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KEITH PERFECT JOINS NORTHROP & JOHNSON AS DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY & INTELLIGENCE

Northrop & Johnson is delighted to welcome Director of Technology & Intelligence Keith Perfect to its international team. Keith will be based in the Fort Lauderdale office.

Keith has a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from Broward College. He is extremely passionate about and dedicated to his field of study. Keith also boasts an extensive understanding of the yachting industry. In 2007, he joined Advantage Services, where he worked on a myriad of different projects, ranging from customer service to tech support and website development for various yachting and maritime companies, among others. Later during his time with Advantage Services, Keith lead the web and cloud development department; he was tasked with helping businesses realize the potential of technology in order to facilitate growth and success for companies.

Keith’s extensive tech background and yachting industry knowledge are integral to his new role at Northrop & Johnson. He also brings with him to his position dedication, passion, creativity and a positive outlook.

“We are thrilled to add Keith to the Northrop & Johnson team,” says Northrop & Johnson COO Daniel Ziriakus. “We have worked with Keith for many years during his time at Advantage Services. 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.” 

When not in the office, Keith is an active board member of the Freedom Waters Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to improve the lives of individuals by providing therapeutic marine related experiences.

For more information, please email PR@NorthropandJohnson.com; to contact Keith directly, please email Keith.Perfect@NorthropandJohnson.com.

Keith’s extensive tech background and yachting industry knowledge are integral to his new role at Northrop & Johnson.

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Keith’s extensive tech background and yachting industry knowledge are integral to his new role at Northrop & Johnson.