Brad Wagner

Brad Wagner

Director of IT

MS, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Brad Wagner serves the Christensen Associates staff through deployment and management of a secure, reliable, and powerful information technology infrastructure. He is a strong advocate and early-stage test subject for the practical use of advancing technology.  Brad provides expertise and critical thinking to a wide variety of project teams.

Brad began his work at Christensen Associates developing custom software for our clients and in-house use. His code has been integrated into the billing systems of electric utilities, has processed billions of customer transactions to discover trends in product substitution, and has generated integrated data repositories from disjointed online data. Brad is fluent in numerous platforms, particularly .NET, MATLAB, and SQL.

Brad, a mid-pack runner-turned-triathlete, looks forward to his second Ironman Wisconsin finish this September.

News & Updates

Case Study: Vehicle Registration Compliance for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation

February 12, 2015 - The Wisconsin Department of Transportation hired Christensen Associates to conduct a study to estimate the number of automobiles and light trucks on the roads without current registrations, and determine the reasons for non-compliance.

US Postal Service OIG Exploring 3D Printing

August 12, 2014 - The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its white paper on the advancing technology of 3D printing. The USPS OIG contracted with Christensen Associates to assist on this study. Our analysis of commercial package volume data showed that 3D printing could lead to an increase in annual revenue of as much as $485 million due to new package shipments.

The ubiquitous first- and last-mile postal network would be a strong asset for connecting emerging 3D printing businesses with their customers. Additionally, excess space in postal facilities offers tantalizing partnership opportunities for businesses committed to fast, streamlined delivery of 3D-printed goods.