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Icomera Announces Three Key Additions to its North American Team


Icomera Announces Three Key Additions to its North American Team

Icomera has added three experienced industry figures to its team in North America. Alan Martin assumes the role of VP Finance while Greg Hawley and Mark Schaff join as Project Manager and Senior Sales Engineer, respectively. These additions will bring considerable benefits to new and existing clients in the region.

Alan Martin, a Certified Public Accountant, joins Icomera with more than 20 years of accounting, finance, and operations experience. He has spent over half of his career working in the transportation industry, most recently serving as Finance Operations Manager for Conduent Transport Solutions. 

Greg Hawley is a Project Manager with extensive experience in deploying large-scale telecom and data networks in the transportation, public safety, and non-profit sectors. Greg entered the industry as a trainee network engineer at New York’s Grand Central Station, deploying his early designs. Fast-forward to today, Greg has managed complex projects at more than 10,000 sites globally, working for national and global enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies. 

Mark Schaff comes to Icomera as a Senior Sales Engineer with 20 years’ experience in the wireless and transportation industries. Mark specializes in working with clients to supply on-board networks encompassing RF technology (Wi-Fi, cellular), third-party hardware, and CCTV systems with the ultimate goal of promoting a smarter and safer passenger experience.

Magnus Friberg, Icomera’s SVP for the Americas, said: The growing team we are putting in place pairs a wealth of local market knowledge with strong technological expertise. I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome Alan, Greg and Mark to Icomera. Their industry backgrounds give them unique insights into the challenges faced by public transport operators and, with their guidance, we look forward to helping our partners advance their services to the next level.”