Alexander Trewby is Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder of Enterproid, a leading developer enabling bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mobility.
Before Enterproid, Alexander spent 10 years at Morgan Stanley where he was VP of Mobile Development. With tens of thousands of BlackBerry devices under management, Alexander’s team held several patents and were winners at the 2010 CIO Awards for MS Phone, a telephony application that drove annual savings of several millions of dollars for the company. In 1996, he co-founded Westminister Internet, a political internet consultancy that put the first Members of the UK and European Parliament online. In 2004, he sold a Flash XMPP instant messenger to Adobe’s Antepo. In 2009, he created the first iPhone application for a UK politician. Alexander holds a B.S. in Economics from City University.