Our client is a privately-owned e-commerce, fulfillment, distribution, and data analytics service provider located in the Detroit metropolitan area. They have quickly grown to become an industry leader in e-commerce end-to-end brand management and operational logistics. They have a growing staff of over 100 awesome people responsible for managing over 1 million consumer transactions annually. Our client feels the sky is the limit for their dedicated workforce to grow personally and professionally in their organization. They have a positive, energetic, and driven leadership team that places its people first. With two parent companies that have been in business for a combined 153 years, they have the culture of a large start-up with the benefit of stability. Their values embrace hard work, team building, positivity, innovation, out-of-the-box thinking, and appreciation for each other.
The Vice President of Digital Product Information and Strategy will ensure our client’s supported online channels offer their products with a compelling user experience to drive sales and customer loyalty. They will control the product catalog, product information, and brand presence. The successful candidate will bring a high level of ownership to the role and be able to execute on dynamic day-to-day optimizations while also thinking strategically about business goals and how to plan ahead.
This position reports to the Chief Operations Officer and has four direct reports with teams.
Our client is seeking a passionate and driven person to lead their Digital Catalog department. The Vice President of Digital Product Information and Strategy will oversee and manage the product catalog ensuring the quality of product data across multiple marketplaces. They will evaluate, monitor, and improve every aspect of product presentation. This is a very data-driven and technical role, but people skills are equally important. The Vice President will be tasked with creating a broad strategy that addresses all product, data, data analysis and marketplace issues. They will cultivate data from meaningful sources (industry trends, competitive analyses, usability studies, analytics, customer care, e-commerce best practices, etc.) to inform and prioritize decisions.
This leader will manage the digital catalog, data and analytics.