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BI or CRM?

 
#1 BI or CRM?
17/07/2007 12:21

Tom Wehrle

Hi,

I have been offered a junior SAP role with the choice of specialising in either BI or CRM.

Which will have the biggest potenital over the next few years in terms of earnings?

TOm

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#2 RE: BI or CRM?
17/07/2007 13:53

Corporate Whore to Tom Wehrle (#1)

Using my limited knowledge, I'd say it would be difficult to predict, especially seeing as they are somewhat related.

CRM - Organisations will always have customers and will seek to offer a unique and/or specialised service.

BI - Customers interacting with an organisation will generate data which can be used to provide the unique and/or specialised service.

Tough call

http://corporatewhore.blog.com

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#3 RE: BI or CRM?
17/07/2007 13:54

TC to Tom Wehrle (#1)

Not much in it earnings wise in my opinion. Quite different roles at junior levels though, worth considering.

There seems to be a good deal of decent rate contract work around in SAP CRM just at the moment however. I don't believe rates are normally as good in BI roles in general. Check it out though - have a search on Jobserve.

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#4 RE: BI or CRM?
17/07/2007 14:17

Ex SAP to TC (#3)

BW without a doubt

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#5 RE: BI or CRM?
18/07/2007 19:17

RaymondKnight to Ex SAP (#4)

BW? :)

Is Business Intelligence gaining high recognition by Industry?

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#6 RE: BI or CRM?
19/07/2007 08:02

Ex SAP to RaymondKnight (#5)

SAP BW (Business Information Warehouse) was largely an SAP reporting solution, but over time has grown to become an open, scaleable Business Intelligence product. So it is BW :)

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#7 RE: BI or CRM?
19/07/2007 08:50

martin to Ex SAP (#6)

Why not base your decision on what you're interested in?

If you hate it, a few quid extra won't make much difference.

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