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SAP - SD Fresher Work Profile

Former Member
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HI,

I'm planning to do SAP-SD module in the near future after completion of 3 years exp in the sales and mrkt domain and start my career in SAP .What I want to know is that whether a SAP - SD consultant work is more of field work or is it both field work and office work both??( Some of my colleagues inform that it is more of field work, and I wanted to clear this doubt I had..) Again, Can anyone working as a SAP SD Consultant explain to me the job role or the job responsibilities being assigned??

Thanks n Regards,

Nelson

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Former Member
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Hai

Its not about field work

The SAP sales and distribution is part of the logistics module that support your customers, starting from quotations, sales order and all the way towards billing the customer. It is tightly integrated with the MM and PP functional modules. It allows companies to input their customer sales price, check for open orders and forecast etc.

The most important basic functional features in the sd module are:

- Pricing - Availability Check

- Credit Management - Material Determination

- Output Determination - Text Processing

- Tax Determination - Account Determination

Best Regards

Naveen

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Thanks a lot Naveen...

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Hi Naveen,

i am also agreed to your above reply.

i am also working from 3.5 years on same profile & now i feel, would be better to change.

- Pricing                                           - Availability Check 

- Credit Management                        - Material Determination 

- Output Determination                     - Text Processing 

- Tax Determination                          - Account Determination

with the above profile how can i enhance my cv & make impressive ?

can you please guide on this?

with regards,

Mukund.

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Hi,

I am B.com and in export industry since last 12 yrs. My profile is in merchandising and it includes displaying our products and meeting with buyers in fairs and get orders and after that we co-ordinate with all departments like procurement, production, quality and dispatch to ensure the execution on time.so kindly advice whether I am eligible for SAP and if yes then which module should I go in SAP. Also please clarify that should I directly sit in certified course or should get some idea about SAP through non certified training and get practical training via job.

-- vikram jaryal

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Hi,

Vikram You can go for SAP SD or FI/CO. All modules are in demand & doing good. But it depends upon your interest. You can follow this blog fair idea has been given.

You can start  training with any institute for practice. Later on go for certification with authorize one or go for SAP jobs which will give you practical exposure.

Thanks & Regards,

Supriyo

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Hi,

Thanx for your reply.

Please clarify as I have heard now a days new implementation in mkt is very less coz of slowdown and so on jobs are also less.News in mkt is that SAP SD functional is saturated,pls advice.

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Vikram,

Try to get in touch with Linked in and other professional groups. If possible get a job as power user/core user. from that point you can get as consultant. Market is saturated but not finished. Initially tough to get good package.

After 2 years you can bargain.

Thanks & regards,

Supriyo

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HI,

I am planning to doing a course of SAP - SD. i have an experiences 2.6 Year in IT Product sales (Solution Designer) in corporate Market in pune. So please would you suggest which is the best institution to  doing the course in pune. I was doing some query in pune most of the institution are asking very high fess so i just confuse which one is the better to doing the course.

thanks and regards.

pawan kumar

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pawan,

Please create a new thread (with your own subject line). This way you might get better response.

There are two types of institutes - authorized (high fee) and unauthorized (not high fee). Is your confusion between choosing from these two types?

Make this clear in your new thread.