SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications in software. From back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, and desktop to mobile device, SAP empowers people and organizations to work together more efficiently - and use business insight more effectively. We do this by extending the availability of software across on-premise installations, cloud and on-demand deployments, and mobile devices. Exciting opportunity is interning in SAP itself.
This gives plenty of responsibilities and opportunities to further develop a candidate’s strengths and weaknesses. Responsibilities ranged from dealing with customers to managing important projects for the employees in the project with specific deadlines to meet. The open environment in SAP allows you to learn and grow.
You are always encouraged to involve and learn new skills, if a project interests you. SAP teaches you how to work in an international business environment, with office protocols, learning to work with customers and closing the deal. An internship in SAP itself offers a great chance to explore various areas.
Over time, many companies start to discover deficiencies in their information systems architecture. Most legacy business systems were made up of islands of automation – separate systems that handled some core business needs. There may have been systems to handle the General Ledger, another to handle the sales processes, a separate system to manage the manufacturing or production processes, etc.
Research & Development
Product Management / Solution Management
Human Resources, Finance & Controlling, Project Management, Marketing & Communications
Service & Support
Data had to be exchanged between these sub-systems in order to generate the reports that various levels of management needed to run their operations.
When there were errors or inconsistencies between these sub-systems, these flowed on into the consolidation process and skewed the management reports.The productivity enhancements arising from an SAP implementation can be tremendous. Data is only entered once. There are no sub-systems to consolidate and verify.
Data can be forwarded to others within the organization by efficient workflows – using internal messages, emails, SMS alerts or other means. Operations can be authorized and passed along for the next person to process. Employees can process many transactions on their from various access terminals.
The most basic qualification for making a career in SAP is sharp and logical programming skills. Knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) and Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) will be advantageous.