Nomadic Lands Prestigious Technology Award

Nomadic, a Fragomen Technologies Solution, has won a prestigious travel technology award.

Nomadic landed the Technology Innovation – Traveller Experience accolade at the 27th Business Travel Awards Europe. More than 1,000 people attended the gala event at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House in London, UK.

Nomadic Dream Team
Dream Team: from left, event host Stephen Mulhern, UK TV broadcaster; Clayton Prior, Manager, Nomadic; Jen Fackelman, Director, Nomadic; representative from the event sponsors; and Neil Thomson, Director, Nomadic.

The award judges said Nomadic’s technology was “a much-needed innovation in a pandemic/post-pandemic environment with ever-changing regulatory requirements that also simplifies the visa/work permit process”.

Brendan Ryan, CEO at Nomadic said: “I am so incredibly proud of my whole team, who have worked tirelessly to build a fantastic business based on excellence in everything we do. We are trying to do something that has not been done before and the award is recognition that we are heading in the right direction.”

Neil Thomson, EMEA director at Nomadic, said: “The award is a fantastic achievement for everyone associated with Nomadic. There was a great deal of positivity at the ceremony. This will help to raise our profile and highlight how we can support businesses and their workforce mobility, visas and document management processes.”

Other winners on the night included British Airways, Lufthansa Group, United Airlines, LNER, Sixt and the Google American Express Travel Team. Entries were received from organisations across Europe and were assessed by an independent panel of judges – comprised of 25 experienced travel managers. Hosted by the BTN Group, the annual awards event recognises industry leadership, partnership and innovation, and celebrated the industry’s achievements over the past 12 months.

Nomadic recently announced a surge in international activity among energy firms. One of its accomplishments was support for a global subsea business that required 900 visas for work in South America and South East Asia on an extremely tight timescale. The firm supports a broad range of sectors such as finance, media and entertainment. Nomadic has operations in the United States, the UK and Dubai and plans to expand into India and Singapore by the end of the year.