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Hi Mrs Naidoo,
You can check the information about SAP training companies located in South Africa here: SAP Training in South Africa. The general information about the cost of SAP training can be found here: SAP Training Cost. But you need to contact the training companies yourself for the information about their exact fees.
I suggest that she chooses training for the module that she likes the most. For example, if she likes accounting/finance, then she should go for SAP FI training. If she is interested in sales and customer service, then she should go for SAP SD training. If she is interested in procurement, then SAP MM training is the best choice for her.
I hope it helps and let me know if you have further questions.
Okay, I see. For which business processes did you perform UAT? Based on the information that you provided, it seems like you can go for any SAP module. You don’t have financial background, so maybe you shouldn’t try SAP FI or SAP CO. Perhaps, you can consider SAP MM module (purchasing)?
I think that you first need to understand in which SAP module you would like to be specialized. Then, it will be easier to decide about the most suitable course. Can you please provide more information about your background and professional interests?March 17, 2017 at 1:30 am in reply to: How to get a beginner job after completing SAP FICO module? #13386
I am not sure if we can help you with finding a placement but can you please send your CV to contact [at] sap-certification.info?
It is better if you answer all the questions in the exam. This way you will increase your chances for success. There is no negative marking, so if you give a wrong answer to a question, you will not be penalized for it.
You need to answer correctly around 60-70% of the questions in order to pass the certification in SAP MM.
Good luck at your certification!
SAP ERP has a very distinctive look and feel ? There is no other software applications that are quite similar. If you are a self-learner, I’d recommend you to try online SAP courses. They will help you to get some knowledge of SAP. We even have some free courses here: SAP Training.
I hope it helps!March 17, 2017 at 1:15 am in reply to: INCLASS OR ONLINE TRAINING IS GOOD? WHICH CENTRE OFFERS INCLASS TRAINING AND PLACEMENTS IN UNITED STATES? #13369
If you have money for classroom-based training, then go for it because it the best when you can directly speak with an instructor. The problem is that classroom training is usually quite expensive and many people prefer to save money by opting for online SAP training. Also, if you buy online training, it can be taught from any location (non necessary Texas).
You can check the available training providers in US here: SAP Training in USA. If you’re in doubt which one to choose, I think that ExitCertified is a good one.
I hope it helps!
If you go to USA, then it is better to pass SAP certification there rather than in Asia (India and other countries) because SAP doesn’t require people to take expensive official training to be eligible to sit the certification in the US.
If you have background in business analytics, think about BI, BW and BPC modules of SAP.
I hope it helps!March 17, 2017 at 1:07 am in reply to: Will AR experience in MNC count in finding SAP job? #13357
Yes, domain experience with Accounts Receivables (AR) is beneficial for SAP FI consultants.
Hi! This post includes sample SAP SD resume in MS Word format: https://erproof.com/sap-sd-sample-resume/. Have you seen it?
If you want to work as an end user, you don’t need to have very deep knowledge of SAP. I think that your domain experience (in logistics, customer service, or warehouse management) has higher priority than knowledge of SAP software. So, I wouldn’t recommend to put a strong emphasis on the SAP knowledge.March 16, 2017 at 7:20 pm in reply to: Career prospects of a finance professional in SAP FI/CO #13335
I must admit that you have an excellent background for SAP FI/CO. I think that if you decide to become a functional SAP FI/CO consultant after passing a certification, you will probably need to start with some entry level position (because you don’t have relevant SAP consulting experience).
I am not sure if this is the best way for you. Maybe you should not go in the direction of becoming SAP consultant and passing SAP certification. My suggestion is that you should explore the career possibilities of SAP Super Key User – an expert of SAP from the business side. Usually, these professionals also perform some regular business functions (besides SAP) and you have good accounting experience to perform them.
I hope it helps!
I think that SAP SD could be a good fit for your background. I cannot say anything about the SD course that you mentioned. We also have a free SAP SD course (it is under development).
Why do you want to work as a consultant if you already had experience of working as a project manager? I believe that it makes more sense to continue in the direction of managing projects (more senior role) rather than in the direction of working as a consultant/analyst (more junior role).
SAP certification is beneficial but it is by no means necessary for getting a job.
Can you please complete this form if you would like to apply for remote jobs with us?March 16, 2017 at 7:01 pm in reply to: What SAP projects could i do as a Supply Chain Management graduate? #13328
You are welcome! Let me know if you have further questions.March 16, 2017 at 6:59 pm in reply to: What SAP projects could i do as a Supply Chain Management graduate? #13326