Hi, If I finish SAP Hr any possiblilty to get job in abroad,Please tell anybody. With Regards, Prabhu K

Dear Prabu For sure you can get a job in abroad, unless you have minimum 2 implementation or 2yrs experience. All the best.
From India, Bangalore
hi guys,
SAP means system application product, it is german based erp and very effective. SAP hving different different module like HR,PRODUTION,SALES,CRM, etc etc it can impliment in any industry.
If, any one interested please approach good institute or SAP reconginzed institute only. like dharmesh already mentioined about good recongized institutes.... yes it is costly but it is worth.

From India, Pune
hai guys,
doing sap is some thing you need to do more concentrate on your patience. oppertunities are less for freshers as well as trainers minmum 3yrs of core experience should be there to enter into the sap-hr.
so i hope you people can understand the situation and act accordingly
Siva Kumar Sarma:icon1:

From India, Ahmadabad

Just went through the thread. Providing some basic info in simpler terms. hopefully it will b helpful.

SAP is an integrated software module or package developed by SAP AG (German in origin) that enables organizations to maintain a common HR database in scientific manner. This package helps in efficiently managing wide spectrum of HR functions.
The full form for SAP is System Application Products (in Data Processing).
It includes various modules / tools to take care of various functions in HR
    • Organisation Management
    • Personnel Administration
    • Recruitment
    • Personnel Development
    • Compensation Management
    • Time Management
    • Payroll
    • Some Additional Components
Implications HR Professionals
Most of the HR decisions are Data based foolproof maintenance of the same is inevitable. SAP provides streamlined data that can be accessed from anywhere. Integration of data can be helpful in taking rational decision. It can also save the cost of companies from avoiding duplication of work.

About doing SAP course
Doing it from SISL or Genovate will cost high. Its true that companies prefer certified professionals over others but now trend is changing if you have 3+ years of domain experience and 1 year of SAP experience then even if you are not certified, you are accepted.

Again now SAP HR is changed to SAP HCM (next version), though I personally feels its just a change of name with some additional components and basic requirement remains the same your basic understanding of HR workflows and concepts.

If you have any querry feel free to revert at

Sushil Patil

From India, Mumbai
Hi there,
Even I would like to know about SAP - HR. Since, I am from a retail operations (sales) background, I intrested in switching over to another field, hence some of my friends suggested me about doing SAP - HR.
Can anyone let me know - from where I can apply for a cerified course, also I have heard that its too expensive, hence please let me know about it.

From India, Mumbai
Hi uma Instead of doing SAP HR you can do SAP IS-Retail.. which is an apt for your profile i think... because already you have domain expertise. Think well and decide.. Cheer up. Malini S
From India, Madras
Hi All
I would like to share one thing..
The concept of SAP training is for corporate who are already working on the domain...
i would suggest whoever really wants to take up a career in SAP please do it with certification. So that marketing yourself will be easy.
There are openings for SAP Freshers who are having domain expertise
Thank you
Malini S

From India, Madras
5 months ,1-year exp.nobody counts. these are the training periodes. after complition of 1 year training .then only you can justify your presence anywhere in hr world in perticular functions. if you have understood the things with implimentation.

I too want to know more abt SAP..i have heard that the course has different phases/modules..is that true?
From India, Madras

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