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IAS Adds Intermodal Transportation Industry Veteran John Allen as Senior VP, Client Services

As Company Grows, Continued Emphasis on Customer Value and Excellence Is Key

Oakland, CA, December 11, 2012 - International Asset Systems® (IAS), the leader in cloud-based solutions for intermodal transportation and global container shipping, announces the addition of industry veteran, John Allen, to a new position, Senior Vice President, Client Services. Mr. Allen will be responsible for ensuring clients receive the highest level of professional care during customer implementations, deployments, and post-installation support.

“This is an exciting time for the company as we are experiencing exponential growth in the IAS network,” said Paul J. Crinks, CEO of IAS. “It is important as the company grows that we put a heightened focus on creating an excellent customer experience, which is why we have added John Allen. His expertise and industry experience will have an immediate impact on the value IAS customers receive from our solutions and services.”

“IAS has a great reputation in the intermodal transportation industry relating to robust software functionalities, customer satisfaction, and thought leadership,” said John Allen, Senior Vice President, Client Services at IAS. “Couple that with its expansive transportation partner network and depth of industry expertise and IAS is poised for continued growth in 2013 and beyond.”

Prior to joining IAS, John Allen worked in various positions at APL, an ocean shipping and container transportation services provider. As Managing Director of Customer Support, Mr. Allen was responsible for all customer facing activities in the US and Canada. He also worked as the Director of Network Operations where he oversaw all of APL’s rail network and transportation logistics. Prior to that, he was the Director of Intermodal Transportation where he managed the truck transportation network. John Allen graduated from Princeton University with an AB Degree in Economics. He received an MS in Transportation from the University of Denver.