Global sourcing advisory Alsbridge has in recent months bolstered its team in the US with four new Managing Directors: Mike Slavin, Jenn Stein, Dan Bryan and Pat Casey. Two of the four new advisors join from outside the industry, with Stein and Casey transferring from Accenture and Bullpen Associates.
Mike Slavin is an industry veteran in the sourcing domain. Formerly a Strategic Sales Executive at HP Enterprise Services, he was responsible for major deal qualification and pursuit. Prior to HP, Slavin was a Partner and Managing Director at TPI, where he was responsible for sales, growth and delivery of TPI’s services in the media, telecom and utilities sectors.
Jenn Stein joins Alsbridge from Accenture, where she had P&L responsibility for major pharma and medical products distribution clients, managing 150 global professionals. Prior she worked as a Global Account Leader at PwC, she was responsible for multiple delivery teams servicing a major pharmaceutical client across the entire value chain. Earlier in her career she worked for BearingPoint (sold to PwC in the US) and Capgemini Consulting (at the time Cap Gemini Ernst & Young). Stein has an extensive background in life sciences, working with companies in the fields of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, animal health and organizations focused on research, development, technology transfer, commercialisation and distribution.
Dan Bryan, who will lead Alsbridge’s Information Technology Asset Management (ITAM) service offering, has more than 25 years of industry experience. In addition to specializing in complex solutions involving hardware, software and services integration, Bryan has worked extensively with a wide range of retail organisations. His previous roles include Director of Sales at CyrusOne, a data center provider, and Director, Retail Industry with Hewlett-Packard.
Pat Casey joins Alsbridge from Bullpen Associates, a Northeast regional consulting firm in the US focused on cost reduction and contract management for mid-market enterprises. Prior to founding Bullpen Associates, Casey worked in leadership positions for large telecommunications companies and boutique consulting firms.
“We are delighted to have Mike, Jenn, Dan and Pat bring their skills and leadership to the Alsbridge team,” says Chip Wagner, CEO of Alsbridge. “Their experience, strategic vision and industry-specific expertise will greatly enhance our ability to address clients’ increasing demands for consulting and advisory services that address their unique problems and requirements.”
With over 200 consultants on four continents, Alsbridge is one of the larger consulting firms that specialises in sourcing. Recently the business advisory firm was recognised as one of the 20 best outsourcing consultancies of the globe.