Product Manager

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Product Managers are responsible for guiding the success of a product and leading the cross-function team that is responsible for improving it. The strategy, roadmap, and feature definition for a product or product line. The position may also include forecasting, marketing, and profit and loss responsibilities. In many ways, the role of a product manager is similar in concept to a brand manager at a consumer packaged goods company.

<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80"> They often analyze the market and competitive conditions, laying out a product vision that is differentiated and delivers unique value based on customer demands. The role spans many activities from strategic to tactical and provides important cross-functional leadership most notably between Marketing, Sales, Engineering and support teams. This means they lead cross-functional teams from a product's conception all the way through to its launch. They often analyze the market and competitive conditions, laying out a product vision that is differentiated and delivers unique value based on customer demands. The role spans many activities from strategic to tactical and provides important cross-functional leadership most notably between Marketing, Sales, Engineering and support teams. This means they lead cross-functional teams from a product’s conception all the way through to its launch.

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