Meet the Ona: Carlos Koteich


We’re giving a Meet the Ona shout out to Carlos Koteich, Technical Leader in Product Management at Onapsis. Carlos went to college in Venezuela and moved to Boston for his Masters and worked in the U.S. as a consultant in market intelligence and product management as well as for a Venezuelan family business. After relocating to Buenos Aires, he’s continued to expand on product management experience and skills. Today, his focus areas include feature development, roadmap management and operational intelligence.

What about Onapsis attracted you to join?

When I started interviewing at Onapsis, I felt like it was a place where I would enjoy every work day. I always wanted to join an environment that is enjoyable and becoming friends with my teammates, working hard and playing hard. I was not wrong!

Describe your role. What does a typical day look like for you?

A typical day at Onapsis will go by quickly—which is something I love. Before I even realize it, it’s past lunch and I’ve already synced with the UX and Engineering team on upcoming features and met with Product Management to work on giving more value to our customers, and enhance our internal product processes.

What’s the most important thing you’ve learned at Onapsis? 

It may sound cookie cutter, but I’ve learned to think outside the box. One of the most important skills I’ve developed has been analytical thinking, and getting to the bottom of the problem before thinking about the solution.

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

I am always eating or cooking something in my spare time. That, playing the guitar and watching movie reviews on YouTube—even for movies I haven’t seen.

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