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From Technical Account Manager to Project Manager 🚀

I recently transitioned from being a technical account manager at Pipedrive to a project manager in another company. Here you will find my advice for professionals that are thinking of making the same move:

So, for starters, what do these job titles even mean? What’s “technical account management” and what’s a “customer success department”?First, full disclaimer, this is my personal definition, not the ”dictionary” one.

A technical account manager is the person who delves into the technical difficulties that a client is facing. They need to investigate every single detail and be aware of the technical boundaries of the solution... (More)

📽️ From Zero to Launch - How the Pipedrive team launched a new product from scratch | September 8, 2021

If you couldn't make it to the live event or would like to rewatch, you can find below the full 'From Zero to Launch' product meetup. This is a unique opportunity to hear Krishna Panicker, Maria Lasprilla, Jana Waldschmidt and Agne Kinks share their stories on how the Pipedrive team launched a new product from scratch 🚀

 

https://youtu.be/S8zvKoVIkvA

From Zero to Launch - How the Pipedrive team launched a new product from scratch 🚀 | September 8, 2021

Most product professionals will have to work with an existing product or a subsection of it. Launching a new product is an experience very few go through. Luckily, these days Pipedrive is going through a transition into a multi-product company to cater to the evolving needs of its customers. As a result, one of our product teams had the opportunity to take one product to the market from scratch.

If you are wondering how specific product roles like research, design, and product management work together and separately in their specialized roles to make that happen, then this event... (More)