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Big game technology demand in college sports – David Payne – University of Oklahoma

In this episode of Sports Geek, Sean Callanan chats with David Payne, Senior Technology Strategist at the University of Oklahoma.

On this podcast, you’ll learn about:

  • How David landed an IT career.
  • Why sports and colleges should not be afraid of digital transformation.
  • Stadium connectivity is now a required utility.
  • How digital transformation can bring cost savings.
  • Tech required for new softball stadium.
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OU family #BoomerSooner

Look at the support for Oklahoma Softball.

Hope to reconnect in person with David soon (and maybe even Chip Foley)

 

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