"I'm glad you asked this question, because I get a lot of questions from readers about certification, and they often seem to think that once they invest in certification, they will easily get a job in SAP and be off and running. I hope they read your question carefully and realize that even for folks like yourself -- who have relevant industry experience, including an MBA, and a well-thought approach to breaking into SAP -- that it's not always easy to get that all-important 'first break'..."
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"One thing I don't know from your e-mail is just how deep your SAP skills are. It sounds like you have some hands-on experience, not just an MM certification, but I can't be sure based on your description. It seems like you may simply be an SAP user, however, and not an "implementor," and that may be your problem. You may need to go back to your company and try to obtain more bona-fide configuration skills on your current project to beef up your certification."
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