After that I went into SAP project management in private sector for a year. The last version I have worked on is...
4.5C. I became an end user for the next two and a half years. My technical skills are now a little rusty. All I have left now is my knowledge in business process and implementation project and a 10+ years of financial background.
How can I get back to SAP -- as a business analyst in a company or as a functional consultant or configurator? I have tried to get into companies that are in maintenance mode as a business analyst, hoping to get a chance to pick up my hands on experience. I failed in two of the interviews when it came to a tech check. What can I do to climb over this hurdle? I need to be ready for a tech check again soon. I'm desperate for some advise.
If money is too tight for SAP training, you might be able to beef up your FI/CO knowledge simply by reading some SAP financials books. There are a few good ones last time I checked on Amazon.com.
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