Henry Rosen

VP, Business Development

Henry is one of the country’s leading experts in the emerging field of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Location Based Services (LBS). He focuses on helping Geoforce customers design and implement IoT and LBS solutions in Oil and Gas and other sectors. Henry is a frequent speaker at industry events and has spoken in many locations, including San Francisco, New York, Miami, Las Vegas, Dallas, and all the way over to Singapore and Nice.

At Geoforce, Henry has responsibility for customized solutions, channel partnerships, and sales operations. He has previously led the sales, marketing, and product management teams on an interim basis.

Prior to Geoforce, Henry was a Strategic Solutions Consultant for Digi International, an IoT/M2M company that combines products and services to drive business efficiencies. He helped build a new group at Digi focused on providing end-to-end solutions in Energy, Manufacturing, and Supply Chain, among other markets.

Earlier, as VP, Business Solutions at Numerex, Henry was responsible for remote monitoring solutions for enterprise markets. He was particularly actively involved with telehealth clients at Numerex who provide chronic disease and post-acute care management for diseases such as CHF, diabetes, implantable cardiac devices, MCOT (mobile cardiac outpatient telemetry), and vital signs monitoring.

Prior to Numerex, Henry was part of the founding team at Ublip, which was one of the earliest pioneers in delivering telematics and Location Based Solutions (LBS) through its Open Platform as a Service (Ublip was acquired by Numerex in 2008).

Henry began his IoT career at SensorLogic, which was later acquired by Gemalto. He spearheaded the company’s focus on remote monitoring capabilities in the healthcare, agriculture, energy, and industrial automation industries.

Henry is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Duke University, with Distinction in Economics. He lives in Dallas, Texas, and is married to Alice Shannon Rosen, owner of Made with Love Cookies, a boutique home bakery business. The Rosen’s have three teenage sons, two of whom are Eagle Scouts. Mr. Rosen is active in Boy Scouts of America and previously served a seven year term on the Board of Directors of Texas Special Olympics, where he chaired the Public Awareness Committee. He is also an avid gardener and tennis player.