About Vendr

Vendr is one of the largest buyers of software in the world. With over $500m+ in savings for our customers, across $4.2bn worth of processed spend, our platform enables 3,000+ organizations to save every time they purchase SaaS. Headquartered in Boston with a second location in Charleston and over 150 employees, we are building a team that can take us to the future state of frictionless buying. Some customers include HubSpot, The Washington Post, and DraftKings.

In June 2022 we announced that we raised $150 million at a $1 billion valuation for our Series B, co-led by Craft Ventures and Softbank

Since 2018, we have:

  • Managed $4,2b+ in software spend
  • Saved $500M+ for our customers

We want you to join us on our mission to fix how companies buy SaaS. We want to hear from you if you're looking for an opportunity to make a significant impact, solve interesting challenges, and help customers. Join Vendr's pioneering teams and help transform how companies discover, purchase, and manage software. 

Vendr is a fast-moving startup building a modern SaaS marketplace aimed at completely transforming the way that SaaS is bought and sold. As the ideal candidate, you possess a strong product vision and the initiative to act on it. You act with urgency because speed is a massive competitive advantage. You love to “start with why”, obsess over customers, focus on data-driven decision making, make calculated bets, collaborate tightly with colleagues, manage stakeholder expectations, develop validated backlogs, produce clear requirements, and work tirelessly to deliver measurable customer impact.

As the product leader for our Seller Experience team, you will be directly responsible for assuring that we successfully deliver critical value to Sellers in our multi-sided marketplace model. You are squarely focused on onboarding, activating, and retaining Sellers by providing them with the capabilities, data, and intelligence capabilities they require to claim Vendr as a critical component of an effective sales motion. In partnership with business development stakeholders, you will be directly responsible for getting our Suppliers hooked on the value of Vendr in 30 days or less.

Reporting Structure

The Senior Product Manager reports to the Director of Product


  • Product Strategy: Understand our market, the competitive landscape, the gaps and opportunities in our product experience, and assess emergent opportunities, growth options, and performance bottlenecks. Connect corporate strategy to product objectives that deliver features and capabilities that maximize customer value.
  • Roadmap Development: Produce an objective-aligned roadmap that can be vetted by executive management and shared with the entire company on a quarterly basis. Clarify dependencies across teams and the impact they may have on delivery timelines.
  • Feature Prioritization: Provide an evidence-based backlog of customer Jobs to Be Done, combining customer impact scores, growth and retention drivers, objectives, confidence levels, and more. Prove your prioritization and project ROI with management.
  • Process Adherence: Ensure that you are well-integrated into the established product process, following our standards with a high attention to detail. Advocate for changes that help PMs, engineers, and UX work together to efficiently deliver an exceptional experience.
  • Product expertise: Establish and maintain a comprehensive understanding of Vendr’s entire platform in order to identify, propose, and help direct product improvements. Be capable of expertly providing product demonstrations to customers and internal teams.
  • Cross-functional collaboration: Regularly sync with the EM and Design lead on your team along with other key stakeholders across the organization to understand cross-functional strategy, discover blockers, manage quality, and ensure effective prioritization and delivery.
  • Product measures: Help define and manage key performance indicators for your functional area. Work with the data team to create analytics dashboards that measure your progress. Support the creation and execution of OKRs and report back measurable impact.
  • Customer Obsession: Directly participate in customer and prospect calls to keep a pulse on product sentiment, and to help identify and prioritize opportunities. Capture as much signal as possible, and groom candidate feature ideas in our public portal for customer feedback.
  • Drive impact: Ensure you understand customer pain points and create product experiences that solve the JTBD. Make the most effective decisions possible when prioritizing our investment so that new capabilities contain relevant enhancements that deliver measurable customer impact.


  • At least 8 years of experience in product management, with at least 5 years of direct experience operating as PM for a multi-sided marketplace.
  • Deep familiarity with multi-sided marketplace mechanics including platform mechanics, seller value proposition, revenue models, partnership models, and network effects.
  • Prior experience in supplier relationship management, procurement, or operations in a B2B context is essential. Experience working with multi-sided marketplaces in a B2B SaaS context is an absolute must.
  • Experience utilizing the Jobs to Be Done framework, writing PRDs, and leveraging ProductBoard (or equivalent) for advanced prioritization modeling is a must.
  • Startup experience, with a proven track record of delivering successful products in a fast-paced environment. Experience as a startup founder is a huge plus.
  • Strong analytical skills, with the ability to use data to drive decision-making.
  • Ability to deliver an exceptional product experiences. You have tight relationships with product designers and can help support, promote, and recognize great UX.
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to articulate complex ideas to both technical and non-technical stakeholders.
  • Incredibly strong attention to detail, with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and stakeholders simultaneously.

Why Vendr

  • We’re a disruptor - we’re changing the way SaaS is purchased and managed
  • We have the right value proposition at this time, (we save companies time and money and help them grow efficiently)
  • We’re a startup with durable growth
  • We have great people and a strong culture, (check out our values here)
  • Competitive pay & benefits **applicable to U.S. employees, ask our team for details on our International benefits**
    • Medical, Dental, Vision with 75% company-paid premiums
    • HSA contribution
    • Flexible PTO
    • 12 paid company holidays in addition to PTO
    • 4% 401k matching with no vesting period
    • WFH stipend
    • Education & wellness reimbursement
    • All Mac environment


Vendr is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law. While we are interested in qualified applicants who are permanently eligible to work for any employer in the United States, we are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship for employment visas at this time.


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