Standard Roles

Product Manager

A Product Manager oversees the entire lifecycle of a product, from conception to market. They gather and prioritize product and customer requirements, define the product vision, and work closely with engineering, sales, marketing, and support to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met. Their role also includes ensuring that the product supports the company's overall strategy and goals. They are the key bridge between different business functions, ensuring alignment on product strategy.

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Technical Product Manager

A Technical Product Manager (TPM) navigates the intersection of business, technology, and user needs, defining the product vision and strategy. They lead cross-functional teams, prioritize feature development, and oversee product life cycle, all while ensuring technical feasibility. Their expertise in technical nuances and market trends empowers them to create products that resonate with customers and drive business growth.

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Data Product Manager

A Data Product Manager oversees the development and optimization of data-focused products. They bridge the gap between business, technology, and data science teams, defining product vision, setting strategic direction, and making data-driven decisions to enhance value. They utilize a strong understanding of data analytics, machine learning, and AI to innovate and improve products.

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Growth Product Manager

A Growth Product Manager drives user engagement and company growth by leveraging data analytics, UX design, and market trends. They identify opportunities, create innovative product strategies, run experiments, and implement features that boost customer acquisition, retention, and revenue. Their key focus is to maximize the product's market performance while satisfying customer needs.

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E-commerce Product Manager

An E-commerce Product Manager oversees the success of the product portfolio online, crafting strategies for product development, pricing, and promotion. They coordinate with cross-functional teams to enhance user experience, monitor market trends, and analyze product performance, driving sales growth and achieving business objectives. Their role is critical in shaping the e-commerce business direction and customer satisfaction.

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