Dell Product Management (Server) Consultant in Round Rock, Texas
This role will be a Product Manager for Dell EMC PowerEdge focused on planning a portfolio of better together solutions with Vmware. Much of this role will focus on partnering with Vmware and Dell engineering to design to value the right joint features for the PowerEdge portfolio. This person will also then take that knowledge and help sales and customers understand the Dell and Vmware portfolio advantages.
8+ years of relevant Server/PowerEdge experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
Strong knowledge of Vmware's portfolio or previous capability of combining a software and hardware portfolio into one solution
Undergraduate degree and 8+ years relevant experience or Graduate degree and 6+ years relevant experience.
Strong knowledge of IT industry technologies, future trends, and direction
Must be fully knowledgeable in classic marketing skills (i.e. Product, Positioning, Pricing, and Promotion)
Fundamental understanding of enterprise architecture with a focus on firmware and operating system security, enterprise security products, and best
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