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Hello I am working for last 7 years as an Onsite Field Engineer and now want to move on to SAP.

Please advise where should I start from?

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RAHEEL_BABAR
Active Contributor
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Hi tumpa_saha,

If you have experience as a field engineer and are looking to transition to a career in SAP, there are several paths you can take to get started.

  1. Determine which area of SAP you want to specialize in. SAP is a vast platform with several modules and specializations. You can start by exploring different modules such as SAP ERP, SAP SCM, SAP CRM, SAP HCM, SAP BI, etc., and identifying the one that aligns with your interests and experience.

  2. Develop a solid understanding of SAP by taking online courses and training programs. There are several SAP training courses available online, including free courses and paid certification programs. You can start with the SAP official website, which offers a range of training resources, including SAP Learning Hub, SAP Developer Center, and SAP Community Network.

  3. Gain hands-on experience by participating in SAP projects. You can start by joining online communities and forums related to your chosen SAP module and participating in discussions and projects. You can also consider volunteering for non-profit organizations that use SAP to manage their operations.

  4. Consider obtaining SAP certifications. SAP certifications can help you stand out in the job market and demonstrate your knowledge and expertise in a specific SAP module. There are several SAP certifications available, including Associate, Professional, and Master levels.

  5. Network with SAP professionals and attend industry events. Attending industry events, such as SAP conferences and seminars, can help you build your network and gain insights into the latest trends and best practices in SAP.

Regards

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moshenaveh
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sanilbhandari
Product and Topic Expert
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Hi

The below learning journey for SAP Field service management might of great help.

https://help.sap.com/learning-journeys/bb2761a19b044e12af3b422a6b2209af

It lists the required courses and certifications relevant for you given your experience

Thanks & Regards

Sanil Bhandari

Sanil Bhandari

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Thanks so much Sanil. Much appreciated for your time.

RAHEEL_BABAR
Active Contributor
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Hi tumpa_saha,

If you have experience as a field engineer and are looking to transition to a career in SAP, there are several paths you can take to get started.

  1. Determine which area of SAP you want to specialize in. SAP is a vast platform with several modules and specializations. You can start by exploring different modules such as SAP ERP, SAP SCM, SAP CRM, SAP HCM, SAP BI, etc., and identifying the one that aligns with your interests and experience.

  2. Develop a solid understanding of SAP by taking online courses and training programs. There are several SAP training courses available online, including free courses and paid certification programs. You can start with the SAP official website, which offers a range of training resources, including SAP Learning Hub, SAP Developer Center, and SAP Community Network.

  3. Gain hands-on experience by participating in SAP projects. You can start by joining online communities and forums related to your chosen SAP module and participating in discussions and projects. You can also consider volunteering for non-profit organizations that use SAP to manage their operations.

  4. Consider obtaining SAP certifications. SAP certifications can help you stand out in the job market and demonstrate your knowledge and expertise in a specific SAP module. There are several SAP certifications available, including Associate, Professional, and Master levels.

  5. Network with SAP professionals and attend industry events. Attending industry events, such as SAP conferences and seminars, can help you build your network and gain insights into the latest trends and best practices in SAP.

Regards

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Thanks so much Raheel . Much appreciated for your time.