At Technical Toolboxes Canada, the processes we have established
for our work is based on a methodology that consistently produces successful
results. In every project, our goal is clear: help you identify your needs
and the needs of your customers, and then create a solution that not only
meets those requirements, but exceeds them in ways that you might not
have considered. We use the tools and products we develop.
Joseph R. Summa
Chairman of the Board
Mr. Summa is a founding partner of TTC. He has over 25 years of sales and marketing experience of high technology software products and systems. His last position as Vice President of international sales and marketing for Scientific Software - Intercomp, Ltd. lasted over 8 years where he increased sales over 800%. Mr. Summa began his career with Procter & Gamble where he held various positions in engineering and sales and marketing prior to his departure as product manager. Mr. Summa is a veteran having served in the U.S. Air Force, Strategic Air Command, as an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile officer.
Joe holds both a BS and MS degree in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University, and an MBA from the University of Missouri. He also serves as a director of Technical Toolboxes, Inc. (TTI) (www.ttoolboxes.com) and Chairman of TechCorr USA, LLC (www.techcorr.com), an international pipeline corrosion and integrity service company.
Mr. West is a founding partner of TTC. He started TTC in 1998 to focus on internet-based business process automation and wireless internet connectivity. Tom is a consultant to businesses to help with corporate growth and increase employee performance.
Tom holds a BS in Business Management, and an MBA in Data Processing from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida.
Mr. Tosczak manages and directs all software development activities. Mr. Tosczak has extensive computing and entrepreneurial experience in online services and business process automation. Kurt has an extensive consulting practice to help companies automate their business processes.