Leading hands-on product development experience through entire Software Development Life Cycle.

Top Accomplishments

  • Work as part of Product Management teams for 16 Products.
  • Real experience with developing and managing the multi-platform products.
  • Experience in such domain areas as Web Security and Cyber Security, Taxi booking apps, Restaurant systems, Talent evaluation and recruiting platforms, Shipping and Delivery apps, CRMs mobiles apps, Collaboration and Video conferencing platforms, Search engines, Game portals.
  • Managing large and small international and outsourced engineering projects and teams.
  • Experience with various technologies like ruby on rails, java, c#, php, objective c, javascript

Expertise details

  • 2 years of Product Management experience, define and manage Product vision and roadmap, product backlog, user stories and requirements definition with wireframing.
  • 3 years of IT Executive experience as CEO, CTO and Director of Engineering.
  • 6 years of proven experience using Scrum and applying Agile principles and practices as Agile consultant, Agile Project manager or Scrum master.
  • 8 years of IT Management experience as Project manager, Delivery manager or Senior project manager.
  • 11 years of IT technical experience.

How I can be helpful

  • Drive the vision and execution of a product.
  • Reduce product development costs.
  • Build customer confidence through on-time delivery.
  • Improving communication and transparency (and trust) from your development team.
  • help to understand the impact of technologies on your roadmap, and how they drive innovation.
  • Improve prioritization and planning for product features.

Areas of Expertise

  • Product management and Product development
  • MVP and MFP for new products or ideas
  • Saas products and multi-platform products e.g. web, iOS and Android clients..
  • Agile Project and Product Management,

Recent Posts

The truth about idea stealing

January 28th, 2016|Startups|

The truth about idea stealing Writtent  by BY DAVE SCHOOLS So many of us start the new year bursting with new product and business ideas. Yet, after asking my personal network if they’d share their ideas [...]

Minimum Viable Team

January 24th, 2016|Productivity, Startups|

Minimum Viable Team This post is just "saving" and it's written by Sachin Rekhi  at http://www.sachinrekhi.com/blog/2016/01/11/minimum-viable-team   Every startup I've worked at folks have lamented about how there were never enough resources to accomplish everything they wanted [...]

The Product Manager vs The Product Owner

January 17th, 2016|Product Management|

The Product Manager vs The Product Owner With the wide scale adoption of Agile methods amongst software development teams, understanding the difference between the Product Manager and the Product Owner role is a frequent discussion [...]

The Experience Makes the Product, Not the Features

December 21st, 2015|Design/UX, Startups|

The Experience Makes the Product, Not the Features Your app's customers aren't won over by features. They're won over by the product experience. It’s in this context that you need to shape your product releases—not [...]

SaaS Marketing Myths

December 8th, 2015|Product Management, Startups|

SaaS Marketing Myths a few persistent myths on how to market SaaS solutions still linger.  Some of these ideas probably made sense at one time, but no longer apply.  Others never really made sense… but [...]

Service model canvas

November 19th, 2015|Product Management, Startups|

Service model canvas About the service model canvas The Service Model Canvas asks a number of questions about the service, such as who are the users? Why would someone use the service? What competition is [...]

10 Data-Backed Product Tips to Skyrocket User Satisfaction

November 17th, 2015|Product Management|

10 Data-Backed Product Tips to Skyrocket User Satisfaction * This article is part of a book called “How a Product Manager Can Keep Customers Happy when Releasing a Major Product Update” The road to churn [...]

Things that aren’t progress

November 13th, 2015|Startups|

When founders choose bad goals, they create bad metrics around them and try to hit those metrics. This means that those founders are optimizing for things that look like progress, but aren't. This is dangerous [...]

The Art Of UX In MVP

October 18th, 2015|Design/UX, Product Management|

The Art Of UX In MVP UX is UX is UX – right? Not really. User Experience Designers (UXDs) working on Minimum Viable Product (MVP) builds have it rough. The thought process has to shift [...]

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