Our Purpose

Our company bridges the gap between user expectations and developer results. Our mission is to become the leading voice in promoting teamwork through change agility and product management. We actively ensure that our methodologies remain relevant, vibrant, and effective, in any industry where change is rapid and competition is fierce.

Company Profile

Operating anywhere the need arises, Nexbridge fulfills its corporate mission by offering services to help companies cope with continuously available, high-change business environments. In these environments, relationship management is difficult, competition is fierce, and risks and failure rates are high. We help our clients form sound and testable products and  strategic plans as the basis of moving with change, rather than reacting to it. We work with our clients, helping to translate their plans into delivered products and services. We use mentoring and coaching of the clients personnel with the objective of self sufficiency in areas such as product management training, product line evaluation and assessment, facilitation, technology architecture review and training, methodology review and training, and general systems capabilities training.

Nexbridge offers a very high level of practical experience, drive, leadership, integrity and most importantly, a fundamental understanding of the processes around dynamic system changes. Clients know that working with Nexbridge reduces their overall, long-term costs and risks to meet their own users’ and clients’ needs.


Nexbridge was founded in 1999, by Randall S. Becker, as a services company for strategic planning in high availability markets. We have since expanded our consulting to include software development consulting in the HP NonStop horizontal market, which allowed us to focus on the the Extremely Available Computing space. In 2003, we began development products to support the emerging the ECLIPSE ecosystem for NonStop. Our decision to bring concepts of process simplification for improving availability to small companies occurred in late 2013.