KBMax, a next-gen CPQ solution with interactive visualization and CAD automation, today announces the addition of Joel Trammell to its Board of Directors and leadership team as Executive Chairman.
Trammell serves as the CEO and founder of Khorus Software, a platform for CEOs to deliver stronger, more predictable results. His previous leadership as CEO resulted in successful nine-figure acquisitions by two Fortune 500 companies. He also served as the Chairman of the board for the Austin Technology Council. As Executive Chairman at KBMax, Joel will help propel KBMax to the next level and empower the company to continue helping manufacturers in their digital transformation journeys.
“We are thrilled to welcome Joel Trammell to the KBMax leadership team,” said Bill Culwell, President of KBMax. “He brings years of executive experience to the table that will position KBMax to elevate the selling and buying experience for manufacturers while empowering them to adapt to the changing technology landscape across all industries.”
In addition to filling several leadership roles across the Austin tech space, Trammell is also an accomplished author. He wrote a book for current and aspiring CEOs called “The CEO Tightrope” and shares leadership advice on his blog, The American CEO. In 2006, Trammell was awarded Ernst and Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” for its Central Texas Region and Austin Business Journal’s “Private Company Executive of the Year” award.
“For the last decade, KBMax has been driving innovation and allowing manufacturers to create more customer-centric buying experiences,” said Joel Trammell. “I look forward to working with the KBMax team to further advancements in the CPQ space and help KBMax ascend to new heights.”
KBMax is redefining CPQ and B2B ecommerce for manufacturers globally. Their product configurator can handle complex business rules, visualization, real-time pricing, CAD automation and website embedding. This end-to-end solution results in an awesome buying experience, a faster sales cycle and a more efficient manufacturing process. For more information, go to kbmax.com.