The industry sectors I've worked in include utilities, rare materials, engineering, as well as accounting and law...
Firms. I have worked at a law firm for the last four years, and during the second year I was team lead for the CRM aspect of a full SAP implementation. Since then I have been in an internal consultancy role, with marketing planning and campaign management as my key area.
I now want to make my next step. Is a consultancy firm the best route or should I be looking at a client-based role, or can you suggest something better? Being fairly conservative, I don't like to take financial risks and I'd rather not contract my mortgage and my kids' education. Any thoughts?
Obviously, with your concerns about job security, independent consulting is out of the question, but working as an employee for a consulting firm would be a good move for you -- assuming you have enough skills to this point to land such a position. And you certainly might. The only way to find out is to apply and interview with some consulting firms and see if you generate some job offers. Good luck.
Dig Deeper on SAP training and certification strategy
Related Q&A from Jon Reed
I'm currently a Microsoft Trainer and an Desktop Support Technician looking for a new career path. I'm looking at SAP for it's good rates of pay as ... Continue Reading
I have seven years of IT experience and 4 years in SAP Portal (java, WebDynpro, iviews). Now I would like to update my skill set with another SAP ... Continue Reading
I am a certified SAP PP consultant with eight years of functional experience in manufacturing (Steel and Mining) and one year of SAP experience. ... Continue Reading
Have a question for an expert?
Please add a title for your question
Get answers from a TechTarget expert on whatever's puzzling you.