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#1 gimmickb4work

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 09:05 AM

This thread is intended for all SAP inquiries and knowledge-sharing! Cheers!

Edited by gimmickb4work, 19 October 2008 - 11:36 PM.


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Posted 16 August 2008 - 10:02 PM

Interesting. I'm an IT manager for one of the largest users of SAP in the Phils and am also a certified (no longer practicing though) SAP BW consultant. I wonder if I could find potential hires here ... funny thought but ey, in the age of Social Networking ...

Although given the number of views this thread has generated, I don't think there are too many SAP consultants or wannabe consultants around.

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Posted 16 August 2008 - 10:10 PM

Again failed to edit my original post ... seems there's a window in which you can edit and I spent too much time writing the following quick impression:

Knowledge Sharing huh ... have looked at SAP's recently acquired Business Objects Business Intelligence suite and found it a far superior product to the old BW BEx Analyzer that we've been using for some time. Though BW is still better in performing ETL loads from predominantly SAP ERP OLTP systems, Business Objects is much better in dealing with non-SAP data sources. Also, for reporting flexibility capability, B. Objects allows you to maintain an persistent class of data objects that you can easily reuse across different infocubes, whereas in BW you'd have to create these info objects for every new infocube which greatly increases the time required for the generation of new reports.

As for the UI itself, anyone who's ever used BEx or the Web Application Designer will tell you that its a pain in the butt to use. The B. Objects UI is much more user friendly. Hard to describe without screenshots, so just take my word for it, or take a look at the new product yourself.

Bad news is that B. Objects requires a separate license. Sigh ... that's SAP for you.

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Posted 19 August 2008 - 06:17 PM

SAP boys pala tong grupo nina sir gimmick! :D dami pera..hehehehe

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Posted 03 September 2008 - 08:40 PM

just wondering if anyone here has implemented a SAP Business Connector module? it uses SOAP/xml to provide b2b connections for non SAP applications.
kinda need a few technical inquiries about it since there seems to be very few resources on the internet regarding this module.

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Posted 19 October 2008 - 11:14 PM

Again failed to edit my original post ... seems there's a window in which you can edit and I spent too much time writing the following quick impression:

Knowledge Sharing huh ... have looked at SAP's recently acquired Business Objects Business Intelligence suite and found it a far superior product to the old BW BEx Analyzer that we've been using for some time. Though BW is still better in performing ETL loads from predominantly SAP ERP OLTP systems, Business Objects is much better in dealing with non-SAP data sources. Also, for reporting flexibility capability, B. Objects allows you to maintain an persistent class of data objects that you can easily reuse across different infocubes, whereas in BW you'd have to create these info objects for every new infocube which greatly increases the time required for the generation of new reports.

As for the UI itself, anyone who's ever used BEx or the Web Application Designer will tell you that its a pain in the butt to use. The B. Objects UI is much more user friendly. Hard to describe without screenshots, so just take my word for it, or take a look at the new product yourself.

Bad news is that B. Objects requires a separate license. Sigh ... that's SAP for you.


SOLITUDE00! You seem to be very TECHNICAL and ACADEMIC at the SAME TIME! You are right! We barely are 900 CERTIFIED SAP PROFESSIONALS in the Philippines and the MARKET needs atleast 6000 more to cover all SAP CUSTOMERS' needs. With this SCARCITY plus the BRAIN DRAIN due to ALLURING OFFERS outside, hindi kataka-taka na kakaunti lang ang bibisita sa TOPIC na ito dahil karamihan ay wala na ring oras pa para dito unless you are in the MANAGEMENT LEVEL.

You can PM me your MOBILE NUMBER so we can schedule a MEETUP if you want so we can talk more about the TECHNOLOGY and about OPPORTUNITIES. So far, I have just completed a BI 7.0 UPGRADE & ROLL-OUT plus some UNICODE CONVERSION sidetasks abroad. We can share KNOWLEDGE if you wish to. I have with me some CERTIFIED BIW CONSULTANTS as well if you are open for STAFF AUGMENTATION PROJECTS. Cheers!

SAP boys pala tong grupo nina sir gimmick! :D dami pera..hehehehe


888INFINITY888! Hindi naman gaano. Pantay-pantay lang naman tayo. Iisa lang naman din ang gusto natin... ang sumaya at magpasaya! Cheers!

just wondering if anyone here has implemented a SAP Business Connector module? it uses SOAP/xml to provide b2b connections for non SAP applications. kinda need a few technical inquiries about it since there seems to be very few resources on the internet regarding this module.


FRUITLOOPS2K3! I think I have posted a year ago some related articles at ITTOOLBOX and at SDN.SAP.COM. You can also check some of the known SAP FORUM SITES. If I have time, I will post here a relevant writeup to your query. May I know what is your area of expertise as to SAP? Cheers!

#7 dirk_stojakovic

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Posted 03 February 2009 - 05:00 PM

sama ako dito... SAP ABAP here... HR module..

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Posted 17 April 2009 - 06:24 PM

join me in :) SAP R/3 System Administrator here

#9 madmax2

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 07:24 PM

Wow meron pala nito dito....SAP guys....been a developer for 7 years HR Module

#10 Deathwish

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 05:34 PM

gusto ko sana mag SAP kaso mahal tuition...

kakatapos ko lang ng CCNA modules up for certification exam na ko

#11 mark_pogi

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Posted 01 March 2010 - 04:56 PM

Ako din matagal na akong interested na mag-SAP kaso ang mahal kasi ng Training Cost eh :cry:

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Posted 04 March 2010 - 03:36 PM

Any openings? :)

#13 twentyoneinch

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Posted 21 June 2010 - 09:11 AM

Ako din matagal na akong interested na mag-SAP kaso ang mahal kasi ng Training Cost eh :cry:


Magkano? At saan merong training?

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 08:57 AM

Guys, we have a client who's planning to get SAP Business One, how much do you think will it cost them? about 5-20 users only. 1 server. Just an estimate will suffice.

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 12:13 PM

Okay guys, I'm a long time linux network administrator. I used to program databases in the dbase days. It sounds like there is a lot of money being an SAP consultant. So can you put me in the right direction?

Where do I get training and certification?

How much? And what prospective rackets to get?

#16 dark_fiber_guy

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Posted 29 December 2010 - 12:13 PM

We need a full time SAP programmer and a consultant for the augmentation of our work force(local and foreign projects), please contact me at egz.hapy@yahoo.com, pls send your resume and packagem

You can also buzz me at my ym.

Cheers!

#17 ERIC6B122007

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 02:23 PM

If you want training on SAP you can go to Meralco Institute Foundation Ortigas Ave., Near Medical City or at their accredited company in makati citibank tower

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Posted 08 February 2012 - 08:53 PM

Is there still training on SAP held at Meralco Foundation or at Makati Citibank Tower?

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:55 PM

If you want SAP training you can check this website www.kaisa.com

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 08:34 PM

hahaha....

KAISA



magagaling ang hcm conssultants nila...

magaganda pa mga tao dyan




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