How to become SAP Functional Consultant

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How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by azeezsr » Sun May 15, 2011 7:11 pm

Can anyone please advise to how to become SAP Functional Consultant. What courses I need to do? I am business developer in an embedded hardware design house. Education: Masters in Information Systems Management.

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Count » Sun May 15, 2011 11:42 pm

why sap? :roll: :shock:
I am sure you can put your current experience to induce AI into lawnmowers and we have enough experts here who can give you some good pointers in that direction... :roll:
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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Sharpshooter » Mon May 16, 2011 12:46 am

We need to artificially inseminate lawnmowers?
Good luck!

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Jim B » Mon May 16, 2011 3:37 am

Why not? It makes as much sense as the project management on my current project. I shall suggest it as a necessary scope change.

Keeping on topic, are you sure you want to be a functional consultant? It seems much easier on the soul to do ABAP, where the client's lunacies are viewed at second hand, rather than up close and personal - which is the lot of a functional consultant.

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by bill_sd » Tue May 17, 2011 1:11 pm

If you can down 10-12 beers on a work night, and still function at work the next morning, you may have the beginnings of a Functional Consultant

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Craig » Tue May 17, 2011 2:33 pm

bill_sd wrote:If you can down 10-12 beers on a work night, and still function at work the next morning, you may have the beginnings of a Functional Consultant
12 or 16 oz? Or are we talking pitchers?

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Seany » Tue May 17, 2011 2:34 pm

Wrong Forum. This is for dysfunctional consultants only.
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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by ese_pinche_ABAP » Thu May 19, 2011 12:02 pm

Wrong Forum. This is for dysfunctional consultants only.
From an ABAPer's point of view, that's the only kind! :roll: :P

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Count » Thu May 19, 2011 9:09 pm

Craig wrote:
bill_sd wrote:If you can down 10-12 beers on a work night, and still function at work the next morning, you may have the beginnings of a Functional Consultant
12 or 16 oz? Or are we talking pitchers?

Craig
if you mean 10-12 pints of guinness, am definitely a beginner :mrgreen:
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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Craig » Fri May 20, 2011 9:26 am

Count wrote: if you mean 10-12 pints of guinness, am definitely a beginner :mrgreen:

Hmm... Maybe you are.... I do seem to remember a cheesesteak that was unfinished and went home in a doggie bag!! :P I was going to offer to finish yours but knew you'd enjoy it later!

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by The Prince Of Darkness » Fri May 20, 2011 9:38 am

How can someone leave half a cheesesteak?

I cannot comprehend this
Former SAP PM, looking to move in Lawn Mower business

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Craig » Fri May 20, 2011 2:44 pm

The Prince Of Darkness wrote:How can someone leave half a cheesesteak?

I cannot comprehend this

Damm, it wasn't t the Count. It was the Prince. My mistake Count. I wasn't thinking clearly this morning!

Sorry Pod.. But I believe it was you.

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by rangachary » Sat May 21, 2011 8:40 am

Craig wrote:
The Prince Of Darkness wrote:How can someone leave half a cheesesteak?

I cannot comprehend this

Damm, it wasn't t the Count. It was the Prince. My mistake Count. I wasn't thinking clearly this morning!

Sorry Pod.. But I believe it was you.

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Re: How to become SAP Functional Consultant

Post by Count » Tue May 24, 2011 11:33 pm

I guess I have an obligation to respond given the above string of comments:
1. apologies accepted mate, I do however with to point it out that I am an injun, the dot-variety, and though I am a practising poly-atheist (I dont believe in a lot of gods), I still suffer from the holy-cow-syndrome. So if a cheese-steak is a pig-steak,.. you may be on to something..
2. yes I am an anachronism,...
3. da*n am happy today, got my first bloody contract :mrgreen: beers anyone in sydney? :mrgreen:

cheers
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