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JDE ---> SAP

 
#1 JDE ---> SAP
01/05/2008 21:30

Newcomer

Hello everyone,

At present I'm a JDEdwards finance consultant. I have the ''possibility / opportunity'' to join the SAP skill of our company (an ERP provider). Do you think it's a good idea? Or it needs to learn SAP and I will restart a new career leaving aside the JDE experience???? Thanks for helpful feedbacks!

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#2 RE: JDE ---> SAP
03/05/2008 03:45

anon to Newcomer (#1)

Moving from one p.o.s. platform to another p.o.s. platform, there should be some transferable skills and principles. Of course, you'll need to re-certify with SAP. Whether it's worthwhile depends on your views on the market.

For example, if you believe that with the introduction of Fusion companies will take the opportunity to switch to SAP, then you could position yourself well as someone who understands both sides of the transition. If your company has a strong Fusion team and P.O.V. then you might be better to wangle yourself a position with them.

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