My certification process was one of the most painful you can imagine. A Brazilian consultancy was looking for a BO certified candidate and the position was close to my hometown (my biggest dream is to work close to the family, as you all might know, SAP takes you everywhere and being from a small town I don`t think I`ll ever work close to family again).
So they contacted me, and said that if I got certified the position would be mine, so I did. Spending most of my savings I was able to get certified on the first attempt. And sent them the certification as soon as I got it. That when things started to get interesting, every phone call and email exchanged with them, they would delay my start, and create excuses as per why the project was being delayed. Until the point where they no longer took my calls or replied to emails.
So my question is.
Is there a way to find out if a consultancy has somehow registered me as a employee and is using my certification to benefit from SAP Partnerships?
Any input would be appreciated.
Good to know you.
As soon as you have decided to become a SAP Consultant, you must know that life is always away from home, unless you are working with an end user near your home. Unless you are very fortunate, you would never get a job near your home. You may need to ignore the point of working near your home always as an SAP Consultant.
You have done your job to get it certified, then if they do not select, just ignore. Do not send too many emails / phone calls, your reputation gets severely damaged. SAP world is very small, you have lot of opportunities. If you have confidence on your skills and you believe the world is your home, every opportunity will knock your door.
Please do not worry about S ID known to that Consultancy. They cannot use in anyway. In my opinion, you should now stopping thinking about that Consultancy to save your valuable time. Keep trying somewhere else, I am sure you get a better opportunity on your way.
All the best.