Product Manager (B2B)

Location: Asia-Pacific - Singapore
BU/Function: RazerGold
Seniority: Manager & Professionals
Job Code: 1785

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop industry leading B2B payments products that uniquely serve our business customers
  • Lead and collaborate with cross-functional teams and stakeholders to conceptualize, design, develop, test and launch Razer Gold products
  • Gather and define product requirements and break down into executable user stories for development team to deliver quality product within timeline
  • Be the owner of your products and responsible for the full end-to-end product lifecycle
  • Define success metrics and consistently measure the impact of your products
  • Develop and maintain a prioritized product backlog
  • Perform market analysis in different regional markets and make product adjustments to better meet the needs and wants of the target markets
  • Create product strategy documents that describe business cases, high-level use cases, unique selling proposition, projections, ROI and technical requirements etc.
  • Collect and analyze user feedbacks to support strategy formulation and business decision-making
  • Keep abreast of industry changes and innovations

Pre-Requisites

  • 3+ years’ experience as a product manager with a tech software company
  • Demonstrable success in launching new products or features with clear metrics and impact; ideally in a gaming, tech, fintech, ecommerce or startup environment
  • Good knowledge and working experience in B2B payments products are preferred
  • A degree in computer science, software engineering, engineering, information technology, business, finance, economics or related fields
  • Excellent communication skill and be able to build strong partnership with internal and external partners
  • Good time and project management skills and able to work under tight timeline
  • Highly resourceful and good problem-solving skill
  • Good analytical and quantitative skills with the ability to use data and metrics to back up assumptions, recommendations and drive actions