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Prior to this role, I spent about four years in consulting at Bain & Company after my MBA at Wharton. I was looking to get into a strategy role in a fast-growing tech business. I was considering various potential strategy/bizops roles in tech, especially fintech. Since I had experience with customer-driven growth strategy and customer experience through various projects at Bain, my current strategy/bizops role focused on customer success seemed to make a lot of sense. Also, I liked how this role is aligned with Intuit's growth engine - its small business and self-employed group (SBSEG). I think the customer perspective is fundamental to any SaaS/software business's growth strategy - you've got to figure out how to retain and increase the value of your customers.
My role entails developing and driving the execution of strategies to achieve two broad goals: improve the customer experience for Intuit's small business users while managing cost, and retain and increase the lifetime value of existing customers. I work with a variety of stakeholders across bizops, customer success, finance, sales, marketing, and operations. In addition, I am a co-leader of my team's MBA summer intern recruiting effort.