As a product leader, I am responsible for overseeing the development and management of a company's product portfolio. With over 12 year of experience in product management, I have a deep understanding of the entire product lifecycle, from ideation to launch to maintenance.

My career began as a software developer where I helped design and develop a B2B SaaS product for healthcare payor organizations. From there, I went on to work at several established technology companies, where I honed my skills in market analysis, product strategy, and user experience design. I have also led cross-functional teams of designers, engineers, and marketers to deliver successful products that meet customer needs and drive business growth.

In my current role, I collaborate closely with the CEO and other executives to align product vision with company goals and develop a roadmap for future product releases. I also work with our sales and customer success teams to gather feedback from customers and incorporate it into our product development process. Additionally, I stay up-to-date with industry trends and emerging technologies to ensure that our products remain competitive in the marketplace.

Overall, I am passionate about creating products that solve real-world problems and deliver value to users. I strive to maintain a customer-centric approach in everything I do, and I am committed to driving product innovation and growth for my company.

Over 14 years in IT products, mentoring & development

3 SaaS platforms (150+ horizontal components)

20+ Enterprise Web Applications

15+ Mobile applications

15+ D2B and 20+ D2C applications

Touched > 80 million lives in over 20+ Countries

My Mentoring Topics

  • Product Vision - Why, win, and worth framework
  • Minimum Viable Product - Target the critical mass
  • Product Roadmap - Functional & non-functional feature alignment with releases
  • Feature Prioritisation Framework - How to decide what to build when
  • Product KPIs - Aligning product performance indicators with business goals
  • Product Pricing - Defining right pricing strategy based on nature, value creation and geography of the deployment
  • Tracking Outcome - Measuring progress and defining evolution path
  • Principles of Fund Raising - When, whom and how to approach the investors
  • Sustenance & Scalability - Process, technology and cost optimisation
  • Design Thinking
  • Product Led Growth -10X growth

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