So yes, I like BW, and I don't feel it limits you to a narrow focus. At the same time, as an aspiring SAP professional, you should keep your options open and remain flexible to opportunities. The key is to get hands-on project experience -- you can always transition SAP skills from the inside. It's better to go where the openings are than to bang your head against the wall looking only for a particular kind of position.
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