whether in the field of finance or marketing and where to join in hyderabad or banglore. I am working as a branch sales manager n karvy financial services from 2 years so please guide me in this regard.

                    really i am in a situation where i cannot take a proper decision what module to opt so please help me in this and guide me in this regard.

where i can be placed in a position through this module

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FI or SD..

Both are equally good and related to each other, so pick any one..

Bangalore or Hyderabad..

Same here, both are good.. but people usually prefer Bangalore over Hyd, except Homesickness...

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Hi Srinivas,

As per your education your more opt to SAP FI module. its good option for as your from bcom and fi background. its easy to understand FI concepts and existed 2yrs aslo countable asFI domain exp.

Better to go FI Module.

About training its depend on your present work location. if your working at hyd, then find best sap authorized training institute and learn them. mean while keep practicing on ides version.

Thanks

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can u please suggest me where to join in Bangalore or Hyderabad for me career is important than home sickness many of the people around are saying that doing SAP WITHOUT EXPERIENCE in the relevant field is waste it seems is it true i am interested to join in SD is it ok,are the career opportunities are alright for it who prefers me for employ-ability.

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Try to join any SAP authorized training institute, You can find those on Google,easily... At fresher level getting job in SAP Field is bit difficult but not impossible. Try to join any company, whether its big or small, get some experience and then try for big shots.

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ya its ok but i am asking you to please guide me as i am very new to this na there are several institutes to teach SAP but how to pick the right one as you are having experience in this i am asking you for help bro u suggest me any one of the institutes that which will provide me good training and placement opportunities

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Dear, As per the SCN rule we should not write any institute name, here on SCN.

And one more think, if any institute is saying they will provide a job, once you completed your training from their institute, Ask them to give the same thing in written note, no institute will provide job to anyone, maximum they can arrange some interview invitation letter form companies.  

nitin_jinagal
Active Contributor
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I think FI or SD modules would suit your profile best. You have been a Sales manger in a Finance company, therefore just check the list given by Dev and see the best suiting module.

Business information is equally required for choosing a right SAP module

ntn

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can you please suggest me where to join in this course i mean the best training center where i  can learn all the potential data which will be useful for my career growth pleaseguide me in this regard.

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I'm afraid I cannot help you with the training centers but you should follow what others have suggested you. Look around as per your current location and job profile. DO some Google and you'll find plenty of option. You can then consult few and choose which is best for you.

Other than that, you can consult your existing SAP team (if available) for where to start thing, install IDES on your system, start exploring SCN for the FI scenario and basic documents.

ntn

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Hi,

As already suggested, look for SAP authorized center's like Atos, Edrishyaa, Msource, Genovate.. Etc. but it all depends whether you would like to go for Online or Class room training, the difference is in the course fee.

Try to talk to the people around & select the center.

Thanks

Sukant

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ok sir i am interested to join for classroom training,career opportunity is important than course fee after getting settled we can pay the debt.really i am in great need of job.so should join in the sap authorized training centers 

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Hi,tu

If you are looking for certification but you need to join  SAP authorized center & as Chandra rightly suggested that certificate gives you an edge over non certified but it doesn't guarantee you a job. Think & Act.

Chandra I didn't go through the reply provided by you that we are not supposed to write the name of the center's, will keep in mind in further discussions.

Thanks

Sukant

Former Member
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Hi, It seems to me your profile is suitable for SD module. You can get certified from any authorized institute, further if getting a job after certification is your main concern, then you can opt for institute like NIIT. They do try to get you as many interviews as possible. Then your performance in the interview will be the deciding factor.

former_member182378
Active Contributor
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Members,

Some have suggested SD and MM!

working as a branch sales manager

How can you advise some one who has worked as a branch sales manager, in financial services to go for SD or MM?

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Hi TW, According to me, sales of any product/services will be SD. MBA finance+selling financial products is mainly sales experience. Bcom & CA with work experience in accounting/ bookkeeping/ other finance areas will have required domain knowledge for FI module.

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k sir my main duties are like managing a team of 8 members and then monitoring and guiding them to do their field work its fully marketing head.

  • Managing and monitoring a team of 8 Marketing executives.
  • Maintaining customer relations.
  • Monitoring collections on timely basis and verifying the same to be happened.
  • Maintaining healthy relations with the sales force and motivating them to reach their goals by monitoring them through monthly plans.
  • Meeting HNI customers and explaining them regarding our products.
  • Maintaining good rap out with the customers by which customer retention can be done.
  • Continuous workout on executive performance by guiding them, on daily process basing their output and market conditions.
  • Recruiting Marketing executives and training them as required for our product marketing.
  • Communicating the loan offer and convincing to avail the best offer.
  • Customer document verifications. 
  • Explaining the customer regarding benefits of our insurance products and avail them to the customers.

former_member182378
Active Contributor
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SRINIVAS,

As a branch sales manager in financial service - what activities/ roles did you perform?

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k sir my main duties are like managing a team of 8 members and then monitoring and guiding them to do their field work its fully marketing head.

  • Managing and monitoring a team of 8 Marketing executives.
  • Maintaining customer relations.
  • Monitoring collections on timely basis and verifying the same to be happened.
  • Maintaining healthy relations with the sales force and motivating them to reach their goals by monitoring them through monthly plans.
  • Meeting HNI customers and explaining them regarding our products.
  • Maintaining good rap out with the customers by which customer retention can be done.
  • Continuous workout on executive performance by guiding them, on daily process basing their output and market conditions.
  • Recruiting Marketing executives and training them as required for our product marketing.
  • Communicating the loan offer and convincing to avail the best offer.
  • Customer document verifications. 
  • Explaining the customer regarding benefits of our insurance products and avail them to the customers.

Former Member
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Hi,

You can do which module you like.Now a days sap is toper products..

Thank you

Mahendran

Former Member
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Hi,

You can google about the training institutes. Acc. to my experience I have heard Atos, Delphi, Genovate are centers who can provide the interview calls atleast. No one can guarantee  for the job bcoz it depends how you perform in the interview. But, companies go to SAP authorized education partners for freshers hiring.

Thanks,

Rajwinder