Duration : 250Hrs
Qualification : Any Degree
SAP consultant is quite a vague term. Nevertheless, it expresses exactly what the job is about: Consultants give advice. And SAP consultants know all about SAP software. Even more, at xft consultants also have a good knowledge of xft's software products.
If a customer wants to implement an xft product, 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 xft products and the connected 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 an expert, a project manager, and a programmer – because once the implementation gets going at a customer site, consultants also need to join in and lend a hand.
SAP consultants are often on the road – there's no denying that. Particularly in the crucial phase of a project, it is often helpful to be right there with the customer. On the other hand, there's remote access to the customer system anyhow, which means it's almost irrelevant where you're located – you could be at the customer site, in the office, or even at home, if (for example) you have a child who's sick and can't go to school. There are many factors that dictate how much you're actually away from the office. It depends on the project, the customer, and also how you personally work best. At xft, we have consultants who spend three or four days a week at the customer, but we have others who spend only five or six days a month away from our Walldorf office. And they all have their private lives!