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sap fico advice

Former Member
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Hi

I am new this forum. I need your help guys. I want to learn sap fico. Igraduated last may with an mba in business administration.  I want to know where can l find ECC 6 or a simulator to practice sap fico. I also need advice from you guys. thank you

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Reagan
Advisor
Advisor
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The quick answer to your question is authorized training.

Training and Certification Shop

Regards

RB

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Need to have some functional experience in accounts/finance. Then take training, spend more time in practising.

SNM

Former Member
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S NM wrote:

Need to have some functional experience in accounts/finance. Then take training, spend more time in practising.

SNM

Then first take some experience and then go to training institute.

Former Member
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I need the software or a simulator to practice

Former Member
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Search for "ides sap logon", hope you will find something helpful.

Former Member
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Being a fellow MBA graduate myself, the first question is "did you achieve an MBA with a major in Finance?" or just a General MBA?  If you did not take in-depth Finance classes that would be where you would want to start.  I did a general MBA and I know for a fact we only touched the tip of the iceberg when it came to the topic of finance.   You have to crawl before you can walk.

former_member183294
Active Participant
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Hi

As you mentioned MBA completed in Finance - It added value in SAP FI . 1st if you work in Manufacturing industries in Accounts and Finance dept its helpful to understand function of Organisation...then after you learn SAP FI module... 

Its able to understand easily..

With regards,

Ganesh

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I have an MBA in business adminstration I am willing to learn sap by myself right now I bought a book but my problem is to find the software  to practice

Former Member
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Hi There,

I think getting FICO information from the web isn't a problem. You just have to search for TFIN50 and TFIN52 materials.

As for getting the system to learn, you might want to consider this URL http://www.consolut.com/en/s/sap-ides-access.html

Thanks

Leonard

Former Member
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nd b , is everything cleared ?? if yes, Please be kind to close this thread.

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Please do not pressurize the OP to close the thread either directly or subtly. I see you do that quite often.

pk

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Hello kishan,

I am not pressurizing anyone, i just asked gently.. Because yesterday OP liked one comment of mine  but he didn't posted anything means he is having some problem or need some suggestion like that , so i thought he got everything, was looking for, then i asked "everything is cleared.. ...

Regards,

ChanS

ps: If you still think, i pressurized OP, please remove my comment and later on i won't ask anyone to close the thread.

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Members,

It seems that some are interested in "administrative" activities - commenting things e.g. close the thread, read the forum rules etc.

Why?

Let OPs decide if they want to close or not, etc....

Are you adding any value by requesting to close threads?

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I can show another thread where you have literally hounded the OP to close the thread.

But since you already know which one Im talking about, I'll let it be.

The reason why Im asking you not to pressurize the OP is that, it's just another way of asking for points. Back in the un-moderated days, almost every post of every member ended with a

"Rewards Pls" or "Give me points" or "Mark as helpful" or "reward useful answers". Then there were some who mentioned "Please close the thread to support the UN Food Program" - yes, Im not kidding, you can search for it!

When the era of strict moderation began, the posters started changing their signatures saying "Closing a thread is part of the Rules, so please close the thread" or "Closing the thread shows which answers were helpful and helps those who search for related info". And there were the subtle ones like yours which provided links of blogs which told "Why closing threads is useful". So yeah you are recycling an outdated trick

When a member signs up in SCN, he/she agrees to the Terms and Conditions of the forums, vis-a-vis the Rules of Engagement of the forum. It implies that the user has agreed to "Close all the threads he opens by marking the useful answers". So there is no reason why you have to remind him. The moderators after a certain point of time can mark the thread as "Assumed Answered" if he so deems fit. We are sorely missing the 10-open question limit here.

We moderators have constantly cut down hard on such posts. But with mentalities of members changing, I think it's better to communicate to them as to why their posts are not very welcome. Which is why Im reaching out to you directly instead of unassigning the points you earned in such fashion.

I hope you will take note of this and be a responsible of this community.

Thanks,

pk

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Sure, i will take care of all the advice. But truly saying my concern was not to get the points by saying close the thread, and i won't feel bad too if you will reduce my all point of Career space too, as i did some thing not suggested/acceptable by Mods so i am ready to pay for that.

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If I wanted to unassign your points, I would have done that without a second thought.

But since I felt your intentions were true, I did not do that. I only wanted to highlight this because it would set a precedent for a lot of other members who's only intention is to earn points by any means!

pk

kesavadas_thekkillath
Active Contributor
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Hello,

Recently in one of the social networks, there was a open link provided for all to practice sap by a third party company. You need an internet connection though.

Its really good, I registered myself earlier. Hope it helps you. Since its a open link and there is no copyright issues publishing it , I dont see any problems sharing it here.

May be my friend

can decide about it 🙂

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