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Michael Rosenbaum

Founder and CEO | Catalyst IT Services Download Profile

Michael Rosenbaum is the Founder and CEO of Catalyst IT Services. Catalyst applies big data to team assembly, offering its clients the option to deliver applications services at three times the productivity, half the defect rates, and fractions of what it would cost to send the work offshore. Clients include Nike, Starwood, eBay, Microsoft, Red Hat, and Cambia Health. Catalyst has been recognized as a 2013 Cool Vendor by Gartner, and has received coverage from Gartner, Forrester, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, CIO, ComputerWorld, and ZDNet.

Mike also oversees Pegged Software, a company that applies big data to team assembly in the healthcare industry, therefore reducing employee turnover in hospitals and long term care facilities by 45%-77%. This year Pegged will process over 3 million job applications for hospitals and systems including Loma Linda, Adventist Healthcare, LifeBridge Health, Metroplex, and Glendale.

Before starting his two companies, Mike spent two years teaching in the economics department at his alma mater, Harvard, as well as conducting research and writing on law and economics as a John M. Olin Fellow. He clerked for the Honorable Diana Gribbon Motz, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, from 1999-2000.