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About Matt

Matt Hovey is currently Chief Architect for Global Product Development IT at General Motors.  Previously, he has led technology teams in Emerging Technology, Embedded Systems Engineering and Information Technology domains, including OnStar’s Advance System Architecture team and GM’s Mobile Computing group. Matt has authored or managed several Records Of Invention and patent applications, including OnStar’s next-generation over-the-air telematics protocol (US Patent #7881251).  In his role of discovering new technologies and IT products for one of the largest corporations in the world, Matt is actively engaged in shaping the future of enterprise computing.


IT management, enterprise architecture and product engineering experience with world-class technology and consulting organizations like OnStar and Cambridge Technology Partners. Proven ability to produce and lead highly effective architecture and system delivery teams, develop and deploy new technologies and deliver complex global systems.


  • Enterprise Mobility Strategy, Policy, Center of Excellence, Apps, Security, Integration, and Infrastructure for iOS (iPhone), BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and Android handhelds and tablets
  • IT Strategy, Team Leadership, Governance and Application Portfolio Rationalization
  • Enterprise Architecture, Application Development and Support Organization Leadership
  • Telematics Systems End-to-End Architecture and Strategy (Customer, Embedded, Wireless, Back/Front Office)

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