EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Atlas World Group promoted information technology veteran Michael E. Neeley to chief information officer. Neeley, who has 28 years of experience, joined Atlas in 2005 after serving as chief information officer for Evansville's Deaconess Health System. Neeley replaces former chief technology officer Dick Arneson, who retired earlier this year.
As vice president of information technology development for Atlas Van Lines – Atlas' largest subsidiary – Neeley helped Atlas build its technology prowess in the relocation, transportation and logistics industries. In his new role, Neeley will be responsible for providing secure, superior, up-to-the-minute technology for all Atlas World Group employees, subsidiaries and agents.
"Atlas is a technological leader in an industry that is increasingly relying on cutting-edge equipment and superior information systems," said Glen Dunkerson, vice chairman and chief operating officer of Atlas World Group. "Mike's vast knowledge and leadership skills will continue to build on the advancements we've made through previous technology changes and improvements – ultimately making it easier and more efficient for our customers and agents to conduct business."
Neeley retired as a Lieutenant Commander of the Navy in 1993 after serving nearly 26 years. He earned his bachelor's degree in healthcare administration from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1979 and a master's degree in 1987 from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif.
Atlas Van Lines is the largest subsidiary of Atlas World Group, an Evansville, Ind.-based company that posted record revenues of $943 million in 2007. Atlas World Group companies employ more than 700 people throughout North America. More than 500 Atlas agents in the United States and Canada specialize in corporate employee relocation and in the transportation of high-value items such as electronics, fine art and new fixtures and furniture. Visit www.atlasworldgroup.com for more information on the company and Atlas agents.