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Signoff Specialist AE Job description:

The primary focus of the Signoff Specialist Application Engineer (AE) is to support the sale and adoption of Synopsys’ PrimeTime, PrimePower, PrimeYield and PrimeECO products to help customers achieve tangible and lasting performance improvements in the cost, quality, and development time for digital ASIC projects.  Signoff Specialist AEs are expected to possess SoC-level Static Timing Analysis (STA), power analysis and timing closure design experience and knowledge.  Experience with signal integrity/crosstalk/noise analysis, as well as other aspects of the ASIC implementation flow including Physical Design, and low power optimization/multi-voltage design implementation using UPF is also desired.   Development time will be spent gaining expertise in static timing analysis, power analysis and timing ECO techniques and challenges, broadening focus from product emphasis to methodology, sharpening Account Management skills, and learning to leverage success.  Signoff Specialist AEs support Account Managers to exceed quota; they also provide technical support to ensure customer success and satisfaction.  Signoff Specialist AEs are expected to manage multiple customer activities concurrently, and work with Account Managers and AE management to set their priorities.  Sales support activities include product demonstrations, evaluations, and competitive benchmarking.  Customer support activities include training, problem resolution, and technical account management.  Signoff Specialist AEs must be able to interact effectively with end-users at customer sites, as well as first level managers.  Signoff Specialist AEs will contribute to account planning activities where they will leverage their understanding of customers’ needs and issues with the rest of the account team.  Signoff Specialist AEs also leverage their knowledge by writing Solv Net! Articles, providing product feedback to R&D, and by assisting other AEs.

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