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Alsbridge is a US based global outsourcing consulting firm headquartered in Dallas, Texas with operations worldwide. Alsbridge Inc was formerly known as Trowbridge Group, until in 2005 when the company merged with a London-based company known as ALS Consulting. In 2010 Alsbridge was ranked as one of the fastest growing private companies. 
With the headquarters located in US, Alsbridge has five other offices located around the world. The company has undergone several organizational changes acquiring companies and as of 2012, Telwares, a consultancy networking cost optimization and transformation services to the Fortune 1000.
Alsbridge engages in a variety of various services; advisory, benchmarking, information technology, infrastructure, hardware and software maintenance, network services, application support and development, business process and cloud computing. Research provided by Alsbridge is targeted at CIO, CFO and CPO holding positions in industries such as ; consumer products, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution, pharmaceuticals and bio technology, government, technology, telecommunications, transportation, travel, entertainment, utilities and energy.
Founded in 2003 as the Trowbridge Group, the company began operating as Alsbridge, Inc. in 2005 after the merger with London-based ALS Consulting. Alsbridge, Inc. is certified in the United States as a veteran-owned small business.
In 2007, Alsbridge relocated its U.S. headquarters to its current Dallas address in the Turtle Creek business district. Alsbridge acquired Nautilus Advisors to form Alsbridge ProBenchmark in 2008, and in 2009 they acquired Thompson Advisory Group (TAG), now Alsbridge Network Services Group (NSG) to be able to provide telecom procurement, benchmarking, and telecom expense management. In 2010, Alsbridge was on the U.S. General Services Administration list of preferred vendors for the U.S. government and former U.S. Congressman, Asa Hutchinson, joined the outsourcing consulting firm's advisory board.
In 2011 Alsbridge, Inc. acquired Outsourcing-Center.com, a research site for outsourcing buyers, and in 2012 Alsbridge, Inc. acquired Telwares, which provides network cost optimization and transformation services to the Fortune 10000.
CEO and Founder
- Ben Trowbridge (2003-Present)
Alsbridge has partnered with Cleaner Climate, a global carbon solution provider, to become carbon neutral. Alsbridge has formed an internal Environmental Committee designed to be a forum for sharing and communicating company initiatives for decreasing the environmental footprint of the workplace. The committee establishes policies related to recycling and waste reduction, lighting, heating and electronic equipment.
- ↑ "Fortune 5000:2010 Inc. 5000 List". Fortune. 2010. http://www.inc.com/inc5000/list/2010/4700/company/desc. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
- ↑ Former U.S. Congressman Asa Hutchinson Joins Alsbridge Inc. Advisory Board. Hutchinson-group.com. Retrieved on 2011-12-20.
- ↑ Halverson, Sean. SC. Prlog.org. Retrieved on 25 June 2012.
- ↑ Alsbridge Acquires Telwares and Creates Network Sourcing & Transformation Powerhouse. finance.yahoo.com. Retrieved on 26 November 2012.
- Alsbridge, Inc. Official site
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