Curlec is the only payments company in Malaysia that aims to help businesses in Malaysia control their money movement seamlessly with its wide product suite. Having started in the recurring payment business, Curlec has expanded into other payments and software services such as Real-Time Payouts and Subscription Billing.
Curlec was recently acquired by Razorpay, the largest online payments and neobanking platform for businesses in India, to help enter and scale its business in Southeast Asia. Razorpay serves over 8 million businesses and is backed by some of the world’s marquee investors that include Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global, Mastercard and TCV, and was part of the prestigious Silicon Valley tech accelerator, Y Combinator.
Associate Product Managers (APM) at Curlec are responsible for owning the accountability of the product in addition to identifying problems, prioritizing problems and solving them through product - right from conceptualization to launch. Come on board and shape Curlec’s digital payments products for the future. Build state-of-the-art products to meet the industry, business and customer needs. Should be equally comfortable carving out a quarterly roadmap and running weekly sprints while managing stakeholders, merchants and customers expectations (needs/requirements). You must be comfortable dealing with ambiguity. Associate Product Managers at Curlec are learning the tricks and trades of full-stack Product Management and get exposure to customers and strategic discussions internally.
Conceptualize new solutions: Product Conceptualization with a problem first, data-driven and test & iterate approach. Ensures conceptualization from a platform and a long-term view. Ensures value-based prioritization of product initiatives.
Build products: Produce high-quality product specifications (User Stories) and effectively prioritize and manage the scope of each product launch to deliver key capabilities on time. Manages a cross-functional process for prioritizing and building products.
Launch products: Draft and execute a go-to-market plan in conjunction with Product Marketing. Be the internal and external authority and advocate for your given area of focus.
Agility: The focus is on providing value to customers through quick, iterative cycles of discovery and delivery, ensuring that corporate strategy, commercial planning, product development, and client support are all in sync.
You will be a good fit for this role if:
You understand technology, but love customer-first & business-first thinking
You have prior experience in product management space in any industry with at least 2-5 years of experience
You're comfortable with drawing processes, workflows, and writing high-quality product documentation.
Problem-solving and detail orientation come naturally to you
You have an analytical and data-driven approach in day-to-day work. Energetic self-starter with the ability to work independently in a competitive and fast-paced environment
You are curious about things around you in general. And like to question the ‘Why’ behind things
You have tinkered with software development as a student or an intern
In addition to providing attractive compensation and benefits, and flexible work arrangements, Curlec offers you impactful & challenging problem statements, an environment with an amazing peer group. We are a young and energetic company, you will have the opportunity to grow with the company and be a part of the payment revolution in the region!
Our team come from a variety of backgrounds and we welcome diversity – submit your applications by clicking the Apply Now button below.
Curlec is a full-stack payments solution that makes it easy for businesses of all sizes to collect payments, automate payouts and take control of their cash flow.
Today, Curlec is part of the Razorpay group – India’s leading Payments and Banking Platform for businesses. The company serves over 8 million businesses and is backed by some of the world’s marquee investors that include Sequoia Capital India, Tiger Global, Lone Pine Capital and TCV, and was part of the prestigious Silicon Valley tech accelerator, Y Combinator.