Microsoft is taking a baseball road trip this summer to show off its statistics-tracking software, which is apparently suited to baseball and business.
The company will demonstrate Microsoft Office Business Scorecard Manager 2005 in hosted skybox events at Major League ballparks across the country. The Web-based software, launched last fall, tracks business goals, intelligence and performance indicators.
Microsoft has built a baseball scorecard that tracks pitching and batting performance, which it demonstrates to business executives invited to the games.
The company’s news release had a link to a schedule of the events, but I couldn’t find it this morning. I wonder if they’d be able to get any execs to come to a Mariners game.