The Website Product Manager will report to the Manager - Sales Technology and will lead the design, development and implementation for the Sales customers’ online global B2B websites. This role is ideal for business person that understands web technology. The position requires a combination of strategic vision, a passion for online user experience, project management skills, and a high level of familiarity with web technology projects. The Product Manager will lead a team of 3 business resources and coordinate overall business activities related to the delivery of B2B website projects. In addition to leading a team, this person will work with business stakeholders, IT, internal customers, and external customers. The Product Manager will need to combine an understanding of both business process and customer life cycles in order optimize how these interactions can be implemented online. The role will identify, incorporate and leverage functionality from other projects into the website for both current and future projects. To ensure the sites are relevant and customer oriented, the Product Manager will work closely with the Sales teams and customers to ensure alignment and appropriate prioritization. The Product Manager will work closely with the IT team to ensure the project is on time and on budget. The role will participate in a variety of project lifecycle activities including kick-off meetings, requirements gathering, design sessions, testing, and troubleshooting. In addition, he or she will analyze the various projects for implications and opportunities for the Sales organization and effectively summarize the findings on a weekly basis. The Product Manager will represent Sales' customers (B2B), concerns and benefits and act as a liaison between Sales and other business and IT teams. The Product Manager is also responsible for promoting Sales business strategies, initiatives and technology projects in multiple, concurrent cross divisional technology projects. He or she will accomplish this by communicating and clarifying Sales business needs and priorities and by seeking out subject matter experts within and external to Sales in order to possess an understanding of the relevant systems, capabilities, and respective technologies and objectives.