New Orleans was recently named America's "Biggest Brain Magnet" by Forbes and the "Coolest Startup City in America" by Inc. magazine. The iSeatz office is located in the IP Building located within the Warehouse & Arts District. The IP Building, founded in 2008 by renowned developer Brian Gibbs, iSeatz, the Idea Village, Launch Pad, and Carrolton Technology Partners has become the epicenter of the New Orleans entrepreneurial movement.
The primary function of the Business Analyst is to act as a communication conduit between the stakeholders and the implementation team. In this role, the Business Analyst is responsible for communication and collaboration between the business and IT, and will serve as the bridge between the needs of our clients, Account Management, Projects Managers, Quality Assurance and the Development teams. The Business Analyst will own the requirements gathering processes and associated distribution of project information. It is the Business Analyst’s responsibility to ensure that all parties understand what is required for successful implementation and delivery.
The Product Manager manages existing products and services as well as developing and integrating new products. In this role, the Product Manager works with Business Intelligence and Account Management to conduct margin analysis, market research, and performance measurement to determine product demand, positioning, viability and profitability. The Product Manager will create formal business cases and product proposals, as well as work as a facilitator between the various internal organizations to ensure processes are negotiated, documented, and executed accurately. The Product Manager leads regularly scheduled meetings centered on system and operational requirements for product changes and new product development. The Product Manager preempts potential problems and provides effective solutions in reaction to the application of concepts, techniques, knowledge, or processes developed to support the new product or product change.