He previously worked as APAC regional vice president at Spok, and as APAC general manager of Amcom Software as a result of its acquisition of Commtech Wireless.
Earlier in his career Jordan worked in sales at ASTA and in product management at Siemens Mobile.
He holds a first in electronic engineering from Technological University Dublin, and a diploma in business management from Dublin Business School.
"It is my honour to step up to lead and represent Omnitronics through the next phase of growth and strengthen the relationships with our current customers and global partner network," said Jordan.
"We are looking at exciting times ahead as we continue our path to transform the future of radio communications with our flagship system omnicore Enterprise Dispatch coupled with the strong backing of our new owners Software Combined."
Outgoing CEO John Florenca said "It has been an absolute privilege serving as CEO of Omnitronics and seeing the company go from strength to strength. We have expanded not only the product portfolio, but also our geographical footprint to be a global player in the latest radio dispatch, radio over IP, and radio interoperability technology."
Florenca's resignation follows the recent acquisition of Omnitronics by Software Combined. He has been with the company for 28 years, 18 of them as CEO, and will remain on the Omnitronics board.