However, there is some good news. Most PS projects are heavily integrated with FI/CO. If I were you, I would try to master the integration points between PS and FI/CO. Over time, as you learn more and more about financials, you can become a bigtime SAP financials consultant. It's good to remember that the most effective career transitions in SAP are gradual; in exchange for using your current skills, companies give you access/training in new areas. So, if you can gradually move from PS to PS-FI to mostly FI/CO, then you will have moved into a higher demand area in SAP. Of course, even within financials, you will need some type of focus, but at least this gives you some idea of the kind of transition other PS consultants have made.
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