TRAXXALL Technologies opens Wichita office

April 25, 2017
Written by TRAXXALL Technologies
TRAXXALL Technologies, providers of an innovative aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management system, has announced that it has  opened a new office in Wichita, Kan.
The continued growth of TRAXXALL’s client base has provided this opportunity for strategic expansion.
TRAXXALL veterans and Wichita residents Jeff Rians and Robert Peterson will be joined by the following new members of the TRAXXALL team:
James Carter. Formerly with the U.S. Air Force, stationed at McConnell AFB, James has 14 years of aviation experience and holds a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Science and Technology from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Christopher Mercer. Previously a logistics analyst with Boeing, Christopher also served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years. He holds a master's degree in the science of management from Friends University.
Coby Smith. Most recently, a supervisor with Hawker Beechcraft, Coby spent 10 years at Cessna and began his career in the U.S. Air Force. He holds a bachelor of science in Aeronautical Engineering Technology from Purdue.
TRAXXALL is also pleased to welcome Elijah Stepp to its team. Elijah will remain based in Las Vegas, Nev. He has more than 35 years of aviation industry experience, most recently as a sales manager at Satcom Direct and previously as a field service representative with CAMP Systems.
“We are pleased to be opening an office in Wichita and wish to welcome all new employees to the TRAXXALL team,” says Mark Steinbeck, president, TRAXXALL. “Our continued growth has given us the opportunity to expand. We targetted Wichita because it is a world-class aviation capital – home to Beechcraft, Bombardier Learjet, Cessna, among others, and a rich community of talented aviation and maintenance tracking experts. It is an honour for us to join Wichita’s storied aviation community where we expect to create a total of 10 to 15 new jobs by year end.”
“In addition to our office in Jacksonville, Fla., we also have professionals in Dallas, Denver, Long Island, Charleston, Raleigh, Scottsdale and Philadelphia. In short, we are very well represented across the country and able to deliver top quality service and support to our clients in all regions and time zones,” adds Steinbeck.

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