Ben Trowbridge

Ben Trowbridge, CEO of Alsbridge, Inc., and a recognized expert in the fields of benchmarking and sourcing with a decade of leadership experience, began his executive career after completing his university education.

About Ben Trowbridge

Ben Trowbridge founded and leads Alsbridge, ranked as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies by Inc. Magazine in 2010. That year, and in 2011, the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals called Alsbridge the world’s best outsourcing provider. Ben Trowbridge was also named as a Superstar by the magazine FAO Today.

As CEO, Ben Trowbridge directs a team of professionals who perform benchmarking tests, devise strategies to deliver shared and outsourced services, and leverage cloud computing. Mr. Trowbridge guides the work of senior executives throughout this process. With his direction, the firm has secured sourcing contracts from $150 million to $2.2 billion.

In the last nine years, Ben Trowbridge also has expanded Alsbridge by acquiring Thompson Advisory Group, Nautilus Advisors, and Everest Partner’s outsourcing center. Today, its services range from applications to business processes to technology infrastructure.

Throughout his career, Ben Trowbridge has made a name for himself in the outsourcing industry. As a Managing Partner of Ernst & Young’s outsourcing group, he orchestrated two deals valued at upwards of $4 billion, the largest contracts in firm history. Under his guidance, the outsourcing group grew into a thriving global operation. Immediately prior to starting Alsbridge, he served as the CEO of United Messaging.

A member of the Outsourcing Leadership Association, Mr. Trowbridge often discusses trends and strategy at industry meetings and with the business and technology media. Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, Business Standard, InfoWorld, Information Week, CIO Magazine, and many others have all quoted him in articles on trends in outsourcing and cloud computing. Ben Trowbridge is also the author of, "Cloud Sourcing the Corporation," regarded as one of the industry’s definitive texts.

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