Product Manager- Supply Chain Management
Excellent opportunity to be in a leadership position to shape product Strategy
Opportunity to lead a team and work closely with key stakeholders
About Our Client
Our client is one of the most innovative player in the Supply Chain Mnaagement domain
* To manage a team of Product managers and collectively translate market/customer requirements to define "WHAT" needs to be done and "WHY" across industries and geographies.
* Provide market/customer context to the product engineering team. Develop customer evaluation programs and prepare customer messaging for product issues when necessary in areas of ownership.
* Perform analysis of market and technology opportunity, strategic competitive analysis for managing organisation's robots at warehouses.
* Support any marketing proposal/decision with comprehensive business rationale.
* Directly interact with customers to understand their requirements.
* Conduct market and customer research to shape future direction, develop product and solution concepts, and present recommendations to senior management.
* Own & drive P&L for the product line
* Responsible for 1-3 year strategy and execution
* Deliver results through matrixed organization across tech, marketing, ops, sales and finance
The Successful Applicant
10+ years of experience of Product Management either in hardware or software.
* Should have experience of managing a team of Product managers for 5-6 years.
* Experience in Product lifecycle management is required.
* Supply chain / warehouse software/technology domain understanding and experience.
* Delivered complex B2B business workflow software over multiple releases.
* Strong business/financial acumen, excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.
* Strong communication, execution, quantitative skills combined with creativity and negotiation abilities.
* Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from a top tier institute is necessary.
* Master's Degree / MBA would be an added advantage.
* Should have International exposure.
What's on Offer
Growth, exposure to lobal teams and competitive compensation