Senior Product Marketing Manager (Federal), HPE Software

Senior Product Marketing Manager (Federal) HPE Software

  • Based on a strong knowledge of trends in the industry affect the strategy/direction of the product line/line of services or solutions
  • Suggest strategy changes internally and with external partners
  • Lead projects that involve cross-functional coordination to provide integrated products/services/ solutions
  • Improve processes affecting their workgroup and interfaces; e.g., forecast system, obsolesces process with retailers
  • Seen by sales team as an expert in the products/services/solutions and regularly is called on to defend the benefits in front of customers or partners Regional:
  • Regularly recommend product/ service/solution strategic direction to senior management
  • Often create innovative solutions to enhance sales of the product lines or line of services/solutions
  • Seen by sales team as an expert in the products/services/solutions and regularly is called on to defend the benefits in front of customers or partners
  • Influences at the senior vice president and above level

Education and Experience Required:

  • College degree in Marketing/Business/Technical

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • 10 years in product marketing fundamentals.
  • Strong leadership capabilities.
  • Minimum 1 year work experience in a general marketing function beyond Product Marketing.
  • 5 years of experience within the Federal space, with strong understanding of budgets, sales cycles, buyers, contracts, messaging and product positioning for Federal markets.
  • Preferred: DoD Secret or Top Secret clearance.

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