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By xttrax ·
Hi all,


> How can a fresh grad develop his skill in SAP implementation and consultantion ?

> IT consultantion still a piece of land worth explore ?

> SAP/PeopleSoft/Oracle : which is better(in term of ROI) for certification.

> Any suggestion for fresh grad. to step into IT consultancy field ? What kind of career development path is better ?

Please Guide.
Sincerely me.

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by surinderx In reply to SAP/PeopleSoft/Oracle Pro ...

Dear

I saw that u r interested in SAP community then following are the ans

1. SAP is based on Oracle so done oracle certification first - ocp or oca first
2. Become the member of SAP community, this will improve ur knowledge and
3. furtheru should must go to the sights like
www.brainbench.com
www.SAP.com
www.skillometer.com
www.brainbench.com
www.akadia.com

this will help u a lot !

Any assistance is welcome

Regards

Surinder

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by James R Linn In reply to SAP/PeopleSoft/Oracle Pro ...

First of all, I am not a big fan of consultants without "real world" experience. I think you need to consider getting at least a couple of years experience on a couple of projects before hanging out your shingle.

A fresh grad can look for companies who are starting up a new project - look in the paper, you can often tell who is struggling to get people. Call headhunters.

As to which has better ROI, the answer is the one you are best suited for. Someone else's experience is not your own.
All are major ERPs, all have their strengths and weaknesses. I would look for some experience and get certified in the one that you have the most experience in.

James

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thanks

by xttrax In reply to Big Field

thanks for the reply and guides

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