The second edition of e-book FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON SAP FINANCE

Dmitry Kaglik

January 12, 2013

SAP

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SAP FI FAQ book cover

I am happy to announce that the second edition of e-book FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON SAP FINANCE is now available for free downloading.

This e-book is a collection of questions SAP Expert received from different sources. They are so typical that it would be beneficial for everyone to see them together in one book, asked and answered.

Of course, this e-book does not answer all the questions you may have. In this case probably you need our help. Feel free to contact SAP Expert and we can agree the way to help.

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7 Comments

  • krishnaveni on January 17, 2013

    I have done sap fico course and working on sap as a enduser. Now iam trying for fico consultant job. So please kindly help me how to prepare for interview and if any inerview questions book please send to me.

    • Dmitry Kaglik on January 17, 2013

      Hi Krishnaveni,
      I am not the psychologyst to help you with the interview preparation, unfortunately.
      There are plenty of books on the market available with answers to “interview questions”. However, be sceptical: each company has its own system, its own implementation, its own approach. There are no universal answers to all questions you could probably receive. Especially in consultancy, where ability to think and to give a fresh approach are more important than ability to remember the textbook.

      I would also recommend you to read my articles “What qualities do you need to have to become an SAP consultant?” and “SAP career advice from a SAP expert.”

    • CRSM Coimbatre on January 31, 2013

      Hi Krishnaveni,

      Please note the following points

      1. Even though you had completed the Course, First you start reading SAP Library and try to understand the basics of FICO.
      2. Many excellent FICO books are available from SAP Press, Surely it will enrich your FICO understanding
      3.Try to collect inputs with ref to diff Major Industries Business Process.
      4. Then you go for interview books
      5. This is the right approach to remain in the FICO field.

      CRSM Coimbatore

  • suresh on April 18, 2013

    Hi Dmitry Kaglik

    Thanks for your post it is very help full to me

    • Dmitry Kaglik on April 18, 2013

      You’re welcome. I hope you will also enjoy other materials on the site.

  • Raveendran K Kandy on July 11, 2014

    Could you be able to allow me to download SAP for my learning purpose.

    Regards

    Raveendran Kandy

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