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George Rozo , MBA

George Rozo , MBA

Partner Execution Strategist

Microsoft

Miami, FL

I’m a Partner Execution Strategist at Microsoft, focused on leading the company’s 1-to-many partner relationship with 10-16 Licensing Solutions Providers (LSP) in the Americas, responsible for their transaction velocity, operational support, and customer experience. Our most exciting work to date was to adjust to the current ...

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Microsoft

Partner Execution Strategist

Responsible for operational engagement with Microsoft’s Licensing Solution Partners (10-14 LSPs) for North America and globally, a channel that manages billions in annual revenue. Build ROB between regional operations managers to drive global issues and feedback into Microsoft and develop plans of action. Build global action plan for partner performance: correction of error, project plans and timelines. Deliver frequent reports to partner organizations on their deals. Track and analyze customer issues, recognize trends to determine root cause and influence opportunities. Cultivate strategic relationships to play an influential role in regional goals, priorities, and integrated partnerships with Operations. Ensure client/partner readiness for the deployment of complex operations programs. Effectively represent the voice of the client / customer across multiple departments within Microsoft. Strong record of Identifying and implementing operational improvements that yield business benefits for Microsoft and our clients and partners. Pro-actively address and simplify complex licensing issues using the latest BI (Power BI)

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