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Is it easy or difficult to learn SAP for freshers or beginners?

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Is it easy or difficult to learn SAP for freshers or beginners?

Answer 1

Rajan Burad

5 years young in SAP BODS

Is it easy or difficult to learn SAP for freshers or beginners?

Was learning a new subject when you entered your Higher secondary difficult? It was, right? But only for a couple of days and then gradually you started learning and paved your way.

Similar is the case with SAP or any new technology. During the initial phase it’ll be taxing but slowly with the help of mentors and their guidance you’ll get your way.

Firstly I appreciate you for taking decision to budge in this niche technology at such an early stage of your career and with this move you can shift to Analytics which is undoubtedly the future.

Answer 2

Sameer Bonde

SAP ERP Consultant

Decide a module that you want to learn. Probably the one on which you have work/worked in the current/previous job. Search for certification material related to this module via Google. Access IDES system (Google it!) and practice the exercises in the certification material on IDES system. Once you have a complete understanding of that material, which should take anything between 2-6 months depending on the efforts you put in, you can put it in your resume and maybe then scout for fresher level jobs.

Answer 3

Vishal Sarin

Research Scholar at Indian Space Research Organisation (2017-present)

First thing is; that for going to functional module in SAP, the domain experience is required (say for FICO->Finance & controlling, a person should be aware of financial transactions and flow and should be well versed with commerce background)

Secondly, I assume you being a fresher in IT industry but not interested to go for SAP’s technical module – ABAP. In this case you have an option to go for MM (Material Management) which is again a functional module but involves logics and technical knowledge as well; including the logistics flow from factory to customer (generally Mechanical flow of goods from one place to another).

Finally brother, Yes, you are right in context of ABAP that basic of C/ C++ & some object class related things are sufficient enough to learn ABAP. One thing more which we should focus here is that ABAP is not all about programming only, yet it involves database operations, SQL queries, legal industry documents creation (SMARTFORMS, SAP scripts)- in short includes multidisciplinary entities all across the related domain which is surely an interesting fact about ABAP.

Answer 4

Rajdeep Halder

SAP Consultant, takes an avid interest in Supply Chain Management

You may consider one or more of the following options to learn a SAP application or technology:

1. Employer-provided training – The organization you work for trains you in one of the SAP applications or technology. Usually this happens for freshers in IT service providing firms or a consulting companies, or in manufacturing/product companies who train you in SAP to work on SAP systems installed for them.

2. SAP-authorized training center – The upsides of training in a SAP-authorized training partner is the SAP-provided courseware, access to IDES, structured training approach and opportunity for certification and employment, but the downside is the heavy cost involved.

3. Local training center – You must take caution to choose one with a good trainer and courseware. These are quite inexpensive as compared to the authorized training, but there is no chance for certification at the end (most module requires previous working experience if without official training), and there is no official accreditation to your training.

4. Online courses – You can choose between free and paid online courses on platforms such as Udemy There is also the SAP platform of OpenSAP, along with a lot of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) which you can benefit from.

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