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Red Hat Technical Account Management
Connect with a technical adviser who can help you plan and deploy for enterprise success
Knowledgeable, flexible support now and in the future
Red Hat® Technical Account Managers (TAMs) are technical advisors for customers and partners seeking help with planning and deploying their Red Hat software more successfully and with a focus on security. They serve as a single point of contact for customers again and again as their technology needs evolve.
Get the proactive edge you need with specialized support
Red Hat® TAMs partner with you to resolve potential problems before they occur, minimizing disruption and freeing you to focus on your key business challenges. As a seasoned professional, a TAM helps guide and advise technology strategy, mobilizing an extended team that will work with you to get the most out of your Red Hat products and solutions.
Some of the ways a Red Hat TAM can work for you
A single point of contact and technical advocate
- Customers work directly with their TAM to resolve complex and time-sensitive issues more quickly, giving customers access to a wide range of subject matter experts.
- TAMs also connect customers to the Red Hat engineering organization, providing customers with the power to impact future product features and updates. Many new features in Red Hat products today were created due to customer needs.
Security & regulatory compliance guidance
TAMs provide context, proactive planning and patching, and prioritization for security concerns, advising customers to use tools and approaches that equip their environment to defend against security risks while also maintaining regulatory compliance.
TAMs help customers:
- Take advantage of the latest product enhancements, extracting the maximum value from their existing Red Hat investments. They also
- Host regular meetings with their customers to better understand their mission, environment, open support cases, upcoming product migrations, etc.
- Provide early beta access for upcoming Red Hat product launches for interested customers
Enhance your security in real time with Red Hat Insights
Your Red Hat Technical Account Manager can use operational analytics from your Red Hat Insights subscription to send you periodic risk assessments. Red Hat Insights is a predictive analytics tool that uses intelligent data to pinpoint technical risks and help IT resolve problems before business is affected.
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Connect to the support you need
Regular remote sessions with your team gives your TAM a chance to discuss ongoing projects and your organization’s priorities.
Quarterly dashboard reports from your TAM show vital metrics that can flag potential issues and recognize trends in the Red Hat products within your environment.
A private collaboration space for your team and your TAM is hosted on the Red Hat Customer Portal. This central repository includes announcements, proactive notifications, meeting minutes, and more.
TAM newsletter and webinars
Our monthly newsletter delivers a convenient snapshot of major product milestones, tips, tricks, and more. You can also attend regular technical webinars designed exclusively for TAM customers.
Your TAM will schedule time on site with your team to see your environment firsthand and get a better feel for your business needs. On-site or remote "lunch-n-learn" presentations on a variety of topics are also available.
You’ll be able to attend Red Hat Convergence, a complimentary one-day event in your region, to learn from and collaborate with the experts at the heart of the applications that your business runs on.
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