Scenario 4: SRM

Jack-of-all-trades typically don't fare well in the SAP world. Instead, the key to success often lies in specialization. This guide will help identify a suitable niche for you.

Analysis:
Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is a great area of emerging technology, but there don't seem to be a whole lot of positions available to work in it. What gives?

Advice:
It's true. There aren't a whole lot of positions in SRM. For some reason, there aren't even very many EBP positions despite EBP being a longstanding and mature SAP product line. If SRM maps into your skill set and it's the area you want to work in, then it could be worth pursuing—but keep a realistic notion of what the job market looks like.


FINDING YOUR SPECIAL NICHE

 Home: Introduction
 Scenario 1: Basis and NetWeaver
 Scenario 2: ABAP/Java development
 Scenario 3: CRM, PLM and SD
  Scenario 4: SRM
 Scenario 5: Becoming a trainer
 Scenario 6: BW
 Review: Conclusion and more resources
This was last published in December 2005

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