- Paperback: 132 pages
- Publisher: Equity Press (2 January 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1933804041
- ISBN-13: 978-1933804040
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.8 x 21.6 cm
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,95,699 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
SAP SD Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations Paperback – Import, 2 Jan 2006
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Second, the SAP market is evolving. It is evolving in ways that demand SAP people understand more about the product we are working with - It's not uncommon to see requests for an "MM and SD" functional consultant these days. Also, in my consulting practice, I am focusing on SRM - but each day I am called upon to talk about MM, PP, PS, and other areas in SAP. I think that clients are less and less willing to hear, "Well that's a FICO issue - or that's an MM issue."
Finally, I use these books myself. Each time I'm asked a question that stumps me, and this happens all of the time (despite what my clients may think), I turn to my own books as a reference. A couple of weeks ago someone asked me a question about a work order in PM. As an SRM consultant, I had little exposure to work orders. So I grabbed my PM Interview Questions book, looked up work orders in the index, and the EXACT question someone asked me was answered in the PM book. So the SAP Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations series of books help save SAP people time because they show you what is important to learn, and I believe they help greatly in cross training - and so that's what these books are all about. They will save you time, and give you more knowledge about the SAP product. And the only group of people that don't want that to happen are consultants who want to keep their skills a secret!
Total waste of money.