Product Manager (5-15 yrs)
- Develop a deep understanding of customer needs, market trends, and competitive landscape.
- Define and communicate the product vision, goals, and strategy to stakeholders.
- Identify market opportunities, gaps, and areas for innovation to drive product differentiation.
- Collaborate with engineering, design, and other teams to create and prioritize the product roadmap.
- Break down the roadmap into actionable tasks and ensure alignment with company objectives.
- Continuously iterate and adapt the roadmap based on customer feedback and changing market dynamics.
- Work closely with stakeholders to gather and analyze requirements, translating them into clear and actionable product specifications.
- Create detailed user stories, feature documentation, and acceptance criteria for development teams.
- Serve as the bridge between different teams, including engineering, design, marketing, sales, and customer support.
- Facilitate effective communication and collaboration to ensure everyone is aligned and working towards common goals.
- Work with engineering and design teams to ensure the timely and successful delivery of product features and updates.
- Prioritize features and enhancements based on customer value, business impact, and technical feasibility.
Testing and Quality Assurance:
- Collaborate with quality assurance teams to define testing requirements and ensure product quality.
- Conduct user acceptance testing (UAT) to verify that features meet customer expectations.
Launch and Marketing:
- Develop go-to-market strategies, including positioning, messaging, pricing, and promotional activities.
- Coordinate with marketing and sales teams to ensure a successful product launch and adoption.
- Define key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure product success and track performance against goals.
- Analyze data, customer feedback, and market trends to make informed decisions and iterate on the product.
Product Lifecycle Management :
- Manage the entire product lifecycle, from ideation to retirement or iteration, while ensuring products remain relevant and competitive.