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Product Manager -Payment Platform (Credit Cards) in Palo Alto, CA



$80K - $100K*


Technical Product Management


Less than 5 years

Job Description

We are looking for a talented, enthusiastic and dedicated person to join's Product Management team and help us eliminate the use of paper checks with Small and Medium Sized Businesses! This person will help reinvent the way Small and Medium Sized Businesses pay and get paid in a secure fashion.


Own and manage the roadmap for credit card payments and provide holistic & innovative payments offering by clearly understanding the business goals and customer needs across multiple channels (Direct customers, Accountants & Bank partners)

Innovate, define and deliver high priority payments initiatives by working closely with a cross-functional team of Developers, QA, Designers, 3rd-party partners and more

Conduct market research to understand the latest B2B payment trends in US and provide recommendations with business justification and supporting data

Experience/Background to be successful in this role

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Valid through: 2020-4-2


William H. "Bill" Compton, Jr. (October 6, 1945, Rockford, Illinois – August 27, 2007) was a mental health advocate in California who attained national stature. After suffering a mental health crisis in 1989, he became heavily involved in self-help and patients' rights advocacy issues. Between 1994 and 2007 he was the head of a large network of peer support groups. Beginning in 1994, Compton headed Project Return: The Next Step (PR:TNS), a consumer-run self-help network supported by the National Mental Health Association of Greater Los Angeles. In May 2007, the organization was renamed Project Return Peer Support Network. He became director of the network when the sponsoring organization decided to turn the networks administration over to those who used its services. Compton built the network from about thirty peer-support groups to more than one hundred, which employed about one hundred individuals in positions ranging from stipend to full-time, serving several thousand individuals with serious mental disorders. The network included projects that Compton developed, such as PR:TNS Discovery Centers, which provided personal and professional growth opportunities, and the Friendship Line, an after-hours phone service that provided peer-to-peer support for people with mental illness.
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