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WEBINAR: NCR Corp. Product Director of The Key Drivers of Product Market Fit
Driving the product market fit is one of the most fundamental pillars of building successful products - be it in an early stage startup or within an established enterprise. It’s the proverbial holy grail - but how do you drive it? What are the key elements to consider, measure and pivot on? In this session, NCR Corp Director of Product Amit Acharya speaks on driving the product market fit through the lens of a startup as well as an enterprise.
About The Speaker: Amit Acharya is Director of Product at NCR Corporation. Before joining NCR, Amit served as Head of Product at Gigster, where he built industry leading SaaS, software and hardware products in the space of cloud integration, API Management, and middleware serving verticals such as banking, automobile, retail, and airlines. In his previous role as IBM Product Director, he drove worldwide product management and led strategic alignment to ensure top-down transparency and bottom-up relationships. Empathy, learning and swift adaptation within product, teams and operation structure are the core pillars that drive his leadership in product management. Amit holds an MBA from Duke University and a MS in ECE from Purdue University.