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Stephanie Legeyt

Product Manager at MarketInvoice

London, United Kingdom

About Me

I've worked in various sectors across the start up world - retail, enterprise, education - as well as gaining consultancy skills at Accenture working with financial service clients on collaboration technology. The sweet spot for me, what I'm good at and what I enjoy most, is where customer usage meets an amazing product team. 

At Yammer I worked in a world-class Customer Success Team that drove employee engagement and productivity on Enterprise Social networks. Here I was exposed to data-driven product development, A/B testing, solution-selling, customer communities, and ultimately the power of talking about problem solving, not just technology. After being acquired by Microsoft for $1.2b my role expanded to helping the Microsoft Office Division develop a culture and partner ecosystem of cloud usage across the Nordics, South Africa, UK and Ireland. 

I was interested in how Customer Success and Growth strategies could be applied outside the Enterprise sector, specifically in Education. Show My Homework is being used at 1000 schools across the world to drive transparency and consistency in homework for student's outside-the-classroom learning. I developed and led a Customer Success team to drive longer term value and establish roll out strategies at our schools. I worked with the dev team to develop an user base engagement overview to inform product decisions and coordinated the GTM Strategy for the product redesign. 

I'm now enjoying the opportunity to work with the fantastic Pinipa team - an early stage enterprise change platform backed by Passion Capital. Here I'm working with the founding team on developing Product and Customer strategies. 

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