What is my profile called and what job can I get?
Hi, I am working as a Product Manager for Microsoft CRM, SharePoint and our own ERP. My job includes managing the leads generated from marketing and tele-calling. The most interseting part of my job is that for every new project : 1) I do the requirement analysis. 2) I functionally consult the customer during requirement gathering. 3) I note down the requirements and explain them to my technical team. 4) I build the relation with the client and act as a messenger between my company and theirs. The problem is, I am working as a Prod Mgr for 7 months now. Mine is a well established company in hardware but not in IT. What are the job opportunities I can expect? Will companies pick me up as a business analyst or a functional consultant on my current experience? What are the steps to pursue a career in these two fields of my interest? I am a BE grad with 57% aggregate and have worked as atechnicall support engr for 3 months before this job. Kindly suggest me the correct path. you can even reply me privately on firstname.lastname@example.org
Asked By: eFuse ~ftW - 1/17/2012
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I guess you can choose between, functional consultant, business analyst, project manager, product manager, pre sales consultant etc.
Answered By: Fulltime IT Consultant and part time photographer - 1/19/2012
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It depends, The best way is to register yourself in any Jobportal site like Monster or Naukri
Answered By: Ajay R Kamath - 1/17/2012
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