What does a SAP Consultant do?
SAP consultants provide support, training, and guidance for projects and initiatives involving SAP (Systems Applications and Products) software programs and systems. They generally provide these services as a freelancer or independent contractor. They may be enlisted to assist with the planning, development, implementation, or maintenance of a particular system or program. They analyze organizational needs, pinpoint primary objectives or challenges, and recommend SAP-based solutions. They provide troubleshooting and tech support services, and may create user guides or other support materials and documentation.
SAP consultants typically have a bachelor’s degree in a computer science discipline. They must have extensive hands-on experience with SAP systems and programs. These roles require excellent analytical skills, attention to detail, and good project management capabilities. Proficiency with programming languages is an advantage.
SAP Consultant Salaries
Average Base Pay
SAP Consultant Insights
“I could not find any serious issue there but i could say growth opportunities are little less comparatively.”
“Good working environment.Job security is there.Will bring the best out of you.Have the flexibility of working from home.”
“Good and nice to work”
“nothing to say all are good and best place for career growing”
“Salary Hike and is not good and also no promotion”
“NICE PLACE TO WORK AND AWESOME”
“Getting good opportunities to work in various technologies which helps us to grow in career wise as well as knowledge wise.”
“Good and friendly environment to work with.”
SAP Consultant Interviews
SAP Consultant jobs
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a sap consultant
When working as a sap consultant, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are SAP PP QM, Azure, Configuration, Windows Server and Consulting.
- Enterprise Developer
- Program Manager
- Project Manager
The most common qualifications to become a sap consultant is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.