The Core Commerce Platform (CCP) team enables one of Microsoft's most business critical needs: electronic monetization of products and services. CCP powers all of Microsoft's key businesses - Azure, Office 365, XBOX, Bing Ads, a Windows App Store, to name just a few. Whatever the business Microsoft is in, monetization is a critical part. With a global presence in over 240 markets, close to 150 million transactions a day, and approximately a half billion dollars of revenue processed per month, CCP services need to be true internet scale and have state of the art availability, reliability and responsiveness. CCP is in continuous agile evolution, through a services-oriented engineering model, in which the overall solution consists of well integrated but loosely coupled and independent services. The Billing and Financials Group (BFG) is the part of Core Commerce Platform that fuels the storefronts by integrating billing information with the finance systems of record to ensure the online sales
We're looking for a great PM with services experience to help us build the right primitives and capabilities that will allow Azure, Office and our Microsoft partners to deliver innovative business models on our platform, and with the business acumen to deeply understand all of Microsoft's online business models and markets. This particular role entails ownership of the design and prioritization of features in our Invoicing capability and online experiences supporting the same.
5 years experience in Program Management working on large, complex systems. Experience driving end to end solutions including integrations with multiple components from multiple teams. Knowledge of great workflow and business process modelling. Ability to drive requirements conversations with technical and non technical teams. BS/Masters in Computer Science, Engineering, or related discipline. Proficient with Agile software develpoment methodologies. Demonstrated experience in technical requirements gathering and translation of business requirements into functional specifications Familiarity with