Director of Product Management, Content Delivery and Visualization

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Research Now is looking for a user-centric, data-driven Director of Product Management, Content Delivery. You will lead the development of robust and innovative data and content delivery capabilities, creating rich product experiences that are drawn from a mix of vision, market and customer insights. You will collaborate with fellow product managers, development and service teams to develop the strategy and roadmap for Research Now’s data analytics and visualization capabilities. You will work with internal stakeholders and create client-facing programs to drive adoption and usage.


Define and execute the product vision and strategy for Research Now’s data analytics, visualization and content delivery capabilities.
Lead the entire product line lifecycle from strategic planning to tactical activities
Conduct research, including competitive analysis, client visits to current and prospective customers and other market assessments to understand both evolving client needs and emerging technologies.
Translate market opportunities into clear, prioritized product requirements
Proactively identify and mitigate product risk; working with functional teams to resolve program issues
Build strong effective relationships with functional and geographic teams to evangelize, influence and execute the strategy and vision.
Identify, negotiate and manage partnerships that extend product content and capabilities
Own the KPI Dashboard for the product – including defining measures, setting goals, reporting on progress and recommending tactics to improve KPI’s.


9+ years of software/project management experience
Must have specific domain experience in data and content delivery products and technologies.
Knowledge of web and data management technologies and experience developing web-based products;
Proficient in the development of competitive assessments and positioning; product planning and roadmap definition; sales training and presentations.

To Apply


Feb 1, 2017


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