"If you can upgrade your own skills along with your project, that's the ideal way to stay on the cutting edge....
I think the demand for folks with your skills will continue, though it's hard to make long term predictions for anyone in this changing market. As long as you evolve with the software, you should be OK. But this means going the extra mile..." Click here to read the rest of the response...
"There's really no way to predict how independent SAP consultants will fare in the next five to ten years. The market is too volatile and the road ahead is clouded by too many global political and economic issues. Having said that, I feel that SAP itself has at least a five year life span from here. If the mySAP platform really takes hold, there's no reason why SAP won't be able to keep its position as the e-business architecture/software of choice for many major corporations and industries..."
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