Ken Sherman Joins J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. as Vice President of Software Engineering

J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of safety and regulatory compliance solutions, announced today that Ken Sherman has joined the company as vice president of software engineering for its Technology Solutions division. He will lead a team of more than 130 development and quality assurance professionals in the technical design and development of J. J. Keller’s software solutions and connected devices line.

“We’re excited to add Ken to this growing team as we continue to expand our technology footprint,” said Lacie Callan, executive vice president of Technology Solutions for J. J. Keller. “Technology solutions are increasingly used by our clients to keep workers safe and ensure respectful workplaces. These solutions are critical to our purpose as a company.”

Sherman has extensive experience leading and building software engineering teams, with technical experience spanning cloud-based software platforms, mobile, video, AI and telematics.

“Ken brings a customer-focused perspective to designing, developing and growing great products,” said Callan. “He has experience in leading global development teams and continuous improvement, all of which are a great fit for J. J. Keller.”

Sherman has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and communications from San Diego State University. He comes to J. J. Keller most recently from leadership roles with arrivia, Inc., Quake Global, Inc. and Verimatrix, Inc. Sherman will reside in Northeastern Wisconsin, where J. J. Keller is headquartered.

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