Matthew Marolda


Matthew Marolda is the founder and CEO of StratBridge, Inc., a software firm specializing in data visualization and analysis.

Since its founding in 1999, Mr. Marolda has led the rapid growth of StratBridge in terms of revenue, clients and software development. StratBridge has served a wide range of clients, including: large professional services firms, major global consulting firms, Fortune 500 corporations, and a variety of investment firms, professional sports organizations, and major colleges. Mr. Marolda and StratBridge have been covered in numerous media outlets, including CNBC, BussinessWeek, Fortune, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, ESPN, the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, Sports Business Journal, ComputerWorld, InfoWeek, Mass High Tech, and eWeek.

Recently, Mr. Marolda drove StratBridge’s rapid penetration into the professional sports market, growing the company’s client base from one franchise to over 100 in less than a year, and establishing StratBridge as a leader in ticket sales optimization and player analysis.

Prior to starting StratBridge, Mr. Marolda was a consultant at Braxton Associates, now the strategy practice of Deloitte Consulting.

Mr. Marolda earned his M.B.A. at the Tuck School at Dartmouth where he won the Adams Award for Excellence in Entrepreneurship. Mr. Marolda graduated from Bowdoin College with Honors, earning majors in Economics and Mathematics and a minor in Art History.