Bill Schlough serves as Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer of the San Francisco Giants and Chairman of the San Jose Giants.
Since Schlough's arrival in 1999, the Giants have been recognized as one of the most innovative teams in sports, playing a pioneering role in the world of Virtual Reality, HD video, mobile content, ticketing and payment systems. Wireless connectivity has been a primary focus since 2004 when AT&T Park became the first sports facility to provide free Wi-Fi to all fans. Schlough’s team has also implemented numerous proprietary analytic tools that helped secure three World Series titles over five years.
A San Francisco native and Ironman triathlete, Schlough holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Duke and an MBA from Wharton.