Perfecto appoints investor Jim Moran, to executive chairman role

Boston based cloud-based mobile test specialist, Perfecto, has appointed former investment manager Jim Moran, to newly-created position.

Perfecto said Moran’s focus will be to accelerate the company’s growth in quality assurance services. Moran was previously the managing director at North Bridge Venture, a venture capital firm, and Growth Equity Partners, an independent private equity company which invests in growing UK SMEs. Moran supervised investments in early-stage companies, including Paydiant, the cloud-based financial services company, and Confer Technologies, an endpoint security platform. Prior North Bridge Venture, Moran was senior vice president and general manager at CheckFree Corporation, now acquired by Fiserv, a financial services technology provider.

Liron Gitig, Perfecto board member and partner at FTV Capital, the equity investment firm, said: “The race to deliver a best-in-class digital experience has never been more fierce. Perfecto’s acceleration of cycle time and faster delivery of digital services make its solutions mission-critical for software development organizations. Jim’s expertise and leadership make him the right executive to help us capitalize on this massive market opportunity.”

Moran added: “As enterprises execute on their digital strategies, their software development and QA organizations must accelerate their level of innovation and time-to-market to engage with their users in new ways using web, mobile and IoT. Perfecto is in a market-leading position to support these efforts by optimizing their software delivery pipelines and assuring flawless digital user experiences.”

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