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Dec

PM Stories from the trenches

ProductCamp Austin presents ,
“Product Management Stories from the trenches – a panel discussion”
on Wednesday, the 14th of December, 5:30 pm -7:30 pm @ WeWork University Park

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Our panelists include:

Betsy Stockdale: Betsy is a Business Architect at Seilevel. She is responsible for leading projects to develop requirements following Seilevel’s Requirements Modeling Language (RML). Betsy’s experience includes developing requirements for a variety of systems such as: policy administration system, online reconstruction program, card on file for future purchases, loan origination system, online site search, online product support, web services, project management, tool integrations, and business process design. She provided training for numerous organizations, and presented at events such as IIBA and PMI chapter meetings and Product Camp Austin.

Robert Anderson: As Vice President of Product Management for IDERA, Robert leads an incredible team of product managers and user experience designers that wake up every day seeking to build the most useful and profitable database, IT management and application development products in the industry.

Drew Bixby: Drew believes great products are forged from three things: listening to customers, watching the market, and leveraging latest technologies. He brings over twenty years supporting a wide range of companies – from startups to Fortune 500.

Theresa Huth: Theresa is a product leader bringing together people and ideas to create high quality customer-focused software products. With over 13 years of experience in engineering, management, and product development, she is passionate about solving needs beyond the use cases and developing strong customer relationships. She has a strong background in agile software development, strategic planning, detailed requirements analysis, and iterative delivery. She has worked at Southwest Research Institute, Rackspace Hosting, and WP Engine.

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