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User is offline Vivek
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Source to Pay business analyst prospects 

Hi All, I am working in Source to pay project as business analyst integrating Emptoris, Coupa and SAP applications. I am looking for similar jobs in jobs portal and don't find many jobs in Procurement/Supply chain areas, more of the business analyst jobs are in Banking, Finance and Credit areas.

I have few questions :

1. I am confused if I should still stay in Supply chain domain or look for changing my domain to Banking/Finance/Credit to secure more jobs ?

2. Should I do supply chain certifications like CPSM, MCIPS, CISCM, CPP and so on so forth, to increase my chances to secure jobs as Business analyst ?

3. Should I rather strive to move into supply chain domain by doing above certifications, and stop pinning hopes to find jobs as business analyst in supply chain area ?

Many thanks for your feedback and support in advance.

Thanks, Vivek

 

 

 

 
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