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SAP Modules

Former Member
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Hi,

I have done MTech and looking for career in SAP. I have basic knowledge on Java programming.

please suggest me suitable modules.

Thanks,

Prem.

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former_member183424
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Module choose is totally depend on you..

As per your coding experience, you can go for technical module ABAP.

If you are interested in functional, then go for MM, FI, SD etc etc

I am sharing the all modules which is available in SAP.

You can select as per your interest.

Every modules has a different business terminal.

  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



I wish you a very very Happy New Year and best of luck for you career.

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former_member183424
Active Contributor
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Module choose is totally depend on you..

As per your coding experience, you can go for technical module ABAP.

If you are interested in functional, then go for MM, FI, SD etc etc

I am sharing the all modules which is available in SAP.

You can select as per your interest.

Every modules has a different business terminal.

  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



I wish you a very very Happy New Year and best of luck for you career.

Former Member
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Hi,

If you are good at understanding business processing then you should opt for functional(FI-CO or HCM will be good).

If you are good at coding then you should go for ABAP, which is much better because you will have an advantage at a time when you want to switch from coding to functional.

Regards

Former Member
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Hello,

Based on basic knowledge of Java there is no module related to that. So Now as

Suggested to you if you want to build your career as a Programmer/Developer means you have interest in coding then try for the ABAP. Else As Mr. already posted a small description of all module so pick any functional module.

narnei
Contributor
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Dear Premsagar Kadarala,,

Welcome to the world of SAP.Based on your interest you can choose any module ( technical / functional ).

Each module has its own importance in real time.

Try to to have the basic idea on all modules.Based on your research choose a right module which suits you better.

It might depends on your Interst also, Like if you are interested more on Programming side then think about Technical module like ABAP.( I think you can learn ABAP easily since you have knowledge on JAVA).

Or if your interest is more on Functional side ( Requires business process knowledge on various industries & configuration skills ) you can think bout function modules like MM / SD / PP   ...etc.

Or If interested you can think about BASIS module also.(SAP Basis Technology Overview).

Also below links will help you to get the authentic information.

Home - Wiki Homepage - SCN Wiki

SAP Best Practices Implementation Approach

www.scn.sap.com

  

Wish you all the best.

Regards,

N.S.Rao

Piyushmatrixs
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Hello,

    As you said that you have knowledge of JAVA coding and If comfortable with coding then You should go with ABAP (Advance Business Application Programming).

If you have got your answer please close this thread.

Thanks

Former Member
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Hi Premsagar,

Good Day!

If you have Basic knowledge about Java, I request you to complete Advance Java. After completing that, if you are interested in SAP PI, you can study in SAP Labs and try for Job. I work in SAP PI module and it is very interesting. SAP PI is the middle ware and definitely I can guarantee you that you will like the module very much. There are many modules are there in SAP. If you want to select any module, you need to think and you will become confused. Before joining any course, I request you to contact SAP Labs training center and check whichever is module is hot in the market which will help you to join soon. Thanks.

Regards,

Hari Suseelan

Former Member
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Hi Premsagar Kadarala,

Maybe the "structure of components for customer incidents" referer to SAP Note 36677 helps.

former_member194739
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