SAP is working hard to make the supply chain components quicker to implement with a higher return on investment....
So you might be able to add to that core Logistics exposure by implementing more cutting edge projects such as RFID, or perhaps even working with some related xApps. So get your grounding in the functional core, and then look for opportunities to dig further into SCM. Finally, remember that the best SCM consultants of the future will have some degree of industry specialization and will also have deep overall knowledge of "best business practices" in that area. Another way of looking at it is to say that it's just as important to become an SCM business process expert as it is to learn how to configure SCM products.
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