Technical Product Marketing Executive


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Full Job Description

We are seeking a Technical Product Marketing Executive to join our product marketing team. Cloud Direct is one of the UK’s leading, and fastest growing, Microsoft partners. The Technical Product Marketing Executive will help develop our propositions to deliver and manage Microsoft Cloud services for our customers.

Working within our marketing function, the Product Marketing team plays a critical role in making sure the technical features of our solutions are expressed as business benefits and meet the needs of our target markets. The product marketing function has a direct impact on the success of the sales team and helps Cloud Direct achieve its growth ambitions.

This role will suit someone with an interest in technology and how it can meet the needs of businesses. This is an ideal opportunity for someone with technical knowledge that is looking to grow their career within the commercial part of an IT business and provides huge scope for development and advancement within the company.

What you will be doing

  • Contributing to value proposition development for our technology services
  • Market research (including competitor analysis)
  • Working with Microsoft to ensure our propositions align to their products
  • Communicating technical features as business benefits
  • Collaborate with other teams across the business on our product and proposition roadmap

Skills and experience:

You’re confident at

  • Understanding technology. You may have a computer science degree or similar and enjoy learning about new technologies
  • Working with different stakeholders to develop an idea
  • Researching a variety of different sources, such as competitors, customers and partners.

You know the basics of

  • Value proposition development
  • Microsoft cloud products (Azure, M365, O365)
  • Businesses technology needs
  • Marketing or sales

You’ll be trained up in

  • Proposition development
  • Microsoft technologies
  • Product go-to-market strategies

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