Software & Licensing Asset Manager

Short Description

Cisco is hiring a Software & Licensing Asset Manager to analyze the data quality and assess existing processes governing the Lifecycle of the Customer Assets.

Job Description

Role & Responsibilities - summary
You'll be responsible to drive business outcomes to the customer by achieving important metrics that have a bearing on the CustomerÔ??s Risk appetite, Budgeting, and Planning & ability to manage Contracts effectively.

The Asset Manager would be responsible for gathering information about the newly assigned customer, create visibility of the customer Installed Base, analyzing the data quality and assess existing processes governing Lifecycle of the Customer Assets. Based on the results of the analysis, the Asset Mgr will execute necessary Installed Base cleanup actions with the cooperation of Cisco transactional support teams.

To optimize customer experience, the individual is required to analyze customer Asset Management process (or Installed Base Lifecycle Process) and provide recommendations for its design/optimization, being accountable for the process to be executed and acting as the single point of contact to the customer, partner, and Cisco account team for managing, tracking, and reporting on any asset/contract management issues

Software & Licensing Asset Manager
Mid-Senior-level Information | Information Technology | Technology Full-time Other | Information Technology | Engineering Software Engineer | Senior Software Engineer
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