I have a degree in computer science and have worked in areas of organization-wide knowledge management. I've used Web portals to support document management (no specific tools as such). Currently, I am involved in application support and working on asp,pl/SQL, Oracle, etc. I would like to make a career shift to SAP, but I don't know how and where I could move in.
Honestly the more I tried to get an overview on SAP, the more confused I end up. I'd appreciate your advice on this.
If your current employer is not running on SAP, and if you're serious about SAP, you'll need to find a similar position for a company using SAP technology. Once you achieve this, you can work your way into SAP-specific roles over time.
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