As the Product Manager for a growing cloud services portfolio, I cultivate pipelines of new products and technologies from ideation to adoption.
• Productize new apps and services
• Evaluate avenues for organic expansion or strategic partnerships
• Enable key decision-making for executives
• Develop solutions roadmaps, team collaboration tools, and new pricing schemes
• Conduct analysis to synthesize market and data-driven insights
• Build business cases, ROI models, and product catalogs
As the Senior Product Manager for software solutions, I pivoted product initiatives and go-to-market strategies toward developing new online ecosystems and native apps.
• Reached untapped markets and revenue flows
• Evangelized products and company brands to increase global footprint
• Enacted open API strategies for resellers
• Launched app store with Internet-enabled mobile/desktop apps
• Increased attachment rates 21-29% year-over-year
• Established new PMO and Application Portfolio practices
• Led $25M company-wide project to turn homegrown LOB apps into enterprise systems
During my tenure with Sprint, I oversaw the in-house projects for all mobile devices.
• Managed firmware builds and automated testing for all mobile devices
• Performed routine/non-routine updates during planned windows
• Deployed system upgrades, new OS loads, and data swaps
• Developed release content, collateral, and technical articles
Languages the developer has proven experience and proficiency via actions taken on linked accounts.
Environments the developer has proven experience and proficiency via actions taken on linked accounts.
Frameworks the developer has proven experience and proficiency via actions taken on linked accounts.
Tools the developer has proven experience and proficiency via actions taken on linked accounts.
Skills the developer has proven experience and proficiency via actions taken on linked accounts. Actions can be source code shared on GitHub, answers given to question on Stack Overflow, packages shared on NuGet, courses completed on Treehouse, and much more.
Combination of verified skills and skills the developer has expressed an interest in via information on linked accounts. Interests can be from watching source code on GitHub, Meetup group categories, listed skills on LinkedIn, tags used on Forrst, and much more.
The core traits the developer exhibits through actions taken on linked accounts.
Code repositories the developer has created, owns, or administers. In some instances forked or cloned repositories will be included as well.
Code repositories the developer collaborates on by maintaining, developing, and commiting code. In many instances the developer is a member of the team responsible for the repository.
Code repositories the developer has forked or cloned in order to support development. In most cases changes are made to the supported repository through pull requests.
Code repositories the developer watches or follows driven by an interest in the repository, source code, or functionality.
Code snippets the developer has created and owns.
Educational courses taken in order to increase knowledge of software development skills.
Articles read in order to increase knowledge of software development skills.
Articles written in order to educate and help others in the community.
Answers given to community questions in order to educate and help others in the community.
Presentations created and shared in order to educate and help others in the community.
Recommendations about the coder by peers, supervisors, and others from the community.
All the badges earned on coderbits.
All the badges earned on other sites such as Coderwall, Treehouse, Channel 9, etc.
The teams, organizations, and groups the coder is a member of.
The full history of actions taken by the coder.