Icomera, the world’s leading provider of wireless connectivity solutions for public transport, welcomes John Walton as Sales Manager for North America.
With over 20 years’ experience, John is a well-rounded technology advisor who has earned the trust and respect of clients and partners alike. He is proficient with the design and management of wireless communications systems, devising and delivering complex strategies, and employs a consultative approach that places the clients’ best interests ahead of anything else.
John has a track record of success in the public sector, with his most recent position at Nomad Digital responsible for leading their North America West Region. As Regional Sales Manager, he was able to bring new relationships and account growth across both rail markets as well bus industry sectors-helping companies provide customers with the satisfaction they need.
Over the past seven years, John has worked within the rail and transport industry as a consultant and subject matter expert to the State of California Rail Division. He has been involved in many projects involving oversight and quality management of vehicle overhauls, as well as onboard technology, and later supported San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) in quality oversight and agency representation for one of the largest light rail manufacturing contracts ever awarded.
John has a passion for continual improvement, an eye for detail, and a relentless approach to creatively solving problems, achieving client goals, and increasing operational efficiency.
John is highly skilled in strategic planning and visual communications. He spent eight years of service in the United States Marine Corps, studied at Central Michigan University, and holds an Executive Influence Certification.
“John cares about people, quality, efficiency, and making any situation more enjoyable,” says Gabriel Lopez-Bernal, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Icomera. “He will be an asset for facilitating discussions of complex topics and managing change.”