Cleo Isco

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  • Cleo Isco
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    I think that you can go for almost any course. I’d recommend to have some background in finance for studying SAP FI or SAP CO, so perhaps you shouldn’t go for these modules unless you are willing to make an extra effort of learning at least basics of financial accounting. Apart from FI/CO, you are well-suited to choose any other SAP module. For example, you can get started with our free SAP SD course (sales & distribution).

    in reply to: SAP fi co without accounting skills nor experience #13513
    Cleo Isco
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    Hi Rojo,

    Yes, you are right – usually people who go for SAP FI/CO training have some prior knowledge of accounting. I also understand your situation – it must be really painful to realize that you can’t go back and refund your money.

    But from my point of view, your situation is not hopeless. I know many SAP FI consultants that only had a degree in information technology (and no experience in accounting) when started their careers in the SAP field. They had to learn accounting in parallel with learning SAP.

    My suggestion is that you should try to do a similar thing that these people did – start learning basic financial/accounting skills in parallel with learning SAP. I don’t know where you are located but for sure you can find many free accounting courses online. For example, I recommend to try accounting courses at Coursera.

    You don’t need to be an expert in accounting for being and SAP FI/CO consultant. Basic knowledge of financial accounting should be enough to get started. And with more experience with SAP FI/CO, you will also be more knowledgeable about accounting.

    I hope that my answer helps and wish you good luck with FI/CO training and career!

    in reply to: Which SAP course is suitable for me? #13508
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    Hi! For B.Com graduate a good option could be SAP SD (Sales and Distribution) module. You can check various paid and free SAP SD courses here: SAP SD Training.

    in reply to: SAP Course Suitable for MBA Student #13503
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    I’d recommend SAP FI training or SAP SD training for MBA graduates.

    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    Usually, there is no big difference in salary of SAP consultants depending on their specialization (SAP module). So, you can choose any SAP course that is most relevant to your background.

    in reply to: SAP FICO as i do not have btech #13493
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    Hi, I think that for FICO it is nice to have some background in finance and accounting. Do you know accounting? Another option is to consider SAP SD (Sales & Distribution) or SAP CRM (Customer Relationship Management) modules.

    in reply to: Suggest Module for BE- Mech graduate #13487
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    You should definitely for SAP QM module because you already have some end-user experience. It will help you a lot in the starting the career of SAP consultant!

    in reply to: Advise for finding job in SAP career #13484
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    Unfortunately, I don’t know.

    in reply to: sap mm course @ bangalore #13481
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    I recommend you to have look at our directory of SAP training providers in India. It can be found here: https://erproof.com/sap-training/location/india/. The fees will vary depending on training institute but you can get a general idea about the prices by reading this article: SAP training cost.

    in reply to: BPC Certification #13478
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    It depends on where you are located. If you are not in Asia-Pacific region, then there is no requirements.

    in reply to: Advise for finding job in SAP career #13443
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    There is no such as thing as “the best SAP module”. There is a demand for each module. Some modules are more popular (e.g., FI or MM) but the competition for these modules is also stronger because there are more consultants for these modules. So, everything is balanced.

    in reply to: Advise for finding job in SAP career #13439
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    It is difficult to recommend you SAP module because you wrote that you have experience with everything (purchasing, finance, bi, etc.). In SAP, it is not possible to know all the modules at the same time.

    If you know everything, they you should choose SAP module that you find interesting. It is really important that you are interested in your work as it will help you to perform better.

    in reply to: Help in selecting the best SAP module #13432
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    Yes, you can learn FI module for S4HANA. The topics are going to be mainly the same as for SAP ERP but with few simplifications and changes introduced in S4HANA.

    in reply to: Help in selecting the best SAP module #13410
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    The best SAP modules for your background are FI (Financial Accounting) and CO (Management Accounting).

    in reply to: where are sap courses done #13405
    Cleo Isco
    Keymaster

    Currently, we don’t have SAP MM video course. Only the course mentioned in the answer above. You are welcome to join the free MM course and use the access to SAP ERP system that came together with your SAP SD course for doing practical exercises.

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