Previously, Young served as the company’s Vice President of Business Development.
“Travis has a proven track record of leadership and business success throughout his career,” commented Jan Srack, co-founder of Matrix Electronic Measuring, Inc. “During his tenure as Vice President, he injected a new and exciting energy into the company – and it has delivered great results for our customers and employees.”
Prior to Matrix, Young was based in the United Kingdom and served as Vice President of Global Business Development for an industrial equipment manufacturer.
Young explained: “The Matrix Wand is truly a master tool for 3D measuring, blueprinting and collision repair. Because the collision repair industry is rapidly changing, I believe the industry needs Matrix’s technology in order to maximize efficiency and reduce liability. It is exciting to be part of a company with such a bright future.”
Matrix Electronic Measuring, Inc. is known for its patented, award-winning, flagship invention: The Matrix Wand. The Matrix Wand is a hand-held 3D electronic blueprinting and repair measuring device for structural collision damage. It uses 3D imagery and specialized computer software to assess structural collision damages versus factory repair data and specifications. Estimators and repair technicians can use the images to measure and correct sway, sag and mash using infinite data points. The Wand’s purpose is to identify hidden damages and, in turn, improve estimation accuracy. Because the Matrix Wand can perform structural collision damage analysis in approximately 15 minutes, while similar technologies may take up to one hour, the Matrix Wand can also improve shop throughput.
Matrix Electronic Measuring, Inc. was founded in 2003 in Salina, Kansas, USA. Its flagship product, the Matrix Wand, was introduced to market at the 2012 SEMA Show, where it won the prestigious New Products Showcase Award. Today, the Matrix Wand holds four U.S. and foreign patents.
For more information about the Matrix Wand, visit thematrixwand.com