NJ hires technology director

Apr 6, 2018 by Triton Staff

Keith Perfect has joined Northrop & Johnson as director of technology and intelligence. He will be based in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office.

Perfect previously worked at Advantage Services, a Fort Lauderdale website design and IT services company, where he handled myriad projects ranging from customer service to tech support and website development for yachting and maritime companies. He later led its web and cloud development department. Perfect has a bachelor’s degree in information technology.

“We have worked with Keith for many years during his time at Advantage Services,” Daniel Ziriakus, Northrop & Johnson COO, said in a company statement. “Keith has been a fundamental part of developing Northrop & Johnson’s technological and digital footprint, and we are so excited to have him on board full time.”

Perfect is an active board member of the Freedom Waters Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic marine-related experiences.


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