I like your thinking here, and I'll bet if you work at it, you can connect your experience in IT recruitment with SAP, but you'll have to include it in a broader skill set. I don't ever see that area taking off to the point where it can be a full time focus for more than a handful of consultants, but I've been wrong before.
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