Product Management & Design

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APT’s software helps some of the world’s largest organizations make smarter strategic decisions by taking approaches no one else does. It harnesses the power of terabytes of data, develops insights based on cutting-edge business analytics, and generates direct business recommendations worth millions of dollars.

As a product manager, you’ll partner closely with brilliant engineering and business minds to develop and execute a vision for our software that expands the frontier of data-driven business analytics. Your task is to engage deeply on both sides of this problem, developing sophisticated algorithms, executing financial analysis, designing intuitive interfaces, and thinking like a C-level executive. Throughout, you’ll have full ownership over the features that accomplish these goals, guiding them through the product lifecycle from ideation to mock-ups to implementation to end-user adoption.

Career Paths

No two career paths at APT are exactly alike. But all share a common grounding of flexibility, individualized pacing, and responsibility. Typically, as a college graduate, you will start as an associate product manager. Candidates with significant and relevant prior industry experience may start as a product manager. From there, you'll take on increasing product management responsibilities and more substantial leadership roles within the firm.

  • Associate Product Managers have primary responsibility for driving features through APT’s entire software development process. Working closely with our consulting, software engineering, and user experience teams, they see to it that the end product maximizes value for current and future clients. APM’s have highly tuned analytic skills and a breadth of business knowledge that spans numerous verticals and functional areas, which they apply to each problem to ensure broad applicability. Their responsibility doesn’t stop there, however, as they are also APT’s primary feature drivers, responsible for making sure that everyone, from APT’s internal sales and marketing teams, to a broad base of external clients, are aware of the value-generating possibilities of their features.
     
  • Product Managers oversee the development of one or more of APT’s numerous applications. They have overall responsibility for the entire release: prioritizing and planning features, directing large teams of engineers, testers, and APMs, often taking a hands on role with some particularly high profile features, and working closely with sales and marketing to make sure APT goes to market with its best foot forward. Product Managers also have primary responsibility for their products’ overall short and long term strategies, making sure that they are highly aligned with APT’s broad mission.
     
  • Principal Product Managers focus primarily on the overall definition and execution of APT’s product strategy. They are responsible for ensuring that APT’s cross product priorities are aligned with those of the broader business. They make sure APT’s product teams are always focused on the opportunities that will generate the highest ROI for APT’s clients. PPMs are also the driving force behind APT’s new product initiatives, constantly monitoring the market and APT’s broad client base for emerging business needs that can be addressed through software.
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Meg Gloudemans
User Experience Designer

“As a UX designer at APT, I get to work on projects ranging from small enhancements to completely new features, which means that every day is different. I also sit with the engineering team that builds my designs and it’s pretty cool to see them come to life so quickly!”

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Rohan Mazumdar
Associate Product Manager

“Being a ‘flat’ organization is not just a buzzword at APT, it’s very much in the lifeblood of the company.”

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Jason Shore
Vice President, Product Management

“Product Management at APT is different because of the scope of contributions you’re able to make. Identifying user stories and crafting requirements are part of the role, but we also partner very closely with UX designers, and PMs often take the lead on analytic investigations. We have the chance to work on many facets of a product across multiple industry verticals or clients.”