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The success of any consulting company is based on the quality of its people. Companies that are able to attract the best people and then effectively train those people on the technical aspects of their job will thrive.”
Criss has responsibility for Delivery Operations at ATG, which is the umbrella of functions required to find talent, onboard and train those resources, and get them staffed onto projects (Recruiting, Training, and Staffing). He is also the product owner of ATG’s internal Salesforce org. Criss enjoys leveraging his 20+ years of experience in delivery to optimize the internal operations of the company, with the goal of providing a world-class employee experience to our team.
Criss came to ATG through the acquisition of Code Zero, which he co-founded in 2016. At Code Zero, Criss was responsible for establishing and maintaining all internal operations of the company. He also had ownership of the delivery organization overseeing all projects and working on some of Code Zero’s key enterprise engagements as a project manager and solution architect.
Prior to Code Zero, Criss worked in the supply chain software industry, starting his career at Manhattan Associates and later starting his own company consulting with large global retailers.
- Led numerous enterprise software implementations in both the Quote to Cash and supply chain space, operating as an engagement manager and a solution architect.
- Founded Code Zero in 2016 and quickly established the company as a leading Salesforce Quote-to-Cash Platinum implementation partner.
- Led the multi-year implementation of supply chain systems across six countries for a large global retailer.
- Spent two years in London growing a team of solution architects in a new international expansion office.
- Moved to Shanghai for two years to help launch a new office and grow a delivery team to 25 resources.
“The success of any consulting company is based on the quality of its people. Companies that are able to attract the best people and then effectively train those people on the technical aspects of their job will thrive.”