Product Management, Outdoor (m/F)
Job TitleProduct Management, Outdoor (m/F)
- 3-years MAG based product strategy for the assigned product portfolio, based upon business objectives, trends, opportunity scouting, competitive benchmarking, and segment strategies (systems and services roadmaps).
- Ensures that the product strategy and roadmap reflects and supports systems architectures (eg PoE, IP, etc) and strategies as well as services strategies (eg LAAS, etc)
- Defines the pruning strategy and executes, in close co-operation with Supply and Markets
- Is part of the IPD team and represents the voice of the customer•Drives MIP, works closely with IPM, Development and Supply. Ensures proper validation with customers and takes care of a smooth market introduction together with Product Marketing managers in markets
- Drives ICOS development and manages IGM and profitability for the assigned product portfolio•Delivers values based product pricing (nnsp) to markets based upon value analysis and competitor product benchmarks
- Defines cost targets for the assigned portfolio based upon market conditions (regional market conditions and competitor analysis) as input for the cost road map•Defines WAP for Trade focused LED lums and takes care of market WAP escalations (approval of below WAP sales) according the agreed WAP protocol
- Takes care of faultless product content and deliverables as in MIP, closely working with LAT, Development, Supply and Data Management•Assesses product support collateral needs with Product Marketing in markets, and develops the support tools plan together with the SVAL (marcom)
Typically requires a Bachelor's degree with > 5 years of related experience, or a Master's degree with < 3 years of related experience in Engineering / Technology / Marketing or a related discipline
Fluent English level (writtent, spoken) is mandatory.
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Nick specializes in developing embedded software for Philips Lighting. He’s essentially responsible for implementing channels that connect hardware systems together.
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