Jennifer joins Nomad to transform product vision

Monday, 10th July 2017

(Newcastle upon Tyne, 10 July 2017) Nomad Digital, the world’s leading provider of passenger and fleet connectivity solutions to the railway industry, has appointed a new Head of Product Management, to re-define and accelerate the delivery of Nomad’s product strategy.

Jennifer Fellows is a highly-skilled strategic leader with over 20 years’ product management and product marketing experience. She has worked across the mobile and wireless services sector for global businesses covering real-time systems, analytics and customer experience solutions.

This role will transform the way Nomad works, tapping into industry intelligence from customers, prospects and internal teams, anticipating market trends and driving Nomad’s product roadmap and investment strategy.

Through her experience leveraging new technology and agile business practices that improve customer experience and operational efficiency, Jennifer will extend Nomad’s vision of the smart, networked train and the surrounding eco-system.

Jennifer has spent time at MDS solutions and CSG, the latter where she supported Tier One mobile operators across the wireless space, and developed real-time digital products and services that helped drive revenue growth.

Nomad’s new Head of Product Management, Jennifer, said “I am thrilled to have joined Nomad, the leader in this growing market.  The digital experience is critical to our customers, and bringing new offers into the market is truly exciting.  Building upon Nomad’s strong products and industry expertise allows us to offer even more solutions to our customers and partners.  Digitisation of the rail industry is moving at pace and through anticipating new developments, Nomad will continue to be at the forefront of innovation.”

Reece Donovan, Nomad CEO, said “We are delighted to have Jennifer join us. She has many years of experience in this field and her expertise can unlock great opportunities for our customers in a way which can reshape the digital rail agenda now and into the future.”

For more information on Nomad Digital:
David Bootle, Marketing Communications Manager
+44 207 096 6966 Ext. 2144 

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About Nomad Digital

Nomad Digital is the world’s leading provider of passenger and fleet connectivity solutions to the railway industry.  It offers a broad solutions portfolio to both train operators and builders that significantly enhances the passenger experience, and increases fleet operational efficiency.

Its integrated and scalable solutions include the multi-award winning and patent-protected Passenger WiFi, enabling seamless connectivity with the internet and on-board infotainment.  In addition, its Passenger Information System for live journey, multi-media information and Passenger Portal Framework simplifies the creation of custom portals for on-board services and entertainment.  And Nomad’s Remote Online Condition Monitoring, Driver Assist and Power Train products are targeted at identifying efficient fleet maintenance operations and improving fuel economy.

Nomad is the pioneer of the Networked Train – a shared and secure internet-standards based network infrastructure to which all authorised on-board systems and passenger devices may connect.

Nomad Digital is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alstom and an international business with sales and service centres in several locations around the world and product development facilities in the UK (Newcastle), Germany (Hildesheim) and Portugal (Porto).

Founded in 2002 and headquartered in the United Kingdom, the company serves more than 80+ global customers, in more than 40 countries, including train builders such as Bombardier, Hitachi and Alstom, and train operating companies such as ÖBB, Amtrak, VIA Rail, Eurostar, GWR, NS, NSB, PKP, Queensland Rail, and Virgin Trains.