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SAP SD JOB MARKET IN CANADA..need urgent inputs and help




Hello all,

I am SAP SD Consultant working in India with around 3 years of experience. This is my first job in IT. My concern is that my company is good, my profile is good, my package is good but i am not getting any real time exposure and learning in SAP SD from last 3 years which is impacting my skill and career. I feel very demotivated and frustrated. I came into this profession with lot of passion and interest but things are not working out for me. I have done my MBA from UK and then started my career in SAP SD. My total work exp is 7 years. Now i am planning to move to Canada and need your inputs and help before i come to any conclusion. Please advice me that what should i do in these circumstances. How is SAP SD job market in Canada if i relocate. is there any SAP course which i should do to get job in Canada or are there any sap sd jobs which can be applied from India?

Need INPUTS, ADVICE


 
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Hang on there buddy.
Every one has their own frustration about the job. You are no different.

The problem with UK is that they expect you to leave after you complete your course. You are no different. You should have done your MBA in USA/ Australia / Canada. But all is not lost.

Canada is good for software market. But after the demise of RIM/ Blackberry, SAP market is tight. You have 3 years of SAP experience that Canada likes. Try your luck. After 6 months, you may land in a job. No guarentees but you are in a very much better position than many other non-IT immigrants who are immigrating.

Murali

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Sap sd job market in canada
thank you so much Murali for your kind inputs and advice.. Really appreciate that.. I also sometimes feel that keeping patience will help me out.. But i hope you also understand that that more experience is adding to my skill is hampering me.. Sooner or later i will have to take a call.. Its not with everyone.. Its my destiny that has not given me good project experience wherein i could have enhanced my knowledge and skills.. Eventually it will be realtime learning and project experience that will lead to my career.. Please also advice me any other module apart from SD like TM, WM etc which i could learn which will add value to apply jobs in international market?

 
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It is not a bad time for you to seek another job (in India) which will enhance your skills. Attrition is accepted in India.
May be you can join TCS (one of the highest employers of SAP professionals) or infy or HCL etc... Or you can seek to be put in another project which is more challenging.

Suppose you want to come to Canada, do the above and apply under express entry of Canada. You will get Visa in 6 months to a year.

Hope you know that you will have to land without a job and look for a job. MAy be in 3-6 months you might get a job but for that 3-6 months, you will have to stay here looking for a job. SAP SD is closely related to logistics. Logistics is a good career in Canada (starting from the low level to high level). May be you can speclize in logistics module / area.

All the best.

Murali

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Please clarify few points:

1. Are you from technical side or functional side?
2. Have you worked on SD implementation project(s)? If so, from which stage to which?
3. Have you worked on SD support? If so, for how long and how much comfortable do you feel yourself working independently?
4. Which particular Business Process(s) have you worked upon in SD e.g. OTC, OTM?
5. Are you SAP certified?
6. At what stage is your immigration process?
7. Have you ever worked with North American clients directly?
8. How good are your communication and presentation skills?

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Hi,

1. I am functional consultant( SAP SD)
2. Yes worked on 1 end to end implementation (ASAP methodology)
3. Worked on 3 support projects on different clients and quite comfortable working independently
4. Worked on SAP SD OTC process with different functionalities as well ( consignment, free goods, returns, pricing, output, credit management etc)
5. No i am not yet SD certified but preparing for this
6 . I am in planning stage of moving to canada immigration
7 yes worked on north american clients on support projects
8. Communication skills and presentation skills are my strong areas and will rate very good on both.

Hope you are provided with all the information you required. Please let me know if you need anything else..

Thanks


 
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Good credentials indeed.
If you are OK with coming to Canada and then searching for jobs ( I am sure that you will be placed within 3-6 months after landing), then please do apply for immigration soonest.

How likely is it that you ask your employer to transfer you to a company in Canada (client). If that is possible, then you can apply for express entry, come to Canada and once the immigration comes through, you can be a PR and work with the same employer or move to a different company.

Murali

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Post ID: 224117 07-07-15 07:48:05
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Your profile is good. It can land you a job but the real point is the kind of job you are looking for. Right now you frustrated with your current employment that you are under-utilized and not getting proper exposer. Your concern may be addressed here in Canada due to a different work culture. Your domain selection is good. SD and WM will stay longer as the Western economy is a consumer economy. It needs goods to consume and organizations need SD and WM for its operations.

Now come to the excitement in job part. In my opinion, you should try to get into vendors consultancy/development organization. I have some insight of the working of SAP Lab and those people are so deeply involved in their work that I can say, it will quench your thirst of knowledge and expertise.

Good luck.

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Post ID: 224122 07-07-15 10:20:52
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Hi

I am about to start my canada PR process.. Which can take 8-12 months.. As i already mentioned, i am sap sd consultant with 3 years of work exp.. Please let me know which state should we plan for residence according to SAP IT market...

Please throw some more inputs or guidance before i take pr decision for canada..

Thanks


 
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Please work with this for now.
Quote:
Originally posted by priyansh49

Hi

I am about to start my canada PR process.. Which can take 8-12 months.. As i already mentioned, i am sap sd consultant with 3 years of work exp.. Please let me know which state should we plan for residence according to SAP IT market...

Please throw some more inputs or guidance before i take pr decision for canada..

Thanks


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Please go through the previous post to get an idea as to the process of applying to get entry into Canada. I could have copied and pasted it, instead I am posting a link to it, as you both are in the same field and are seeking similar materials.

http://canadiandesi.com/read.php?TID=36432

Hope this helps.


FH.


 
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