MarineMax executive a finalist for leadership award in Florida

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Michael Adams, vice president of innovation and technology at MarineMax, is a finalist for the Tampa Bay Business Journal 2017 Chief Information Officer of the Year award.

“Innovation is a key component in the boating industry and being able to develop creative strategies is a major reason for our success. Michael Adams has been an incredible asset, paving the way for our continuing efforts in implementing new technologies,” Brett McGill, chief operating officer at MarineMax, said in a statement.

The award is one of several distinguishing the best leadership in the Tampa Bay area. The leaders are evaluated based on their contributions to their companies, using innovative strategies while implementing enterprise-wide IT systems, effective leadership and management styles, community involvement outside their organization and significant contributions to the Tampa Bay IT community during their careers.

The winner will be announced on Sept. 26.

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