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RE:[sap-career] Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Posted: 06 Oct 2011 08:54 AM PDT

Posted by R. N. Wilhite (Senior Project Manager)
on Oct 6 at 11:51 AM
PS: Rob is extremely reliable. I'd trust him with my life!

Neal

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Phillip Ankerson
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 10:01 AM
Subject: Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Hello all,

I have over 8 years of ABAP/SAP R/3 4.6C with focus on SD, and other programming experience. Our company has been bought by a company that does not use SAP. I tried for several months to land a position leveraging my ABAP experience. What I found was that most jobs posted require BI, BW, EE6 and other acronymns I don't have experience with. I started to realize that I am outdated, because our company did not upgrade to the current SAP versions, not utilized any of the other SAP modules like BI. On more than one occasion I was told that I don't have enough enterprise experience.

The question I keep asking is, how do I get it? How do I learn BI or other modules if I don't get an opportunity? It isn't like you can go to SAP classes at the local JUCO. Any ideas or suggestions ? I have a job now but would like to pursue my SAP career.

Many thanks for all those who contribute.

PA

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RE: [sap-career] Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Posted: 06 Oct 2011 08:44 AM PDT

Posted by robphelan (Lead SAP Specialist)
on Oct 6 at 11:41 AM
I've sent you a PM via Toolbox.com .

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Phillip Ankerson
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 10:01 AM
Subject: Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Hello all,

I have over 8 years of ABAP/SAP R/3 4.6C with focus on SD, and other programming experience. Our company has been bought by a company that does not use SAP. I tried for several months to land a position leveraging my ABAP experience. What I found was that most jobs posted require BI, BW, EE6 and other acronymns I don't have experience with. I started to realize that I am outdated, because our company did not upgrade to the current SAP versions, not utilized any of the other SAP modules like BI. On more than one occasion I was told that I don't have enough enterprise experience.

The question I keep asking is, how do I get it? How do I learn BI or other modules if I don't get an opportunity? It isn't like you can go to SAP classes at the local JUCO. Any ideas or suggestions ? I have a job now but would like to pursue my SAP career.

Many thanks for all those who contribute.

PA

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Re: [sap-career] Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Posted: 06 Oct 2011 08:28 AM PDT

Posted by R. N. Wilhite (Senior Project Manager)
on Oct 6 at 11:24 AM
Could you stand to do consulting for a few years? Consulting gigs rarely
go to companies that aren't current. So, you would hire on with a big
consulting firm for 3-5 years. That should set you back up. I understand
however if you can't do consulting. I can't anymore.

Also, have you placed your name with any head hunters? My last time through
the pipe, it took 4 months to find the next shop, but I stayed with it and
got a good one. I know a number of really good head hunters if you need
some names.

Neal

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Phillip Ankerson
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 10:01 AM
Subject: Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Hello all,

I have over 8 years of ABAP/SAP R/3 4.6C with focus on SD, and other programming experience. Our company has been bought by a company that does not use SAP. I tried for several months to land a position leveraging my ABAP experience. What I found was that most jobs posted require BI, BW, EE6 and other acronymns I don't have experience with. I started to realize that I am outdated, because our company did not upgrade to the current SAP versions, not utilized any of the other SAP modules like BI. On more than one occasion I was told that I don't have enough enterprise experience.

The question I keep asking is, how do I get it? How do I learn BI or other modules if I don't get an opportunity? It isn't like you can go to SAP classes at the local JUCO. Any ideas or suggestions ? I have a job now but would like to pursue my SAP career.

Many thanks for all those who contribute.

PA

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[sap-career] Advice for SAP/ABAP future

Posted: 06 Oct 2011 07:03 AM PDT

Posted by Phillip Ankerson
on Oct 6 at 10:00 AM
Hello all,

I have over 8 years of ABAP/SAP R/3 4.6C with focus on SD, and other programming experience. Our company has been bought by a company that does not use SAP. I tried for several months to land a position leveraging my ABAP experience. What I found was that most jobs posted require BI, BW, EE6 and other acronymns I don't have experience with. I started to realize that I am outdated, because our company did not upgrade to the current SAP versions, not utilized any of the other SAP modules like BI. On more than one occasion I was told that I don't have enough enterprise experience.

The question I keep asking is, how do I get it? How do I learn BI or other modules if I don't get an opportunity? It isn't like you can go to SAP classes at the local JUCO. Any ideas or suggestions ? I have a job now but would like to pursue my SAP career.

Many thanks for all those who contribute.

PA
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