InformationWeek IT Chief Of The Year: SF Giants’ Bill Schlough

Posted by on December 17, 2012

Every member of the San Francisco Giants IT department has a 2010 World Series ring, and one day during the 2013 season they’ll also get their 2012 World Series rings.

Schlough’s IT team celebrates the Giants’ World Series win

Buster Posey, the National League’s Most Valuable Player, Pablo Sandoval, the World Series MVP, and 23 other players were on the field, but Ken Logan, senior IT director, Dave Woolley, director of strategic IT initiatives, Dan Quill, director of application development, and eight other IT all stars also made the Giants’ Western Division championship, playoff run and final sweep of the Detroit Tigers possible.

This notion may seem over the top, but it is what they believe, and they can draw the chalk lines from technology initiatives to Commissioner’s Trophies, from dynamic ticket pricing to the Digital Dugout to a World Series victory, like Tinker to Evers to Chance.

That’s the magic of Bill Schlough, the CIO of the San Francisco Giants and InformationWeek‘s 2012 Chief of the Year: He believes.

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