Technical Account Manager Staffing Agency (TAM)

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Technical Account Manager
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Tier2Tek Staffing and Recruitment Company provides solutions for Technical Account Manager (TAM) staffing.
The role’s main responsibility is to maintain all customer-company relationships in regard to all technical aspects.

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What Does a Technical Account Manager Do?

Looking to hire an outstanding employee that ensures customer satisfaction with technical support? Therefore, you are looking for Technical Account Manager (TAM) staffing.

Ultimately, the TAM is the cornerstone between your online product and your customers. This may include helping customers troubleshoot issues, discussing customer service injuries, managing customer finances, and finding new clients.

The TAM has more responsibilities than a Help Desk employee. They work with sales as well, helping find new clients. Then they work as the liaison between customers and the company, smoothing out any technical or financial issues. They may also work with development teams to make sure new software and services will better fit customer needs and desires.

Average Salary

According to GlassDoor, the average salary for a Technical Account Manager is $122,774 a year.

Responsibilities

  • Provides business, technical, and product knowledge to post-sale customers in order to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Firstly addresses questions and technical challenges related to products and software.
  • Integrates customer internal applications and systems with Turn Data Management Platform. They employ various methods, such as Server to Server, Pixel-based API, and Batch
  • Educates clients on how existing and new products work. Demonstrates how it can contribute to business growth or other efficiencies.
  • Monitors account to ensure usage, finances, and optimum performance.
  • Frequently conducts and coordinates tactical operations reviews with clients to ensure satisfaction.
  • Acts as the liaison between support teams and clients to ensure client escalations are resolved in due time.
  • Then partners with Account Sales Development teams to find potential clients and build new relationships.
  • Accurately replicates, identifies, and documents software issues with an appropriate tracking system.
  • Performs quarterly Business reviews and assists in product training needed.
  • Requires fantastic customer service and communication skills.

Common Certifications and Skills for Technical Account Managers

Customer Service Abilities

Reliability

CompTIA A+

Common Career Path for Technical Account Manager

An IT Manager oversees a company’s IT department. They are responsible for making sure new IT systems are implemented correctly and efficiently. These managers will also delegate specific tasks to a team to improve, repair, and design better IT systems for a company.

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Over, the Account Planner takes the time to learn about your audience. Whether through statistics or customer outreach, the planner understands the needs and wants of your business’ clientele. After establishing information and analysis about the market, the Planner then works to create strategies. These strategies include campaigns, customer service needs, and brand strategies. Simply put, they work to improve a company’s overall outreach with customers.

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The Business Analyst is responsible for gathering documents and examining the needs and requirements of the business. They analyze data and help with new technology solutions to save the company money and make them more efficient.

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Highest-Paying States for Technical Account Manager

1

California

Average Salary:
$139,415

2

New York

Average Salary:
$116,021

3

Georgia

Average Salary:
$111,670