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Being GRC Expert

Hello Friends–

For past so many years i have been taking GRC interviews and  some important aspect i would like to share for all those who are willing to pursue the career in GRC —

There are 2 aspects to look into this :

On the Functional Point of view :

1 – Firstly understand why an Organisation needs SAP GRC, and what are the benefits of implementing the complete Kit.
2 – Understand the various compliance structure around the Globe and how they are mapped to the organisations internal process.
3- Design a Standard Roadmap for various sectors of the Industry and align it to the organizational need.

On the Technical Point :

1 – Those who are from SAP Security background, who understand SAP Authorizations, believe me, GRC will be a smooth ride, you just need to understand what are the different functionality in SAP GRC and need to know when and how to use this functionality.– Technically its a cake walk.

2 – Those with Support experience of SAP GRC – In your job, the work is restricted to certain tabs of GRC, but with the help of social media you can explore lot of learning. Utilise your time in understanding various functionality, learn the subject well, when you get an opportunity learn in the demo servers, Implementation is not the only means of having expertise in GRC, its ones commitment and learning skills which will help in understanding the concepts.

3 – Those who want to learn SAP GRC – Please go through the GRC training material, and seek help in the social media, i am sure our fellow colleagues will come forward and help in training.

Whenever you prepare for an interview, make sure you have known the subject well, even without experience, what the recruiters will look for is how good are you with the concepts and how well you can explain those functionalities. It clicksss..

And yes, i am waiting for all those who are willing to be an GRC expert to work along 🙂

All the Best– 🙂

Sandeep Poojary

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      Author's profile photo Rakesh Ram
      Rakesh Ram

      Hello Sandeep,

      Happened to see this a bit late...

      Good article for someone who is planning to learn GRC.


      Deepak M

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      Former Member

      Hi Sandeep,

      I am working basically on GRC Support part and waana move to Implementation.

      Can you please guide me on how to start with that?

      Basically I would need guidance with MSMP, BRF+ and BRM.



      Author's profile photo Alessandro Banzer
      Alessandro Banzer


      start with GRC300 training.



      Author's profile photo Alessandro Banzer
      Alessandro Banzer


      thanks for sharing some insights even though it's just common noise and nothing in detail. I do definitely not agree with your statement "..Technically its a cake walk.". From my point of view it's far away from a cake walk. I have worked with several international clients in the past and once it comes to a huge implementation it can become very complex and not easy to implement. Especially if auditors are involved and several requirements must be met that are mutually different.

      However, I have also seen many consultants who think it's an easy cake walk and sell their service. Mostly it resulted in a mess and someone else was hired to tidy up.



      Author's profile photo vamsilakshman p
      vamsilakshman p

      Hi Sandeep,

      Good Motivational words on GRC...

      I am an abaper...with 3 years of exp..

      Am i(abaper) able to do this GRC ...what is the prerequisites for entering into GRC Security field...

      3 years back i heard about GRC that time it was hot cake in sap market but that course duration is only 10 days ...

      With that 10 days of knowledge can we get job on GRC...

      Thanks ,