I don't make any career-long guarantees, but I do like the sound of the archiving skills. Document management is a nice tool in your skills toolkit, but it's not mission-critical enough to compare with the kinds of rates and opportunities you would be able to get as a data archiving specialist. We publish a lot of data archiving white papers at SAPtips, and I am always amazed by the richness of the data archiving area and what a valuable cost-saving tool it can be for mature SAP implementations. I think you should definitely pursue that direction and see where it leads you.
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