I have been reading your career advice and I usually agree with you. Currently I want to make a change and do something different than what I have been doing for almost a decade -- that is, management consulting in the area of sales and CRM. As for my education background, I earned an MBA from a premier school and performed data analysis, and Sales Force/Area/Product streamlining.
I believe that SAP will continue to do well in coming years, especially with mySAP, so I decided to take the SAP route to enter into the ever-changing and challenging technology market.
My question to you: what module should I start with? Considering my overall background, CRM seems to be the best bet, but since I have couple of life cycle experiences with SD from the implementation-configuration stage, do you think a certification route with SD to CRM is a good idea? Both certifications is not only an expensive bet, but also a time-consuming process. I am going to move to the US in 2006 with certifications.
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