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March 22, 2017 at 4:56 pm #13539VivianMember
I am interested to take SAP FI course to be certified SAP FI, I have master degree in professional accounting with working experience in costing analysis , should I just go for SAP FI course and take exam or I have to attend SAP professional diploma? What’s difference and which one should I choose ?
is there any FICO bundle course or I need to take FI first?
Hope to hearing from you soon.
thanks and regatds
VivianMarch 22, 2017 at 4:57 pm #13541
The answer about going to any FI course vs FI course from an authorized SAP institute depends on whether you would like to get certified after the course and in which country you live. If you clarify these two questions, I will be able to offer advice.
Yes, there are bundle FI+CO courses but they will be very extensive (a lot of content to be covered). You don’t have to learn both FI and CO. You can start with just one of these modules. Also, you can start learning CO first (before learning FI).
I hope it helps!April 19, 2017 at 1:48 pm #14236kasun_gmgParticipant
I’m planning to take on SAP FI Associate certification from SAP. I have 2 questions:
1.Is it adequate to follow your free tutorials ( FI Training tutorials) to sit for the associate exam?
2.In other words,do your free FI tutorials cover entire syllabus of FI Associate certification?
KasunApril 19, 2017 at 2:21 pm #14237
1. No because the free course is not complete yet. It will take several more months before we add all the topics.
2. Not yet.
3. You might be interested in our premium video SAP FI course that is already complete and covers all the topics important for the certification.May 31, 2017 at 7:37 am #15292PT-SAPNoobParticipant
I’m an accountant with no experience with SAP and would like to advance my career in mid or large size companies, who often require knowledge of SAP.
After doing my research, it seems that I should focus on SAP FI and/or CO modules.
1. Do you think the free training material is sufficient?
2. Should I take FI before CO or the other way around?
3. Is there any other advice regarding SAP training?
Thank you.June 5, 2017 at 7:58 pm #15424
1. It depends on how easily you learn new things. If you are a quick learner and can grasp new concepts and knowledge almost immediately, then a free course is sufficient. However, I’d still recommend some practice in a real SAP ERP system.
2. Usually people start with FI.
3. You need to set clear goals and understand what you would like to achieve with SAP training. Next, make a realistic plan and start execution according to this plan. It is very important to have a plan and goals because otherwise you will get lost without a possibility to measure your progress.June 9, 2017 at 10:57 am #15584praveen_b03Participant
I am interested to take SAP FI course. I don’t have any accounting education background but i work as an SAP end user handling AR receivable, Invoice reconciliation and also work on Ariba supplier as end user. Please suggest.
June 14, 2017 at 2:06 am #15750
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Hi Praveen, can you please clarify what is your question exactly?June 14, 2017 at 4:02 pm #15796MHD AliParticipant
I am interested to take an online SAP FI course to be certified SAP FI, I have bachelor degree in finance with working experience in Account receivable. Which institute do you advise to register in with good price for training.June 19, 2017 at 1:45 pm #15914