Develops and manages the Oracle Support relationship with a designated large account or small number of medium accounts throughout engagement. Maximizes the customers' use of Support Services, drives high degree of satisfaction and referenceability, and to protects and enhances Support revenue streams.
Main contact for Oracle customers. Manages the contract, or delivery engagement as defined by Oracle Service Support (OSS). Develops and maintains relationships with senior management across lines of business and third parties. Plans and deploys support activities to ensure effective delivery within agreed budgetary constraints. Advises the account on effective and efficient way to use Oracle support services and products, tools, systems, interfaces, and procedures. Assures and improves the quality of the service, and maintains accurate account information. Communicates opportunities for customers to engage with Oracle such as technical events and business seminars. Assists in the renewal of Support contracts, and contributes to pre-sales activities.
12 plus years of relevant work experience. Strong account management skills acquired through advanced training, study and experience. Highly specialized level of technical expertise or business acumen. Extensive breadth and depth of knowledge and experience of account management at the highest levels, representing companies major or top service accounts. Viewed as an expert in the field. Recognized authority and leading contributor in immediate business area/function. Work is non routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/ business skills.
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