SAP System Analyst - How to become a SAP System Analyst?

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SAP is the abbreviation of Systems Applications and Products. The same is business-based software that runs on the platform of Net Weaver. SAP usually finds application with data systems and business functions that are employed by diverse corporate across the world. SAP system analyst is responsible for the installation of software according to the requirements of the organization and in the maintenance of the same. They also offer necessary training to the employees of the organization to use the SAP software. As the software is employed in most of the business firms, system analyst are highly demanded now days to manage such software. These professionals are offered with lucrative salaries as they gain experience and expertise in operating the same.

Qualifying Exam

The candidates who have completed bachelor degree from any of the reputed institutions are eligible to apply for the post of SAP system analyst. The qualifying degree must be completed in any of the streams of Computer Science, Industrial Engineering, or Business management. The candidate should also posses the application knowledge in the usage of SAP software.

Who are eligible to apply?

Those who have completed graduation in the above mentioned fields are eligible for apply for the job. In order to pursue graduation in Computer Science, or Industrial Engineering the candidate should have completed HSC with Science as the main subject. Pass in XII class in any stream is enough to undergo graduation in business management

Candidates with desired qualification and proficiency in SAP software can get in to the post of SAP system analyst in any of the reputed IT firms.

Key elements in the process

Pursue graduation in any of the areas of Computer Science, Industrial Engineering, or Business management.

Obtain adequate skills in SAP software

Search and apply for the post of SAP system analyst in any of the reputed firms offering the same.

Skills required for SAP System Analyst

Adequate technical skills and application knowledge in SAP software is prerequisite for the post of SAP System Analyst. They should possess the ability to act as a mediator between IT developers and business management. Good personal skills and presentation skills are preferred for those who engage in this type of business.

 
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    Jerry:

    I am a Graduate Mechanical engineer(2009 passout)/SAP end user from Kerala with 3 years experience at Apollo Tires Limited looking for a Career in SAP. Currently I am in search of Dual MBA finance +SAP offering colleges to pursue my Regular MBA. I have some questions regarding my career.
    1). If SAP training offered along with College would that be SAP fico module/SAP PM. Would I get the same certification I am getting from an authorized institute. Would that be enough for getting me a SAP career. If not what course would they be offering. I am still confused with the best Dual MBA finance+SAP offering college. Mainly SAP course. So I should select the best college offering good SAP training.But if that course is not good then I can look for dual MBA programs alone and get a certification in SAP from any good institutes.

    2). Since I would do my MBA in finance should I opt for a Career change to SAP fico module? would that be better for my profile? Actually I wished to stay in Manufacturing side. Would I get the same satisfaction with SAP fico jobs as I am getting now. Yeah I am just a SAP end user. May be the SAP PM working environment would be different. I don’t know. But people made me afraid by saying that SAP fico jobs are highly stressed and you won’t be able to handle the high pressure. Is it so?. Confusions came especially because I am not from a finance back ground. What would you say ? Should I take training in SAP PM/MM or a career change to SAP fico modules? Which would be better for my profile? Can you give a clear cut image regarding all my doubts.
    3). Does any other value added courses needed for a SAP career(Mention both SAP manufacturing or SAP Fico if any). If so mention those.

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    Aditjosh:

    Hello,

    I did my B.com before 2 years, I’m interested in SAP (ABAP) Can I proceed with this stream? As I’m interested in Technical side. If so what is the procedure to follow, I would like for a best suggestion from experts.

    Can you please guide me.

    Thank you.