I have been working as a SAP Implementation Specialist for the past 3 years. My job mainly focuses on implementation/user...
assistance on SAP navigation for certain modules (Finance & Logistics - Services). This includes Work Orders, Purchase Requisitions, RFQ, Quotaions, Outline Agreements, Purchase Orders, Entry Sheets etc. I have also prepared user pictorial documentations on several transactions. I have good skills to train end-users. I am not sure which certification course I should pursue to move forward. SAP has a huge amount of certifications. There's no one right choice. And you have a pretty wide range of skills across Logistics and Financials. I would choose the area you are most interested in - but narrow that choice by considering only mySAP components like SEM and APO. The best way to move ahead in SAP is to make sure you get certifications that are based in new product areas. From those choices, you really can't go wrong, as long as they tie into your existing skills also.
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