L2 Consulting Services, Inc (L2), a leading provider of avionics integration engineering and installation services, is pleased to announce the promotion of Dean Rudolph (age 39) to Vice President of Operations.
With over 20 years of experience at all levels and in multiple disciplines including engineering, program management, sales and marketing positions, Mr. Rudolph will provide direction and oversight of L2’s Certification Engineering, Manufacturing, Quality Control and Repair Station Services departments.
L2 President, Mark Lebovitz said, “Dean brings extensive organizational and operations management knowledge to L2 and we are confident that under Dean’s direction, we will effectively manage our growing business volume.”
Prior to joining L2, Mr. Rudolph was a Principal at Viametric where he focused his efforts on sales and marketing and the development of channel sales and partner programs for the company’s clients. Simultaneously, Mr. Rudolph was the founder of The Rudolph Group which provided operations and program management consulting services. In 1999, Mr. Rudolph successfully founded Advanced Aerospace Design, an avionics engineering and consulting firm, where he oversaw all business development and operational aspects. Additionally, he held various positions with Aircraft Systems and Manufacturing, Inc., early in his career. Mr. Rudolph began his career, specifically in aviation, with the United States Air Force where he worked with bombing and navigation systems on the B52.
L2 Consulting Services, Inc. provides avionics engineering, integration and installation services (FAA CRS L2ZR265X) for the global air transport industry. For more than eleven years, the company has been performing integration of digital avionics systems into analog and digital aircraft. Additionally, L2 offers full installation and support capabilities throughout North America and at select locations outside of the continent. L2 specializes in RVSM, RAAS, TAWS, Satcom, TCAS, EFB, Flat Panels, DFDR and FMS among other avionics systems.