Management Team

Our management team has a wealth of expertise in the maritime industry.

Martin Taylor

Chief Executive Officer
Martin is the CEO of OneOcean.

Martin has extensive experience in the maritime technology sector and has sat on committees of both the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC). As CEO, Martin’s focus is on leading OneOcean and driving the company through its next phase of growth, championing the move to digital solutions to facilitate faster and smarter ship management.

Sam Samra

Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer
Sam is the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer at OneOcean.

Sam is responsible for managing relationships with key stakeholders, including the banks and private equity, as well as leading M&A activity. Sam gained valuable experience of private equity with accountancy firm, Grant Thornton. A Chartered Accountant, Sam also has a degree in law.

Adam Pang

Chief Commercial Officer
Adam joined OneOcean in February 2021 as the Chief Commercial Officer.

Adam is responsible for defining and maintaining commercial strategy, architecting and integrating the revenue system, and designing and launching revenue generating programs to drive business growth and market share. As CCO, Adam will take ownership of the customer and the customer interface making sure that all functions of the organisation are aligned to meet its strategic commercial objectives.

Adam has over 20 years’ experience in B2B software environments, building commercial teams at scale using modern data driven insights and the latest technology to empower global teams.

Alexandre Trottier-Lapointe

Chief Technology Officer
Alexandre is Chief Technology Officer at OneOcean.

As Chief Technology Officer, Alexandre is responsible for leading the development of software and solutions. He has built, and is continuing to develop, a sophisticated team of developers who are focused on creating new, innovative and integrated solutions for the maritime industry.