What does a great Integrated Banking Senior Product Manager do? * Interface with customers, Fintechs, recent evaluators and untapped, potential customers to identify market opportunities. * Map needs with target markets and perform analysis of a potential market opportunity to provide a basis for investment. * Identify competitive and alternative offerings and develop a strategy for winning against the competition. * Determine which channels best align with target markets' buying preferences. * Integrate products into a coherent portfolio of products focused on the market. Manage the portfolio like a "product" (business plan, positioning, buying process, market requirements and marketing plan). * Establish innovative pricing models that are aligned to business value * Analyze whether to buy, build, or partner to complete the solution for the target market * Determine the most effective way to solve identified market problems. * Monitor and analyze key performance indicators to determine how well the product is performing in the market, how it impacts the company operations, and ultimately, how it contributes to profit. * Ensure that all departments are prepared for new product releases and all items are completed to launch the product externally. * Create and deliver thoughtful information (webinars, blogs, eBooks, etc) to influence customers, buyers, industry specialists, research analysts, key editors in the press and other third parties. * Deliver products information to qualified buyers in support of existing sales efforts.
The above statements are intended only to describe the general nature of the job, and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of position responsibilities.
Internal Number: R-10247910
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