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Ramila17
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Hi HR friends, here 'm posting one article of SAP - An Overview for the beginners... It is useful for those are new to SAP. thanks And regards Ramila :)
From India, Bombay
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Ramila17
Hr Professional
Chetna.kukreja
Hr Executive
Amith R Murthy
Hr Executive
Deepak. M
Executive - Hr/admin
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chetna.kukreja
Hi Ramila, If I’m not wrong, People soft and Oracle are also ERP’s like SAP. Kindly advise if they are comparable and work on the same lines??? Regards, Chetna
From India, New Delhi
Amith R Murthy
16

Hi Ramila, I have little new to SAP, kindly advice i can become better HR Profs’nl by learning SAP. Regards Amith R.
From India, Bangalore
Ramila17
9

Dear Chetna,

SAP, BAAN, JD Edwards, Oracle Financials, Siebel, PeopleSoft. among all the ERPís most of the companies implemented or trying to implement SAP because of number of advantages Over other ERP packages.

thauy are comparable and can be worked under the same line , in detail the type of DBS and the O/S you are using..

people soft:

The company's suite of products is based on pure Net architecture, allowing every user to conduct business in real-time.Because of this Internet base, PeopleSoft applications are installed only on the server side, with no code residing on individual PCs or laptops. Therefore, installations and updates can be completed much faster than with competing products

oracle:[u]

The company's suite is designed so that all corporate data resides in a single place.The Oracle suite is also designed to be highly modular while still operating off of a set of core processes.

[u]DIFFERENCE[u]

Each company does have traditional areas of strength. SAP performs well in manufacturing, while PeopleSoft targets the service industries, and Oracle is better known for financial services and consumer products

regards

ramila

From India, Bombay
deepak. M
5

Hi Ramila,
I want to do SAP - HR but want to update myself before getting deep into it. Much more, want to know is there any Book in Particular which can guide a beginner in the understanding and use of SAP- HR, yes one which is available in the Stores.
Plz guide..
:?:
Regards
Deepak. M

From India, Mumbai
Rojarani9
Hi Ramila,
I had done SAP-HR and looking for an opportunity to work on. Can you guide me, if any of the companies are willing to hire freshers in SAP, so that i can contact them.
Hope to have you guidance on this.

From United States, Westborough
omerafi
Hi! Ramila,
Thanks for the information about ERP's, I would like to ask you that I am a MBA marketing professional and presently working as ASM in a manufacturing company, and would like to learn SAP SD module, do you advise me anything about this subject.
Thanks & Regards,
omer

From Saudi Arabia, Ar Rakah
arti.m
Hello mam, i am graduated in Arts and i want to pursue sap course in HR Module, kindly tell me the best institute in delhi? Regards, Arti.
From India, Noida
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