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The Red Hat Global Customer Success (GCS) team is looking for a technically savvy and experienced project manager join us as an NFV Success Manager in Munich, Germany. In this role, you will be a key resource in engaging with Red Hat's telecommunication (Telco) customers and partners to guide them through successful Network Function Virtualization (NFV) infrastructure transformation running on Red Hat OpenStack Platform. You will provide consistent engagement throughout the customer's adoption journey, beginning in the pre-sales phase and continuing through production, with a focus on coordinating various programs available through Red Hat's engineering and support organizations. You'll have an opportunity to take ownership of key customer relationships and strategic program initiatives. As an NFV Success Manager, your success will be heavily dependent on consistent high-quality collaboration and engagement with customer and internal teams across the organization, including Engineering, Product Management, Support, Sales, and Consulting.
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