About Mixpanel

Mixpanel is the most advanced analytics platform for mobile and web. Our mission is to help the world learn from its data. With Mixpanel, companies can understand how people use their mobile applications and web-based products to grow their business. Every app has unique insights that can determine success—Mixpanel is the analytics platform to uncover and act on those insights. We have more than 4,000 customers and 372 million users analyzing 60 billion events. Mixpanel achieved true profitability in February 2012 and is backed by top investors, including Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, and Y Combinator.

About the Role

  • Serves as an application owner for key application solutions such as ERP, CRM, Customer Support, HR, and billing solutions
  • Partners with Engineering, IT, Finance, HR, Legal, and other department leaders to align technology solutions with business initiatives
  • Defines and maintains the Business Application vision and roadmap, in alignment with business partners
  • Directs the functions and goals for Business Application system requirements, technical analysis, development, and support
  • Directs the development of project scope definition and development projects to ensure on time and on budget delivery of Business Application projects
  • Ensures corporate technologies comply with IT general controls and best practices


  • Manage the business application portfolio including the interfaces to critical business data within the core Mixpanel product
  • Oversee all application testing, data governance, data quality and master data management processes and resources to ensure timely, accurate, reliable and actionable data is used across theenterprise
  • Manage the effective allocation and deployment of Business Application resources including both employees an external contractors
  • Manage the oversight of third-party software vendors and systems integrators or other technology partners
  • Implement an appropriate business applications methodology/SDLC that is consistent with Mixpanel's size, strategy, and priorities
  • Define, plan, and manage complex, concurrent projects to major milestones
  • Set and manage expectations of internal and external customers and other project stakeholders with respect to project scope, timeline, and deliverables
  • Conduct regular cross-functional program meetings with IT, and business teams throughout the project lifecycle, from discovery and design through to post production support
  • Communicate the status of critical projects with key business and IT stakeholders. Identify and mitigate risks relative to the reliability, availability, security and operation of critical business applications.


  • Bachelor's degree in a technical field or equivalent years of experience
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in enterprise or business systems in a medium or large-sized organization
  • Prior experience and knowledge of ERP, CRM, HCM, Payroll, and BI/Reporting systems with specific hands-on experience in either Salesforce.com or NetSuite
  • Experience evaluating and selecting enterprise SaaS/ERP solutions
  • Excellent oral, written, and inter-personal communications and presentation skills
  • Strong leadership, coaching, and mentoring skills
  • Demonstrated skills in strategic and critical thinking, negotiation, and relationship building
  • Ability to work with a range of technical resources, business partners, and 3rd party vendor to develop joint solutions
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work
  • Understanding of the software development life-cycle and how to leverage it for Business Applications

Mixpanel is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer supporting workforce diversity. 

FLSA Status: exempt

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records

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