Experian is looking for a new Product Manager in California. As a leading global information services company, they help businesses in 80 countries manage credit risk, prevent fraud, target marketing offers and automate decision making. And when you work at Experian, you’ll have the opportunity to turn your skill, expertise and passion into a valuable career. Our talented people are making all this happen, and we reward their achievement with a comprehensive benefits package and opportunities for professional development. The elements for your success are all in place at Experian.
So who is the ideal Product Manager for Experian?
You know what it takes to excel in a Product Marketing job. You can author and contribute to product documentation and ensure that development plans meet product and business requirements. Provides product expertise in the support of product sales activities through preparing and updating product information, conducting sales training, and participating in client presentations. Collaborates with product management, pre-sales, delivery and development to ensure that products meet key market requirements.
Conducts research and analyzes data on market trends, product positioning, pricing and revenue, competitor products and services to identify relevant product solutions. Tracks product performance, assesses contribution to company revenue and market position, and recommends product or marketing modifications to maximize value and increase product penetration. Collaborates with the marketing team to execute product marketing plans and initiatives. Supports specific product or cross-product line software activities
Going to need a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or Computer Science or equivalent experience, 2–4 years related experience. Be a self-starting problem solver, with strong written, verbal and analytical skills. Definitely have Knowledge of Financial Services industry, with preference for an understanding of how software products deliver business benefits to our clients and partner organizations. Deep knowledge of marketing strategies and concepts and marketing communications principles. Project management and organizational skills, effectively work within cross-functional teams.
What does Experian have to say about their company?
the story of Experian can be traced back as far as 1900, across three continents, to three primary organizations. Over the subsequent century, a series of events, mergers, splits, and reorganizations would uniquely position the combination of Europe’s leading information services company, CCN; the largest credit bureau in the U.S., TRW; and Brazil’s first credit agency, Serasa to form Experian the world’s leading information services company.
That was 1996. Today, Experian provides data and analytical tools to clients around the world and across almost every major industry, from telecommunications and healthcare to government and automotive. Though our past is diverse, an analysis of our history shows some pervasive consistencies:
We are the risk takers, repeatedly taking big bets on new markets and groundbreaking technology to move our business forward.
We are the fierce, and often relentless, in our determination to see things through.
We question everything, from the smallest service detail to an entire business model—always with a willingness to break the mold.
These themes are woven throughout our past and will continue to define our efforts long into the future.