Product Manager

Posted on 27/11/2020
Ref #120
  • Negotiable
  • Reading, Berkshire
  • IT Support

Our client, a global technologies company, based in Reading, is currently hiring for a Product Manager to manage a portfolio of products and services throughout their life cycle, increasing sales growth, managing third party relationships and maximising profitability.


  • Ownership of the multiple portfolios including Infrastructure, Cloud, UC, Networking and more
  • Manage relevant solutions and services for P&L, revenue and profitability growth in order with the business goals, creating action plans for improvements when required.
  • Delivery of marketing collateral to promote products and services.
  • Communicating with third-party suppliers, evaluating potential new opportunities, negotiating on pricing
  • Develop the service channel and convey the benefit through commercialisation of the professional services offering.
  • Liaise with the European Marketing Centre to determine service requirements, specifications and timescales.
  • Monitor the market for competitive products and services and ensure pricing is appropriate
  • Operational product management of the portfolio
  • Deliver excellent product launches to the market whilst looking for effective ways of delivering key messages and sales tools.


  • Previous experience in product portfolio and/or service management
  • Knowledge of the appropriate marketplace including infrastructure, server, storage, cloud, data recovery, LAN, WAN and professional services
  • Strategic analysis and business modelling skills
  • Previous experience having brought successful value propositions to the market

This is a full time, permanent position working Monday-Friday, 8.30am-5.30pm. This position is currently working from home, however the successful candidate would be expected to travel to the office 2-3 times a week once the pandemic is over.

Our client offers an excellent remuneration package and excellent career progression prospects.

Please apply online to be considered.

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