Top 5 highest paying SAP modules

SAP is a truly global enterprise which serves 350,000 customers in 180 countries. According to SAP.com, around 76% of the world’s transaction revenue touches an SAP system. Not only is SAP already a mammoth organisation, it is also growing at a rapid rate achieving significant and sustainable growth, with the number of licensed customers implementing systems such as SAP S/4HANA growing year on year. This has led to a huge demand for a broad range of SAP professionals from functional and technical consultants to architects and developers.

There are total of 25 modules in total and deciding which ones will be best for honing your skills is an important decision for those looking to build an SAP career (see latest SAP jobs here). So what SAP modules are the most popular? And which modules will give IT professionals the highest earning potential? Matt Zitouni, SAP Recruitment Specialist, Networkers reveals the top 5 highest paying SAP modules and the associated pay rates.

 

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Brief description: Dubbed as SAP’s most important release in 23 years, SAP S/4HANA is the in-memory version of the Business Suite ERP platform. It is intended to be easier to use and administer by helping to solve more complex problems and handle huge quantities of data than previous versions.

Permanent salary: £80,000-£110,000 per annum

Contract: £580-£680 per day

Demand: 5% increase from 2016

Brief description: This module deals in managing the financial transactions within an organisation. ECC FI helps employees to manage data involved in any business and financial transaction in a unified system.

Permanent salary: £52,500-£80,000 per annum

Contract: £400-£650 per day

Demand: 12% increase from 2016

Brief description: This module covers the area of production planning, demand planning and business forecasting. It also controls the information flow and product flow in organisations.
Permanent salary: £52,000–£80,000 per annum

Contract: £450-£630 per day

Demand: 11% increase from 2016

Brief description: This module manages all tasks from hiring an employee to them leaving an organisation. The various components this module consists of are personnel management, organisational management, time management and pay roll.

Permanent salary: £52,000-£80,000 per annum

Contract: £375-£570 per day

Demand: 8% increase from 2016

Brief description: This module deals in analysing and reporting of data from various heterogeneous data sources.

Permanent salary: £52,500-£76,000 per annum 

Contract: £350-£570 per day

Demand: 5% increase from 2016

 

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