MT. LAUREL, NJ - Automotive Resources International (ARI), a global fleet solutions provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, announces two IT promotions: Tony Candeloro to director of systems and programming and Dan O'Callahan to director of information technology.
"In the past few years, both have assumed broader responsibilities, demonstrated leadership qualities and led their teams to exceed their departmental goals in support of ARI's strategic plan," commented Bill Kwelty, chief information officer.
In the past year, Candeloro assumed responsibility for pre- and post-sales support, the imaging systems and overseeing operations. He has been with ARI since 1990 and has served as manager for both the Internal Systems Development and Systems and Programming departments. Most recently he's served as department head of Systems and Programming, responsible for managing the corporate priority projects. Candeloro studied Computer Science at Delaware Technical Community College and is currently pursuing a higher degree in Business Administration at Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania.
O'Callahan has built a tight-knit, cohesive team and creates synergies between the areas he manages. He uses sound judgment in finding the best technology solutions to address ARI's growing needs. He started with ARI in 1990 as well and has held numerous positions in ARI's IT department including assistant manager of Technical Service and most recently department head of IT. O'Callahan studied Computer Science at Drexel University and earned a degree in Electronic Engineering.
ARI, a subsidiary of Holman Enterprises based in Mt. Laurel, N.J., is the largest privately-held fleet leasing and management company in the world. As a single-source fleet management leader, ARI customizes innovative solutions that streamline fleet operations, help lower the cost of fleet ownership and create long-term value for customers.
Today, with a workforce numbering more than 1,400 and offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Europe, the company manages more than 2,000 outsourced fleets (over 675,000 autos and trucks) in North America and, combined with its strategic partners, more than 1.5 million global fleet vehicles.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet