I would like to know if mySAP CRM certification will be a good way to go. I don't have much programming skills like many here, though I do work with SAS, Minitab and other statistical softwares. I have heard mySAP CRM is quite technical. Do you think I will be able to do fine? And how is the mySAP CRM market looking for the future?
I do hear from mySAP CRM functional consultants that this is a more technical area, in general, than core SAP. But I do know a number of successful mySAP CRM consultants who are not exactly technical gurus. I think there are some opportunities in mySAP CRM for you, and certification may help; but if you read my columns, you know that I don't consider certification any kind of guarantee. It's a good thing to have, but it doesn't relieve you from the challenging task of marketing yourself and finding your first SAP break.
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