If you are an Undergraduate Student majoring in Business, Finance, Economics, Management or Information Technology, who is seriously considering an SAP Consulting Career this opportunity is for you!
Uncover your potential, create new opportunities and discover more about the world of SAP consulting in businesses today. Apply for your position to take part in the 4most SAP Business One Junior Consultant Training Program.
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Candidates are selected from applications received to participate.
Training is carried out between a pre-determined period.
You will need to be available from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday during this period
There is no cost involved
Temporary paid positions as Junior SAP Business One Consultants will be offered to selected candidates chosen from the pool of participants who pass the SAP Business One Certification.
Accepted applicants will be informed by .....
The term of temporary positions will last for a probationary period of 3 months: from ..... to .....
After this Probationary period, those who meet the criteria required within this period, will be offered permanent Junior SAP Business One Consulting positions.
What does it mean to be an SAP Consultant
It is a common understanding that due to the disruptive and ever changing nature of technology, job roles are changing, and the expertise needed to fill these roles rely heavily on an understanding of technology in business. It is vital that when students think of their long term career goals, they factor in the influence of technology on their chosen field as new innovations quickly render certain positions obsolete and open job roles for which skilled talent does not yet exist.
If you are a student majoring in some form of business studies, you may have heard of the crucial role of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and their integral part in every successful and innovative business today. This industry is a rapidly expanding and growing field which holds many opportunities.
What is Enterprise Resource Planning?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a term used to describe the broad set of activities (framework for organising business processes) that helps an organisation manage its business. An important goal of ERP is to facilitate the flow of information so business decisions can be made based on accurate information.
ERP software is built to collect and organise data from various levels of an organisation to provide management with critical real-time insight. And ERP software modules can help an organisation's administrators monitor and manage supply chain, procurement, inventory, finance, product lifecycle, projects, human resources and other components of a business. SAP is an ERP Software System and SAP Business One serves the small to mid-size business market.
So what does it mean to be an SAP Consultant?
SAP consultants know all about SAP software. If a customer wants to implement SAP they'll need an SAP consultant.
The consultant gets together with the customer to find out what exactly they need and what the product should be able to do. He or she then thinks about how the SAP systems need to be set up so that everything fits. And he or she ensures that precisely this happens.
This makes a consultant a mixture of a business expert, a project manager, and a programmer.
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