ScoutAdvisor Declares DC Office Open for Business

Boston, MA – (August 26, 2010) – ScoutAdvisor officially opened its DC-based operations In June. With five of ScoutAdvisor’s key engineering and project management staff residing in the greater Washington DC area, the otherwise virtual software team made the decision to take office space in nearby Alexandria, VA (Old Town).

VP Strategy and Creative, Yates Jarvis, who is now located at the DC office, noted that the balance of ScoutAdvisor’s engineering staff remains virtual, with home offices around the country. “We’ve got some of our key forward-thinkers located together in the DC area where daily in-person collaboration is anticipated and ensued as a regular part of the ScoutAdvisor engineering process.” The back office operations remain in the greater Boston area.

ScoutAdvisor Corp. is still seeking to hire additional qualified web developers and database analysts as it continues to expand its ScoutAdvisor® flagship product along with ScoutAdvisor® DataPro and its corresponding Source Funnel Technology® offerings to a broader base of clients.

“We’re thrilled to have opened our first brick-and-mortar ScoutAdvisor business office in the DC area. The think tank we have assembled to work together in that office is second to none. Our clients will see the benefits of this decision as we begin to roll out even more innovative solutions for our professional sports teams in 2010/2011,” said CEO Michael Morizio.

About ScoutAdvisor Corporation

ScoutAdvisor Corporation is the nation’s leading scouting technology company. Since 1999, ScoutAdvisor has been specializing in the creation of technology solutions to improve the collection, reporting and management of data by providing customized, online/offline analytics, data aggregation, and advanced, visual data trending. Currently, a majority of Major League Baseball uses these cutting-edge systems. ScoutAdvisor is also dedicated to developing for international markets, with a comprehensive system currently in use by clients including Japan’s ORIX Buffaloes. For more information, visit or contact For job inquiries, contact

August 26, 2010

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