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Help Me Out

 
#1 Help Me Out
01/03/2006 14:26

kkarchan

Hi Everyone,

I just can't understand why SAP is not good career choice.I live in india and Im ready to learn SAP(S/D).But all the top consultant are opting me to go for Networking insted of SAP.Will any one help me to solve this dilemma in my Career.If not plz tell me wht's the best career choice alternative to SAP.Im in field of Sales and wanna shift to software.Plz help.

Any Suggestions...

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#2 Re: Help Me Out
05/03/2006 19:26

gmm

IT and software development is a fickle world. You were probably quite right to focus on SAP when you did, but now the market has shifted and there is more demand for networking specialists. I'm not convinced this is an absolute and universal phenomenon (rather than a local thing) - make sure before you embark on a networking focus that the market isn't going to shift again before you've finished training. Whichever route you go down, I'm guessing you'll be investing a fair amount to transfer from a sales career.

If you find a good company to work for, they will help you learn networking now and then help you train again afterwards for something else (e.g. SAP) if they need those skills at a later date.

Alternatively, if you have your heart set on SAP and software development and you know that you will be very good at it, you could take a gamble to train yourself up and then move around where the opportunities are. Once again, the more flexible you can be with your skills, the better.

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