Andrew Sordi is a senior principal in West Monroe Partners’ Healthcare & Life Sciences practice, based in New York City. He has more than 10 years of experience helping healthcare organizations develop capability-based technology strategies that deliver business value.
Throughout his career, Andrew Sordi has helped clients bridge the business and technology intersection by providing clarity into technology investments and visibility into realized benefits. Working with executives across the health insurance and pharmaceutical landscape, Andrew has developed a reputation as a trusted advisor who solves complex problems, define actionable strategies and mobilization plans, and then manage implementation to desired outcomes.
Andrew is a motivated and enthusiastic consultant a strong track record for employing modern enterprise architecture, IT strategy, and program and portfolio management techniques to achieve business goals. His uncommon blend of business, healthcare, and deep technology acumen enables him to drive both strategic and tactical efforts across a broad array of domains, ensuring that stakeholders from senior executives to front-line staff are aligned on the path forward.
Over the course of his career, Andrew has worked with an array of companies in the healthcare and life sciences sectors, including payers, providers, and pharmaceutical manufacturers. His experience includes claims administration, care management and wellness, production support and IT operations, clinical trial lab operations, sourcing and vendor management, and business intelligence.
Andrew joined West Monroe in 2018 from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). As a director in the Healthcare vertical, he led cross-functional teams to deliver business and technology transformational programs across the healthcare landscape. He helped numerous clients develop complex IT strategies, mobilize and lead multi-faceted programs, and operationalize governance processes.
Previously, Andrew was a senior consulting associate with Diamond Management & Technology Consultants, specializing in the healthcare sector.
Andrew earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stony Brook University.