Zeke Baied

Very Senior Solution Engineer

“I am an extremely driven individual who, over the years, has not only enjoyed stepping into various leadership roles, but thrives in them. I have an appreciation for the challenges that large and complex problems inherently have and I continuously strives to find efficient solutions to meet those challenges.”Zeke Baied

Experience

As a member of ATG’s Solution Engineering team, Zeke works with potential and existing customers to collect material requirements, provide proof of concept, develop high level architectures, implementation cost estimates, and estimated project timelines.

He additionally functions as a Solution Architect and Subject Matter Expert on various Salesforce CPQ and Billing projects leveraging both his Salesforce and Quote to Cash (Q2C) expertise. As a Solution Architect, Zeke is responsible for designing and solutioning processes, system functionality, and configurations to meet the various business requirements of his enterprise level customers.

Career Highlights

Zeke’s experience at ATG includes the following roles and positions:

  • Solution Engineer
  • Solution Architect
  • Implementation Consultant
  • Project Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • QA Testing
  • Team Lead
  • Course Instructor

Zeke has been involved in the following ATG Services:

  • Salesforce CRM, CPQ, and Billing Implementation, Configuration & Administration
  • Strategy, Process Optimization & Technology Implementation
  • Cloud Billing Strategy, Optimization & Implementation
  • Quote to Cash (Q2C) Assessments
  • Accelerated RFP for Q2C Applications (CRM, CPQ, PRM, Billing)
  • Market Research
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Salesforce CRM Course Creation and Instruction

Viewpoint

“I am an extremely driven individual who, over the years, has not only enjoyed stepping into various leadership roles, but thrives in them. I have an appreciation for the challenges that large and complex problems inherently have and I continuously strives to find efficient solutions to meet those challenges.”