He/she will leverage a combination of customer insights, strategy, product design, user experience, operations, technology, and go-to-market expertise in order to define, develop, launch, manage, and improve our products and services.
Lead the Procurement activities for assigned New Product Introduction (NPI) programs, delivering high performing external supply bases that meet the full requirements of the business. Drive the NPI supplier selection process.
The Product Manager is responsible for both product marketing and sales. This includes managing the product throughout the product lifecycle, gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working close
Hiring Product Manager for a reputed Tiles and Ceramics Manufacturing company!
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Job Profile : Product Manager
Job Location: Thane, Maharashtra
Position reporting to :Senior Vice President
REGION : Pan India
Lead the FOODS / NON FOODS strategy & thinking for the FMCG private labels - for both existing and new categories,Monitor the brand health measures - market share, consumer stickiness, geographic dispersion, etc.
.Production managers plan:coordinate; and control manufacturing processes so that products are delivered on time and within budget as a production manager; coordinatiing all products activities and operations Yoll need to
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• Knowledge of product management techniques (e.g., product roadmapping, feature matrix) • Up-to-date knowledge of technology standards, industry trends, and emerging technologies (e.g. latest best practices on SDLC, UX, Quality, Cloud and Data) • St
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