SOURCE: Perceptron, Inc.

Perceptron, Inc.

April 22, 2015 16:47 ET

Perceptron Announces Resignation of Chief Financial Officer

PLYMOUTH, MI--(Marketwired - Apr 22, 2015) - Perceptron, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRCP) - Perceptron's Chief Financial Officer, Keith Marchiando, submitted his resignation effective May 8, 2015, the company disclosed today. Mr. Marchiando has accepted a position with a private firm. Until his departure, Mr. Marchiando will continue his current responsibilities for the Company and will work on transition matters.

The Company will commence a comprehensive search for a new Chief Financial Officer to succeed Mr. Marchiando. 

"While we are disappointed to lose Keith, because of a myriad of opportunities we see in our multi-national, high technology business, we are very confident that we will find a strong CFO in a reasonable period of time," said Jeff Armstrong, CEO of Perceptron. "We wish Keith the best in his new endeavor and appreciate his efforts on behalf of the Company."

About Perceptron

Perceptron (NASDAQ: PRCP) supplies a comprehensive range of automated industrial metrology products and solutions to manufacturing organizations for dimensional gauging, dimensional inspection and 3D scanning. Products include 3D machine vision solutions, robot guidance, coordinate measuring machines, laser scanning, and advanced analysis software. Automotive, aerospace and other manufacturing companies globally rely on Perceptron's metrology solutions to assist in managing their complex manufacturing processes to improve quality, shorten product launch times and reduce costs. More than 900 systems, 12,000 Perceptron measuring sensors and over 3,000 COORD3 coordinate measuring machines are in active daily use worldwide. Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan, Perceptron has subsidiary operations in the Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain and the UK. For more information, please visit

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