Funnel helps the user clean and infuse their reporting data with their unique business logic and rules, allowing data-driven businesses to always be at the top of their game. Since the product launch in 2015, the product has grown to service thousands of marketers all over the world, with Europe and North America as key markets.
Funnel’s product category is starting to take shape, and our ambition is to stay in the number one spot. In 2018 we more than doubled our turnover, which is also the target for 2019. We are now expanding our Product team and are looking for curious and passionate people who want to grow with the company. Bottom line - this is an opportunity to join a category winning SaaS company at an early stage, in a product role that will be part of forming its future success.
As a Product Manager, you are the voice of the user, with a deep understanding of the various use cases and the domain at large. You assist engineering with solution discovery and continuously provide context and direction to help in the prioritization of what to focus on. You also work closely with the commercial teams, ensuring their feedback gets looped into the product development process, as well as making sure they have the information they need to help Funnel win new customers - and help existing customers win with Funnel.
The product development organization consists of three product managers, working in close collaboration with some 30 developers in engineering. The engineering teams are small, autonomous units working in a KanBan process with Continuous Deploy. With the exception of extremely rare events, there are no deadlines. Instead, we take it seriously to always try to reduce the scope and build things iteratively. Although our product vision is always in the back of our heads, our actual planning rarely stretches over more than a couple of weeks. This allows us to always focus on the problems that we think have the biggest impact on the business, right now.
To be successful in this position you’ll need to learn the ins and outs of our customers’ day-to-day processes, prioritization, and problems. You will need to become a domain expert in the field of analytics and learn to recognize great solutions to the problems of our customers. You’ll need to make tough prioritizations, balancing the short with the long term, and always remember that you’re here to serve and enable our customers as well as the other teams at Funnel.
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