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Product Demand Manager

  • Location

    Unknown

  • Sector:

    Business services

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Not Specified

  • Job ref:

    WRT-2021-04-29-3DD2EFF334BE

  • Published:

    about 4 hours ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-02-02

  • Client:

    PWC

Job Description

The Product Demand Manager is responsible for managing the demand assessment process across multiple product lines and also working in conjunction with product leaders to make sure that demand decisions occur within reasonable times. This role is essential to establishing that there is an organized and predictable model for decisioning enhancement requests submitted by the user communities of multiple products.,

  • Flight controller for new product demands bringing order, structure and discipline to the demand pipeline process

  • Responsible for setting the right cadence for pipeline/demand meetings and driving next steps around product demand governance

  • Pipeline reporting to show demand trends and bottlenecks in supply

  • Monitor product demand queue and prepare demands for product governance teams

  • Facilitate demand governance calls and record decisions and reasoning

  • Manage follow-ups with territories to gather more information on requests as needed

  • Manage demand lifecycle as per PwC Global IT guidelines

  • Facilitate the estimation process for territory-funded requests

  • Create/Update PPM plans in ServiceNow for approved demands

  • Supporting stakeholders and customers through product demand governance lifecycle

  • Providing data/updates for product communications

  • Prepare Work Orders for territory-funded initiatives

  • Manage communications to stakeholders regarding demand governance decisions

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Candidate Description

Degree Preferred: Bachelor Degree Preferred Fields of Study: Information Technology, Computer and Information Science, Computer Engineering Certification(s) Preferred: CIS - IT Service Management, CIS - Financial Management, CIS - Project Portfolio Management, CIS - App. Portfolio Management

Preferred Knowledge/Skills: Demonstrates intimate knowledge of, and proven record of success in the following areas

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