Salary £40,000 - £60,000 per annum
Consultant Clare Xie
Date posted 15 July 2022london information-technology/product-management 2022-07-15 2022-09-13 it London London GB GBP 40000 60000 60000 YEAR Robert Walters https://www.robertwalters.co.uk https://www.robertwalters.co.uk/content/dam/robert-walters/global/images/logos/web-logos/square-logo.png
The client is a global law firm working with innovative, world leading clients. In this role, you will join a growing strategic product team as a Product Analyst, identifying opportunities for new products and services.
As Product Analyst, you will be joining an open, non-hierarchical team with a focus on identifying opportunities for the team's product suite. You will focus on three main types of analysis:
- Product analysis
- Identify focus areas and design experiments within the team's product strategy.
- Validate and test product hypotheses.
- Use analysis techniques to understand client interaction with the company's products.
- Improve client experience and remove barriers to adoption.
- Identify customer needs using product and market analysis techniques
- Market analysis
- Design and conduct market research to investigate market trends and size.
- Competitor analysis, including development of comparative matrices.
- Monitor the market landscape for legal technology trends, the macro-economic climate, sector specific markets and client needs.
- Financial/service analysis
- Identify methods to streamline processes and data flows.
- Develop a deep understanding of the financials.
- Understand customer perceptions of touchpoints.
- Extensive experience as product focused analyst or within a product team, focusing on B2B2C and B2B products.
- Knowledge of analysis tools including TAM/SAM/SOM, Kano analysis, Value Stream Mapping and Riskiest Assumption Testing.
- Strong understanding of UX principals, as well as Azure, .NET, Angular.
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