PortVision Appoints Perduto

Thursday, February 03, 2011

PortVision has appointed James Perduto as Director of Transportation and Government Business Development.  Based in N.Y., James assumes responsibility for business development for the company's enterprise software solutions and PortVision, a web-based platform that provides visibility and reporting for global commercial AIS vessel tracking activities.

A veteran mariner and maritime transportation executive, James has had extensive business development experience in the maritime transportation industry. Most recently, James served as Vice-President of Sales for a maritime software solutions provider and prior to that, as Vice-President of North American Marketing and Customer Service for a large roll-on/roll-off steamship company. In addition, James has held leadership positions in the U.S. Navy as a Navy Commander while mobilized with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a Military Sealift Command Expeditionary Port Unit.

James earned a Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation Management and a Master of Science in International Transportation Management from New York Maritime College.

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