Chris Kelley has helped COR365® Information Solutions build one of the largest privately owned information management operations in the industry. Under his leadership, the organization now provides a complete suite of solutions to more than 1,000 clients.
Recently, Mr. Kelley spearheaded the significant launch of COR365’s electronic content management solution, iCOR. This new system, combined with COR365’s staff of experts, provides our clients with complete lifecycle management of their critical business data.
With over 30 years in commercial records management, Mr. Kelley has helped set the direction of the entire industry. He currently serves on the board of directors for the National Records Centers (NCR), an alliance of more than 70 companies and agencies who collaborate to provide records management services in 40 states and 130 major markets across North America, Central America and Europe. He also serves on the board of Professional Records and Information Services Management (PRISM) and the board of Data Protection Association (DPA). Both organizations are geared toward promoting quality information management services through best practices and education. Mr. Kelley is also an active member of the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) and the Association of Information and Image Management (AIIM).
After spending the early years of his career with IBM, Henry A. “Andy” Brown and his brother Bruce purchased a unique cluster of buildings at 3300 Old Lexington Road from AT&T to form Salem Business Park. In 2002 Andy, with a small group of investors, optimized that investment by creating Data Chambers LLC. Data Chambers provides cost effective and complete disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for business that rely on current technologies in managing their information. The company offered both Information Technology and Records Management expertise.
Over the last several years Andy has expanded Data Chambers Records Management to reach beyond the Piedmont Triad, opening facilities in both the Charlotte and Raleigh/Durham markets. Under his management the company has also invested millions to expand its datacenter footprint and more than doubled its capacity to service clients.
In late 2011 Andy negotiated the sale of Data Chambers Information Technology, and with that, renamed the remaining records management company COR365® Information Solutions. COR365® offers the only commercial site of its kind on the East coast, with over 140,000+ square feet of secure storage of data and information assets.
Andy is a Past President of the Southeast Warehouse Association, where he still is an active Board Member, and a Past Chairman of the National Records Centers. He is also currently active in the community as the Chairman of the United Way of Forsyth County and is a Past Chairman of both the Winston-Salem Salvation Army and Easter Seals/United Cerebral Palsy of North Carolina.
Andy is a graduate of the Babcock School of Management at Wake Forest University and Wofford College.