A day in the life: Program Manager

Have you ever wondered what “A Day in the Life” looks like for some of our roles here in Microsoft Services?

Join me on this series as we discover just what these people do!

You provide the passion. We’ll provide the opportunities.

 

What do you think of when you hear Microsoft? We think of passion, we think of inspiration, we think of collaboration, we think of innovation, and it’s our employees who make this happen. At Microsoft we’re changing the way the world works and plays while making a difference in the lives of millions by bringing best and the brightest minds together.

Microsoft Program Managers operate in one or more of the following areas:

Project Management

The management of projects of various size and complexity that deliver end to end solutions or platform and infrastructure deployments. This may include working on customer or partner sites.

Bid Management

Presales activities including proposal generation, customer presentations, scope management, expectation setting of the customer or partner, and contract negotiations.

Technical Knowledge

The development and maintenance of a good working knowledge of current and future Microsoft® products and technologies.

Partnering

The formation and maintenance of effective working relationships with Microsoft partners, the Microsoft product groups, sales, and other functions within Microsoft, as well as external bodies as required.

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