Meet the Team – Gary Stom

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Meet Gary Stom! Even though he bleeds black and gold, Gary is an integral part of the Conga team. As a former Conga Admin, Gary brought a wealth of knowledge when he joined Conga in 2014 as a Business Analyst. Keep reading to find out how Gary feels about bocce and be sure to check out Gary fielding questions in our webinar, Accidental Conga Admin: You’re in the Conga driver’s seat, now what?

Q: Can you describe your role and what you do at Conga?

I am a Business Analyst on the Customer Success Team. I assist current customers by enhancing custom solutions and building new and automated solutions.

Q: What’s your favorite part about working at Conga?
The people. We have a collection of intelligent people with fantastic personalities. It truly makes coming to work more enjoyable when you can connect and create solutions with people who enjoy what they do.

Q: What’s the coolest solution you helped a customer build?
A Web to Lead Conga Workflow solution that triggered a merge when the record was created from our customer’s website. The solution merged and emailed a dynamically selected proposal template based on values from the newly created record.

Q: What do you like to do when you’re not at Conga?
Snowboard, hike, home brewing, and bocce.

Q: What’s your favorite use case for a Conga Composer solution?
I enjoy powerful single button click solutions that assemble a merged document and send it off via an electronic signature integration.

Q: Do you have any pets?
Sid the kid. Sidney is a 1 year old golden retriever.

Q: What’s something your customers would be surprised to learn about you?
I bleed black and gold. #steelers #penguins #pirates

Q: What’s your favorite candy bar?
Gary heads up Q&A in our webinar, Accidental Conga Admin: You’re in the Conga driver’s seat, now what?


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