The best way to make career transitions is to find a way to "leverage" your current skills and show the employer...
who will be "cross-training" you that you have something to offer them right away. So, in terms of your SAP training, BW is as good a place to start as any, but you may want to come up with a skills transition plan that allows you to take more advantage of your current project management skills.
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