Who We Are
Kansas Bankers Technologies, LLC provides information technology consulting, engineering and management services to community banks. We assist our clients with strategic and operational challenges to generate better business results. Our consultants’ knowledge and experience of evolving IT regulations within the financial industry will provide value to your institution. KBT can help in the selection, assessment, implementation and support of business applications and technology solutions. The KBT team will help manage and align your technology to comply with pertinent laws, rules, regulations and policies.
After graduating college and taking a network administrator position with Sunflower Bank, Thomas Stein was hired to build the IT Department for The Bank of Tescott. The infrastructure started to develop through the implementation of email and initiation Internet access projects. Today the operation has grown into a complex virtual environment, consisting of off-site replication, interconnectivity to 5 branches, and the inception and growth of online services for all bank customers, all managed in-house.
Thomas grew up in Gypsum, KS and received a degree in Management Information Systems from Kansas State University. He has completed the Cisco Networking Academy and CCNA certification. Currently he serves as Managing Partner at KBT and is on the board of Good Soil Ministries at First Christian Church.
Prior to founding his own consulting firm in 2008, Dahx Marrs worked in technology in the legal, financial services and wine industries. Leveraging his experience, he is able to manage the challenges facing his clients on a daily basis. His areas of expertise include project management, systems design, networking, IT strategy and client relationship management.
Dahx is originally from Salina, KS and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in Organization Consulting from the University of Notre Dame. He is involved in a number of different entrepreneurial opportunities, including the redevelopment at Marymount Properties and managing Techniqol Consulting. He currently serves as Managing Partner for KBT and is on the boards of the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce, the Notre Dame Club of Salina, the Salina Art Center and the Sacred Heart High Endowment. He has previously served on the boards of the Home Builders Association of Salina, Salina Noon Rotary and the North Central Kansas Red Cross.
Daniel Railsback was born and raised in Neodesha, Kansas. After attending high school in his hometown, he ventured to Salina, Kansas to attend Kansas Wesleyan University. His time at Kansas Wesleyan University entailed working in the Technical Support Department as a Student Technician. While in college, Daniel had the opportunity to expand his IT background by interning as a Software Developer at Grain Belt Supply in Salina. Also during this time, Kansas Banker’s Technologies offered him the opportunity to work part-time through college with a full time role proposal after concluding his degree. He graduated from Kansas Wesleyan with a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Computer Science and Computer Information Systems.
Once Daniel finished his degree, he began the full time role as a Technology Consultant with KBT. Today, Daniel consults banks on Technology Planning and Execution in addition to performing Troubleshooting for Networking/Technology issues. If you are needing help with technical questions or issues, Daniel can provide a vast variety of assistance due to his background and education in Information Technology Systems.
Brad has worked within the Information Technology field for 20+ years. As soon as he graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in Electronics Engineering, he joined Sunflower Bank as a Network Administrator. During Brad’s time at Sunflower Bank, he was promoted to Security Officer and later became Network Administrator III, AVP. He spent six years as Network Administrator III, AVP prior to joining KBT as a Senior Technology Consultant. He specializes in server, storage, network, voice, security, and virtualization technologies.