Become a Certified SAP Consultant
SAP or Systems Applications and Products falls under the field of Data Processing. It is essentially a standards based software alternative to other custom built Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software.
Developed in the 1970’s by a small group of IBM engineers, SAP has since become the principal ERP software. SAP involves the development of ERP products which are utilised by companies in order to manage the enterprises’ resources. It deals with operations such as day to day planning, logistics, reporting, finances and HR.
Why train in SAP?
SAP’s popularity with the biggest and best companies around the globe means that demand for IT professionals who are skilled in SAP products is huge. Approximately 70% of the Fortune 100 companies and over 50% of the Fortune 500 companies use SAP as their preferred Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software.
This huge uptake of SAP software, combined with the sheer diversity of SAP products and uses has forced companies to notice the distinct divide between the technical and functional areas of expertise required to manage ERP systems. For SAP professionals this again points to more SAP jobs and a greater opportunity to specialize.
What jobs can I get after SAP training?
As SAP is such a wide area, the number of jobs available and the diversity of the skills needed to be successful in them is huge. Many people start out as Junior SAP Consultants before specialising in areas such as SAP ABAP, SAP Basis, SAP FICO or SAP SD etc.