Fiserv Product Manager in Boston, Massachusetts
What does a great Product Manager do?
You will have an opportunity to drive and lead branch product initiatives for specific outcomes. You will be the CEO of the product – understanding what it takes to win the market and building a strategy around it. Outcome driven with strong empathy for the user of your product.
You will work cross-functionally with Product, Engineering, Marketing, Sales and Operations to determine how your competitive strategy turns into an executable roadmap for the development team. You will work closely with Client Partners to understand the needs of our clients, and where we provide the greatest value. Finally, you will work closely with senior leaders to align your plan to Fiserv’s strategy.
As a Product Manager you can look forward to:
Owning the strategy and roadmap for business process solutions that are widely adopted in the payments industry
Leveraging data to analyze both internal and external customer behavior to identify focus areas
Enjoying the challenge of finding ways to improve efficiency through optimizing workflows frequently used by financial institutions
Managing products inside a larger portfolio of payments solutions that span payment acceptance and user experience solutions
Evaluating emerging payments technologies and vendors that can help transform the experience of all stakeholders
You’re the kind of person who:
Is seeking an opportunity to own your product’s strategy. You are passionate about listening to your clients, understanding the opportunities they present to make your product better. You enjoy advising in the building and prioritizing of the product roadmap, while clearly articulating the product vision. You can dig deep into data and trends and use that information for creating and justifying business cases. You have the ability to understand the market and develop plans to beat the competition. You can create business cases based on that data, establish pricing models, schedules, and guidelines on how to deliver real value. You have empathy for the user and are passionate about the user’s experience and outcomes. You are looking for an opportunity to learn and be endlessly curious about how to make your product evolve. You can use your own products and have a perspective on branch products and technologies. You are excited about the opportunity to be an advocate and thought leader for your product.
Basic Qualifications for Consideration :
Minimum 5 years of Product Management or Consulting experience
Ability to travel up to 50%
High school diploma of equivalent required
Preferred Skills, Experience, and Education:
Product management or consulting experience
Financial Technology, Banking, or Financial Services experience
Master’s degree/MBA a plus
Agile and user-driven development experience
Travel required : 50%
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