GitLab's Technical Account Managers serve as trusted advisors to GitLab customers. They offer guidance, planning and oversight during the technical deployment and implementation process. They fill a unique space in the overall service lifecycle and customer journey and actively bind together sales, solution architects, customer stakeholders, product management, Professional Services Engineers and support.
See the Technical Account Manager role description for further information.
A Technical Account Manager is an advocate for both the customer and GitLab. They act on behalf of customers serving as a feedback channel to development and shaping of the product. In good balance, they also advocate on behalf of GitLab to champion capabilities and features that will improve quality, increase efficiency and realize new value for our customer base.
Technical Account Managers maintain the relationships between the customers and GitLab. Making sure that everyone is working towards pre-defined goals and objectives.
Technical Account Managers help to bring GitLab to all aspects of your company, not just software development. They can do this by showing other business unit's how to use GitLab for their day-to-day tasks and to advocate for new features and functionality that are in demand by other groups.
Technical Account Managers make sure that the adoption of GitLab is successful at your company through planning, implementation, adoption and training.
Technical Account Managers are responsible for managing a portfolio of customer accounts based on the sum of the annual contract value of the accounts under management. The current target per TAM for the TAM-assigned segment is 3.6M per TAM
The team continues to drive efficiency improvements to allow TAMs to effectively manage a larger book of business.
There are various services a Technical Account Manager will provide to ensure that customers get the best value possible out of their relationship with GitLab and their utilisation of GitLab's products and services. These services include, but are not limited to:
The following articulates where collaboration and customer management is owned:
To ensure that opportunities are listed with the correct Order Type, this Salesforce report shows you all of the opportunities that have closed, or are soon to close, with your SALs. Tracking Order Type is important since TAM team quota and compensation depend on this. Please reference the latest Sales Compensation Plan information to know what is counted.
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