News : Lilee Systems Appoints Lele Nardin as Vice President of Engineering
Lilee Systems, a provider of wired and wireless communication products, solutions and services for the transportation industry, announces the appointment of Lele Nardin as Vice President of Engineering. Mr. Nardin will serve on the executive leadership team and report to Chief Executive Officer Jia-Ru Li, Ph.D.
Nardin brings proven engineering and business leadership to Lilee Systems. In his role he will focus on growth in existing and new market segments consistent with Lilee Systems service offerings.
"Nardin joins Lilee at a critical time in the company's history," said Norm Mineta, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and member of the Lilee board of trustees. "We look forward to having his extensive technical knowledge and business expertise as we strengthen Lilee's position in the marketplace."
Nardin is a recognized networking industry expert with a more than 25 year history of delivering products and platforms to market. Prior to joining Lilee Systems he was Vice President of Engineering at PLUMgrid and Vice President of Engineering at Ericsson Silicon Valley, where he led their global engineering teams. He spent fifteen years at Cisco as Vice President and General Manager achieving multi-billion dollar annual revenues while leading some of the company’s most profitable business units.
"Having worked with Lele at Cisco I’ve seen firsthand how his technical expertise and business savvy help customers get products to market" said Jia-Ru Li, CEO of Lilee Systems. "He will be instrumental in helping us achieve growth in key sectors as Lilee continues to strengthen its position in the market."
"This is an exciting time to be joining Lilee Systems," said Nardin. "Jia-Ru and his team of innovators have done some exciting things in the transportation industry. I look forward to bringing my skills and expertise to their leadership team as we begin to penetrate other market segments with our products."
Nardin received a master’s degree in electrical engineering with honors from the University of Padua, Italy.
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Published: Monday, March 3, 2014