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David Steinour receives SC CIO award

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Furman Chief Information Officer David Steinour

In fall last year, Integrated Media Publishing and AcumenIT announced the recipients of the 2019 SC CIO Awards recognizing outstanding South Carolina-based information technology executives. Among the eight honorees, Furman University’s Chief Information Officer David Steinour received a “Judge’s Choice Award.”

Greenville Business Magazine published a Q&A with Steinour. When asked about how he engenders an appreciation among co-workers for the kind of data IT operations can provide, he said, “I am fortunate that the senior leadership at Furman appreciates the value of data-driven decisions. Part of my charge when I came back to Furman in 2017 was to enable measurable assessment of The Furman Advantage, our ambitious promise to Furman students of an unparalleled, individualized education experience.” Read more in the December issue of Greenville Business Magazine.

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