ScoutAdvisor Fills Out DC Roster with Key Engineering Staff

Boston, MA – (August 30, 2010) – Alongside the release of its newest scouting analytics offering, ScoutAdvisor® DataPro 2.6®, ScoutAdvisor Corp. has been steadily building its DC-based operations with the hiring of Ed Waud and Kyle Lilly. Yates Jarvis, VP Strategy & Creative, detailed that enhancements to wireless data availability and bandwidth increases to handle high-definition video were principle motivators for their growth.

Jarvis explained that ScoutAdvisor’s capacity to “serve sliced-up scouting data and statistical analysis” has positively increased with “the advancements in the country’s innovations in data accessibility and bandwidth maximums.”

“We’re excited to welcome Ed and Kyle aboard. Our focus in recent months has been on top notch recruiting, and we dedicate the time it takes to find the best possible people to join our highly trained team. In the second half of 2010, you’ll see us building out another new product and continuing to add staff in DC,” said CEO Michael Morizio.

Waud and Lilly will help to serve ScoutAdvisor’s existing MLB client-base, focusing on additional product development and engineering consulting services. Waud has held a number of Sr. Project Management positions after graduating from Wake Forest University (NC); Lilly has held software engineering positions in the greater DC area since achieving his engineering degree from Virginia Tech (VA).

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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 30, 2010

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