Employee Spotlight - Henry Rosen - Geoforce

Employee Spotlight – Henry Rosen

Can you afford to lose visibility of this cargo’s location? For an hour? For a day? For a week? Of course, we all know the answer already: losing visibility into critical assets can mean losing even more: money, time, productivity, safety, sanity…

This month’s Employee Spotlight is on Henry Rosen, a key team member who has been involved with Geoforce in one form or another since our inception!

Q: What is your name and position?

A: Henry S. Rosen, Director of Business Solutions

Q: How long have you been with Geoforce?

A: I have been an employee at Geoforce since March 2013. I also was a consultant to Geoforce during the early years of the company (2008 to 2010); I was working elsewhere (at Ublip and Numerex), but Geoforce was one of our clients, and I helped develop the initial software application and messaging of our business value.

Q: Can you explain your job at Geoforce?

A: I am involved in a number of areas in support of our product, sales and marketing efforts. I investigate new markets (and different sectors within our existing markets), develop case studies and blogs, and help provide subject matter expertise to our sales team when it’s required in certain customer engagements. I also get involved in properly setting up and managing non-standard uses of our technology, such as the PNNL Mobile Source Transit Security project

Q: What do your hobbies include?

A: Tennis, gardening, travel and the occasional failed attempts to hit a golf ball.

Q: If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?

A: To fly. What else could be so awesome!

Q: What is your favorite thing about Geoforce?

A: Getting to meet, and learn about, so many different and interesting customers and partners – ranging from exploration & production companies (BP, Chevron, Pioneer Natural Resources, etc.), to oilfield service companies (Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, Halliburton, etc.), government laboratories/agencies (DoE, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, etc.), and consulting firms (PWC, Accenture, etc.)