Leadership With A Vision
Omnitracs' mission is to provide the best in mobile-based business intelligence for the ever-evolving transportation and logistics industry. To this end, the Omnitracs senior leadership team fosters and supports the ingenuity that enables the company to leverage mobile technology to solve problems and increase profitability for fleets around the world.
Omnitracs' senior leadership team has empowered our fleet management company to grow its portfolio and provide our customers with the technology they need to lower costs, improve service, and increase driver satisfaction, all while enhancing driver safety. Our dedication to developing valuable products for fleet managers has made us a key provider of solutions for the industry's top fleet management companies.
Learn more about how our executives are providing fleets like yours with the right products and services to boost efficiency.
Ray Greer has been a well-respected leader in the transportation and logistics industry for many years. Prior to his current role, Greer was president of BNSF Logistics, subsidiary of Burlington Northern Santa Fe, a Berkshire Hathaway company. In addition, Greer has held leadership roles at Greatwide Logistics Services, Newgistics, Ryder Integrated Logistics, and FedEx. Greer received his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and holds a Master of Science in Information Systems and Telecommunications from Christian Brothers University. He is a member of the Board of Directors of DCT Industrial Trust and LifeVantage. He has also served in advisory roles with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the White House Council on U.S. Competitiveness.
Pam Marion has responsibility for customer migrations and implementations, customer success, customer support and technical operations, and large customer programs at Omnitracs. She brings more than 25 years of software experience to the Omnitracs executive team. In her most recent role, Marion served as Chief Customer Success Officer for Domo where she was responsible for working with customers in all aspects of the E2E customer experience. She was accountable for strategically driving all of client services which included consulting, support, account management, renewals, education and strategy. During this time, she increased renewals to record levels along with both customer and employee engagement. Prior to Domo, she spent 12 years with SAP, where she served in many leadership roles in services, sales and development. During her last two years she served as Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President of strategic programs and customer experience for SAP SuccessFactors. Prior to SAP, she worked a combined 15 years with Kronos and Ultimate Software, leading national teams in consulting, sales, development and account management. Marion holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Economics from High Point University.
John Hofmann oversees Omnitracs’ financial and legal operations, including accounting, finance, mergers, and acquisitions. He brings 20 years of operations, private equity, and management consulting experience across multiple technology sectors, including software, information services, marketing technology, data and analytics, communications, and financial technology. Prior to joining Omnitracs, Hofmann served as the chief financial officer at Infogroup. Before that, he was a director at Silver Lake Sumeru where he sourced and managed new investments. Preceding his time at Silver Lake, he served as vice president at GTCR where he focused on technology and business services investments and performed strategic and operational assessments for corporate clients at McKinsey & Company. Hofmann holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Pennsylvania. He has also served on the boards of Syniverse Technologies, Influence Health, and National Processing Company.
Stacey Martin is responsible for the growth and development of a solidified organizational culture that encourages the empowerment and engagement of all employees at Omnitracs. With over 20 years of experience and leadership within dynamic technology organizations, she guides a team of HR professionals in creating opportunities that will holistically advance and strengthen the overall Omnitracs workforce. Prior to joining Omnitracs, Martin served as the group vice president of human resources at Travelport, vice president of human resources at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, and senior vice president at Science Applications International Corporations (SAIC). Martin also worked at CGI Group in various positions, including vice president of human resources and workforce development where she oversaw a team of 100 professionals. Martin received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from George Mason University and has earned Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) certifications.
Greg Nelson leads the global commercial organization, including sales, marketing, and business development functions to ensure customer success and revenue growth. He brings more than two decades of experience to this newly-created role. Nelson was most recently senior vice president of global sales at Masergy, where he led the company’s sales, business development, and client services organizations. Prior to Masergy, Nelson spent much of his career with Forrester Research where he served in multiple executive positions – including leading the global sales organization as the company’s chief sales officer. Nelson has also held executive positions at Giga Information Group, Sterling Software, and Texas Instruments. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Management Information Systems from Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
Kent Norton is responsible for driving research, development, product portfolio expansion, scalability, and growth for Omnitracs and its customers. Prior to joining Omnitracs, Norton held various senior-level roles at Honeywell, including vice president of engineering for the safety and productivity solutions segment, where he led the engineering and product development of the workflow solutions software business. Prior to that, he was chief technology officer and vice president of engineering. He also served as chief information officer and vice president of business transformation for these business units earlier in his tenure at Honeywell. Norton spent 16 years as a vice president of information technology at SPX, Flow Inc. (formerly SPX Corporation) where he led multiple segments, including food and beverage, industrial, and risk management. Norton received a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and completed graduate coursework in computer science at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Paul Nagy is Chief Product Officer at Omnitracs, LLC and is responsible for defining product strategy and product delivery across the entire product portfolio. His extensive expertise in building and leading high performing Product teams will allow Omnitracs to deliver solutions that will enable our customers to deliver true business results. Prior to joining Omnitracs, Nagy held various senior-level roles at CDK Global, ADP, Cobalt Group, Apple and NeXT Software. Most recently, he served as the Chief Product Officer for CDK Global delivering solutions that enabled end-to-end automotive commerce. In that role he was responsible for leading the Product Management, Development, and User Experience teams that designed, defined and delivered solutions that spanned from the Dealer Management System, Customer Relationship Management, Service, Digital Marketing, Title & Registration, Global Networking & Telephony, Document Management, Electronic Payments, Printing, Data & Analytics and Heavy Truck. Prior to that, Paul's career has exclusively been focused on Silicon Valley technology companies, holding product leadership roles at BlueRoads, Selectica, Apple, and NeXT Software. Notable contributions include delivering the industry-leading Internet Selling System that powered Dell and Cisco’s online configuration and sales systems, as well as driving the early days of the NeXT Step operating system, which ultimately became MacOS X. Nagy earned a Bachelor of Science from Santa Clara University and did electrical engineering coursework at California Polytechnic State University.