An internationally recognized leader in the emerging growth areas of the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, Roger Dewey is the Founder and CEO of Able Device, having established the company in early 2010. Dewey returned to Able Device in December 2014, after a three year stint as a Co-founder and Executive Vice President at Device Cloud Networks (DCN).
From 2009 to 2011, Dewey was the founder and Managing Member of M2MV, LLC, a leading international M2M business and strategy consulting firm.
Previous to founding M2MV, from May 2006 to September 2008, Dewey held the position of President and CEO of Telit Americas. He launched and led Telit Wireless Solutions' entry into the Americas M2M marketplace, focusing the company's efforts on the telematics, fleet management and automatic meter reading industry sectors. He established legal and operational entities in the United States and Brazil, along with extensive channel development throughout the region. For his efforts, Dewey was recognized for the second time as an Industry Pioneer by M2M Magazine (since renamed Connected World) in the spring of 2008.
From October 2001 until April 2006, Dewey held various executive positions at Sony Ericsson's M2M Com Business Unit (BU), including Vice President of the Americas, and Vice President of Global Business and Product Strategy. He was the key strategist in Sony Ericsson's divestiture of the business unit resulting in a successful acquisition by Wavecom, S.A. in April of 2006. During his tenure at Sony Ericsson, Roger Dewey was honored with the prestigious Telematics Leadership Award presented by Telematics Update Magazine in May of 2005, as well as being recognized for his achievements as an Industry Pioneer by M2M Magazine (since renamed Connected World) for the inaugural award in the spring of 2004.
Previous to his roles at Sony Ericsson, Dewey was located in Stockholm, Sweden, holding the position of Vice President & General Manager, Marketing & Sales for Ericsson's Mobile Internet Applications Business Unit. While at Ericsson, he had global marketing and sales responsibility for all Ericsson Mobile Internet Applications and Infrastructure Platforms.