Beeline is the world's largest independent provider of solutions for sourcing and managing the complex world of contingent labor. Our software helps procurement, sourcing, and human resources professionals optimize costs, reduce risks, and add value to their services procurement and contingent workforce programs.
I have managed B2B and B2C products/brands in the education, food, telecommunications, and transportation industries; predominantly applying emerging technology to meet business objectives. My recent experience has been leading cross-functional teams in developing software with APIs and leveraging the power of the Internet to build next generation learning apps Ensuring quality, I followed a solid methodology (including Agile practices), starting with a discovery phase. Built business cases, wrote requirements, identified critical consumer and market factors and then determined the project price. Gaining approval from stakeholders, we moved to the production phases: alpha, beta, testing, quality assurance and launch. I played a key role driving cycles and project management. The products consisted of: developer portal, learning management system features, websites, promotional advertising, business management and corporate intranet applications. The brands I supported were: Pearson, LearningStudio, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Quiznos, Red Robin, Noodles & Co. and RubberMaid. Supporting national brands included managing third party vendors like, contract developers, design firms, copywriters, hosting facilities and software providers. Specialties: Product development using APIs, Identify consumer insights/Advisory boards, Roadmap prioritization, Develop business cases; Document requirements; Identify market factors; Agency search and relationship management; Merchandising programs; Branding & Identity; Lead creative teams; Project management; Calendar planning; Product: development, management, positioning, packaging and pricing; Coordinate products throughout their lifecycle; Maximize sales of assigned product line.