Tony DiBenedetto

Chairman and CEO

 

tony-dibenedettoTony DiBenedetto leads the strategic direction, development and vision of Concerto Cloud Services. He has 30 years of experience in the technology services industry, with a focus on executive management, business innovation and high-impact growth.

Named among the Top 25 Technology Disrupters in the country by CRN magazine, Tony's passion and energy motivates the team to drive innovation, think big and exceed customer expectations. 

Tony's vision and entrepreneurial spirit led to the development of a cloud capable of dealing with mission-critical applications, now known as Concerto Cloud Services, which operates as wholly-owned entity of Tribridge. Since launching the business in 2011, Concerto has become one of the leading cloud services providers in the country. 

The recipient of numerous leadership awards, including the Ernst & Young Florida Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in Technology and induction into the Florida State University College of Business Hall of Fame, Tony has dedicated his entire career to the areas of corporate culture, customer advocacy and servant leadership.

Tony co-founded Tribridge in 1998 and has led the firm through the successful acquisition and integration of several companies, resulting in a compounded annual growth rate of over 40 percent each year. Under his guidance, Tribridge has grown from a start-up company to one of the leading technology companies in the United States.

Tony earned partnership at Arthur Andersen before founding Tribridge. He also owned and operated several business ventures in retail, business services and healthcare. Tony mentors numerous entrepreneurs and serves on the board of directors of two service-based start-up companies.

Tony devotes a great deal of his time to community service, including a long-term strategic partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs. He co-founded the Tampa Bay Technology Forum (TBTF) and was the first executive director of the former TBTF Foundation, now TechStart, which helps at-risk and disadvantaged kids pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math through educational programs and scholarships.

Tony is a columnist for INC.com, authors a blog with more than 10,000 followers. DiBenedetto speaks on several workplace topics including leadership development, diversity, gender equality and generational relationships. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management Information Systems from Florida State University.