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Hello everyone,
I'm doing MBA in marketing and finance. i wanted to know if SAP training and knowledge alone will be enough for me to get a job as a SAP consultant. because SAP certification is costing 2 lakhs nearly. kindly let know on how to go ahead with my SAP carrier.

From India, Chennai
Best thing, try to get the job where SAP is implementing, you will get the required training there. Sanjay
From India, Chandigarh
will they hire me without sap certification? or do i have to be certified with sap fr a job as consultant
From India, Chennai
Only certification will not help u in getting good job. Most of the consulting companies need good experience supported by certificate. Regards,
From India, Chandigarh
- If you go for training with certification test - will cost around 4 Lac.
- Only certificate test charges - 30 K
- Originally the certification can be issued by Siemens only
Don't have idea about chennai.
Regards

From India, Chandigarh
Hi richard,
This is Venkatraman,
It will cost 4 Lac with Siemens, NIIT, and other certified institutes.SAP certification cost around 75000. Where ever you do SAP, certificate issued only by SAP Germany.My suggestion is try to do SAP in small institute and get proper training, advantage is you can do all sought of working there with small institutes without any time constrain ,wherein Siemens or NIIT other SAP partners course duration is 30 days only,and am not able to understand how people understand that whole application and working with in 30 days.
you can have pirated version for the cost of 1100 , even I have installed SAP ECC 6.0. After adequate training and understanding SAP , Cognizant Technology Solutions hiring people with working knowledge in SAP. You can have certification after two or three years after successful implementation,then you can move into big organization.
regards,
Venkatraman Ramakrishnan

From India, Madras
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