Teton Aviation Group Announces CEO’s Retirement

AINmxReports » October 10, 2012
October 10, 2012, 12:50 PM

Joe Hertzler, CEO of the Teton Aviation Group, formerly Avtrak, announced his retirement. Hertzler, along with his brother Glenn, co-founded Avtrak in 1996 and built the company to become one of the industry’s premier maintenance tracking providers. The brothers were instrumental in bringing maintenance-tracking software to a new level of sophistication and flexibility.

Earlier this year Avtrak sold most of its assets, including the Avtrak brand, to Camp Systems International and subsequently renamed the company Teton Aviation Group. Teton continues to provide services to Gulfstream Aerospace in support of the Gulfstream CMP.net maintenance-tracking service. Joe will continue his involvement with Teton as both an owner and active board member.

Replacing Joe Hertzler as Teton Aviation’s CEO is John Cuseo. He has a long history with the company, previously leading the engineering team that developed the company’s flagship software program, GlobalNet, in 2000. Cuseo is also the president of Advanced Solutions and has been an owner and active board member with Avtrak since the company partnered with Advanced Solutions in 2000. In his new role, Cuseo will provide the company with leadership, direction and technical oversight, supporting Gulfstream and its maintenance-tracking service.

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