AI Chatbot Product Owner, Intuit
Casey Philips is a successful Product Manager specialized in software and tech products. Currently, he is in charge of chatbot development in Intuit. Casey areas of expertise include Project Management, Software Development, Digital Product testing and digital content strategy. He started out his career developing applications that improve the efficiency of
business processes, and thanks to his talents, promptly rose to management positions. Experience as a software developer gives Casey a unique insight into the internal mechanics of software development processes. Since then, he has helped a number of companies to design their software strategy, to improve the performance of their tech infrastructure, and to grow their products. Casey has excellent communication skills, which allow him to effectively work with diverse teams on delivering the best results. During his work in an early-stage startup, Casey gained experience in pre-release product testing. In addition to that, he is an excellent technical writer. He carefully documented the best practices he discovered and developed on his previous positions enabling his colleagues to draw on his unique insight and experience. All of these helped Casey to develop strong skills on all levels of Product Management from software development to strategy design and team coordination to testing. He is also a holder of a number of prestigious certificates such as the Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-BMA), Professional in Project Management (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), all of which confirm his expertise in the field. Casey's other professional forte is web content writing and content strategy. He is a regular contributor to popular online publications including The Startup and Chatbot Magazine. Casey wants to make a positive impact on the world, and he believes that the best way to do it is to develop a better technology.
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