Taylor, Mich. Jan. 28, 2019 – Atlas Oil Company is propelling its Fueling Innovation campaign forward in 2019 across all business verticals through the addition of new products, team members and digital transformation initiatives.
“As Atlas continues to expand to meet the needs of our diverse customer-base, our focus will be on driving efficiency through system enhancements and process automation to scale the business,” said Atlas President Robert Kenyon. “The individuals joining the Atlas team come equipped with years of experience across several business functions that will identify new value for our customers and help us to collaboratively transform the business.”
Suzi Anis joined Atlas in Q3 of 2018 as Vice President of Business Intelligence and Financial Planning, bringing with her over 20 years of experience in the logistics and technology industries. Her breadth of knowledge and innovative approach will provide Atlas with a multitude of data-driven solutions to turn data into actionable insights.
Dan Clinton joins the Atlas leadership team as Vice President of Business Transformation. Clinton will be instrumental in driving an ecommerce solution for all Atlas’ products and services, transforming the way it interacts and transacts with customers. In his role, Clinton will utilize his extensive experience in business process and IT system automation to consistently identify opportunities to integrate people, process, data and technology.
Mike McKay, Vice President of Lubricants and Chemicals, joined Atlas in early January and will be incorporating these products into Atlas’ Frac and Rig Fueling customer base. Based out of Atlas’ Victoria, TX office, McKay will be paramount in identifying new revenue opportunities and helping position Atlas as an all-inclusive provider of fuel, lubricants, specialty chemicals, best-in-class service and digital solutions.
“Our vision to disrupt the industry and become a leading digital energy solutions company is continuously propelling Atlas forward,” said Atlas Founder and Chairman Sam Simon. “We’re always investing in top-talent and resources to ensure that we consistently have our finger on the pulse of innovation.”
The Atlas team grew exponentially in 2018, nearly doubling in size, and will continue to expand in 2019 to encompass 1,000 team members. Through the support of new team members and strategic alliances, Atlas has made significant investments in technology to accomplish its vision of becoming 100 percent digital by 2020.