Register for your free ticket to our next Digital Dinners event
  • Home
  • Spotlight: Polly Price
Polly Price

Spotlight:Polly Price - Product Manager

As a Product Manager for Axiologik, I focus on turning the strategic business roadmap into a technical roadmap for delivery. Within that, I focus on prioritising value and putting the end user at the centre of what it is that we do because ultimately, we're here to solve problems for them and deliver the best experience possible.

What are you most looking forward to about your new role?

Creating solutions that help to solve people's problems. It’s a universal trait of working in products, regardless of what sector or industry you work in, that you take a customer-centric approach to solving problems in order to deliver value.

As one of Axiologik’s Product Managers I’ll be working with the UK Health Security Agency on the Test and Trace solution, so in terms of this engagement specifically, it feels great to be contributing to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and looking at how we use these technologies to help us in the future as well.

What kind of projects will you be overseeing at Axiologik?

My main engagement is working with the UK Health Security Agency. They’re in the process of completely transforming their operations at the moment, moving away from a response-led model towards a more strategic product-led model and I’ll be helping to steer them through this period of transformation.

I’ll also be working with other Product Specialists at Axiologik to help shape their product community and establish how we can become a leader in the product space as the team continues to grow.

What is your favourite project to date and why?

My favourite project to date would have to be when I worked for a leading UK financial solutions provider to deliver a large-scale digital transformation project that involved creating new platforms for customer credit applications. We were creating a platform for point-of-sale credit and also personal lending, so the idea was that someone could go to their local sofa shop or jewellery store and apply for credit to fund their purchase.

That project really got me thinking about how we can carve things into value streams, and how important it is to stay true to the pace of a minimum viable product methodology and deliver value earlier than anticipated, and often.

Follow Polly Price on LinkedIn

Want to know more about how we can help you deliver digital change?