Award-winning sourcing advisory and benchmarking firm, Alsbridge, Inc., today announced they were once again named to the list of World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors for the third consecutive year.
The annual ranking is based on a number of categories including global presence, annual growth, customer reference and a demonstrated ability to meet their customers’ needs. Alsbridge is a leader the sourcing consulting market in each of these areas.
The award-winning sourcing and benchmarking consulting firm reported 40 percent growth in the first two quarters of 2012. The firm continues to enjoy solid organic growth for its core service offerings and rapidly accelerating growth in its new consulting services. In addition to significant market growth, Alsbridge’s customer satisfaction is at an all-time high. In a customer satisfaction survey from the first
“Alsbridge’s 40 percent growth so far this year speaks to the value we deliver to our clients and the amazing work of Team Alsbridge,” said Alsbridge CEO, Ben Trowbridge. “Alsbridge’s clients receive the most comprehensive consulting services available for all things sourcing and benchmarking.”
Each year, Alsbridge’s ranking is based on applications received and evaluated by an independent judging panel. The application process for the World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors award is rigorous and requires very detailed case studies and client references.
“Alsbridge’s 40 percent growth in Q1 coupled with our successive recognition on the World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors list is ongoing proof that our strategy – providing clients an all-in-one solution for sourcing advisory and benchmarking for the entire IT suite of infrastructure services, network carrier services, hardware, software, application support and development, and cloud services – is working, and that Alsbridge is exceptionally well-positioned to help our customers gain the highest possible value from their vendor relationships,” Trowbridge explains. “We are pleased to be recognized again this year for our leadership in the sourcing consulting space.”
This year’s field of competition included household names such as KPMG, PwC, Booz & Company, TPI, ISG, Everest Group, Deloitte Consulting, Ernst & Young, Forester and Gartner.