TPM Technical Product Manager
Symphony Solutions is a cloud transformation company headquartered in Amsterdam, with offices in the Netherlands, US, Ukraine, Macedonia, and Poland. Symphony Solutions recently celebrated 10 years of continuous service, and we attract many people with our open, welcoming culture and Dutch-inspired environment.
At Symphony Solutions we believe that this kind of organizational culture is the optimal environment to attract and retain the best talents, fully develop them and leverage their potential. We have a unique employee selection process where colleagues choose colleagues. Such an approach eliminates possible conflicts and ensures honest and transparent relationships with clients and within the team. Symphony Solutions is a company that strives to be the Best Price/Performance and the easiest to do business with.
Working with Scrum Teams with Senior and mid Java developers. Support team is comprised of TPM/BA, Scrum Master and Architect
- Alignment with Product Roadmap, documenting User Stories and Acceptance Criteria
- Experience in the definition of MVP and division of tasks into Backlog items
- Ability to translate business requirements into functional and non-functional requirements
- Prioritize product features, concepts, communicate and advocate the product vision at the team level
- Manage product direction and scope for developers
- Constant support of the development team
- Software tests and presentations to ensure that new functions meet customer expectations
- Professional experience as Business Analyst in Scrum teams minimum of 5 years
- Fluent knowledge of microservice architecture and communication through Rest API Familiarity with relational and non-relational databases
- Understanding of SDLC
- Fluent in English
(Not a must have, but can be a plus):
- Airline domain experience
- Good understanding of Travel Industry Experience in working with VIZ and Grafana
Summary of the project:
Currently, the client-side deals with transactions on mainframes. There are millions of transactions that have hit mainframes. This has been analyzed by experts, if we move selected functions right out of the mainframes, it will be a significant cost saving. This is one of the mainframe offloading projects that aim to move data processing to an open system instead of the older Mainframe TPF module.