AIMS Promotes Three

Goodall succeeds Roberts, who moves up to director of product management

Published in CSP Daily News

MONROE, La. -- Wholesale petroleum distribution industry software maker AIMS Inc. has announced the promotion of three executives.

Annette Kesler, formerly AIMS' director of client services, has been promoted to director of product management. In this new position, her responsibilities include researching, designing and coordinating the development of all new products, as well as enhancements to existing products.

Her strong business acumen, developed during her 19-year tenure with AIMS, gives her the knowledge and insight required to analyze and anticipate market [image-nocss] requirements, and to create accurate and detailed product design specifications, the company said.

Allan Goodall has been promoted to director of client services. Goodall has been with AIMS for more than seven years, where he began as a training and implementation specialist. For the past four years, he has managed the day-to-day client support and training activities, primarily for AIMS' COMPAS Commander clients. In his new position, he will be responsible for managing and enhancing the level of support and training for AIMS' entire client base.

Travis Roberts, who has been an AIMS' training and implementation specialist for more than four years, has been promoted to implementation coordinator, a new position within client services. In addition to his responsibilities as a training specialist, Roberts will also coordinate all training and implementation activities for new and existing AIMS' clients.

AIMS, headquartered in Monroe, La., develops, markets and supports a wide array of software products and services for the wholesale petroleum distribution industry. Products include COMPAS Commander, a complete fuel wholesale and retail accounting software system developed in a true Windows environment; AutoSend, a specialized underground storage tanks (UST) fuel inventory management and dispatching software system; AutoSIR, an in-house Statistical Inventory Reconciliation software system; and AutoTax, a standalone tax solution for oil marketers offering a better choice when filing EDI motor fuel tax reports.

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