The trick there is to find SAP customers who have a need for additional .NET expertise. This kind of information...
is hard to find - but you can start with the job boards and try to find situations that combine SAP and .NET. Remember that you may not be able to work heavily on the SAP side right away. But just getting your feet wet in a .NET setting that runs on SAP would pay off, and as you gain seniority within the project, your ability to move into the SAP aspects of the project will increase. Remember that another way to break into ERP is to find companies in industries where you have previous experience. The more you can offer companies in terms of your previous skills and projects, the more likely you are to get on board.
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