Nomadix Welcomes Jeff Johns as Global VP of EMS Business Development

The 2023 Sustainable Travel Report found that the vast majority (74 percent) of those who travel are looking to do so in a more sustainable manner (source: As the hospitality industry increases its focus on sustainability, the adoption of energy management technology will boost guest satisfaction, while also lowering utility usage and operational costs. 

Aligning to these industry shifts, today we are excited to announce the appointment of Jeff Johns, energy management and guest room management veteran, to Nomadix as Global VP of EMS Business Development. As the hospitality and multi-tenant industries continue growing sustainability practices, Jeff will play an integral role in helping Nomadix be a key player to hotels and MTU communities in their efforts to meet industry goals for energy savings and commitments to becoming carbon-neutral.  

In this newly created role, Jeff will lead the Energy Management Systems (EMS) portfolio as part of Nomadix’s commitment to equipping partners and venues with the tools and support needed to meet the new demands. He is a results-driven professional with a proven track record over the past two decades for driving revenue growth through strategic leadership and relationship building. He has served in senior leadership roles at Inncom by Honeywell, INTEREL and Enseo. Jeff also worked with owners, developers and contractors in the Hospitality, Casino, MDU/MTU and Senior Living markets to design and deploy energy management systems for guest rooms and apartments – at individual properties and across portfolios of properties. 

As we continue growing our guest- and employee-facing technology portfolio, there is no one better than Jeff to help Nomadix partners and existing users understand the ease of adding Wi-Fi-based EMS solutions alongside our existing solution portfolio, helping transform operations and bring connected experiences to life. 

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