Perceptron

Industry group: Laboratory Apparatus And Analytical, Optical, Measuring, and Controlling Instruments

Headquarters: Michigan

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at Perceptron

Annual data

2018

On November 6, 2018, Perceptron reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
David L. Watza, PresidentChief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer$1,170,507
Richard J. Van ValkenburgVice President, Global Sales and Marketing$437,192

David L. Watza, President — Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer — received the highest compensation: $1,170,507 in total.

In addition, Richard J. Van Valkenburg — Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing — received a total compensation of $437,192.

2017

NamePositionCompensationDetails
David L. Watza, PresidentChief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer$853,058

David L. Watza, President — Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer — received a total compensation of $853,058.

2016

On September 27, 2016, Perceptron reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2016.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
W. Richard MarzChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$699,030
David L. WatzaSenior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer$370,992
Jeffrey M. ArmstrongFormer President and Chief Executive Officer$924,163
Song Yop ChungFormer Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer$270,808
David L. Watza, PresidentChief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer$370,992

Jeffrey M. Armstrong — Former President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $924,163 in total.

In addition, W. Richard Marz — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received a total compensation of $699,030; David L. Watza received $370,992; David L. Watza, President received $370,992; Song Yop Chung received $270,808.

2015

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Jeffrey M. ArmstrongFormer President and Chief Executive Officer$1,197,405
Song Yop ChungFormer Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer$404,341

Jeffrey M. Armstrong — Former President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $1,197,405 in total.

In addition, Song Yop Chung — Former Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer — received a total compensation of $404,341.

2014

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Jeffrey M. ArmstrongFormer President and Chief Executive Officer$580,963

Jeffrey M. Armstrong — Former President and Chief Executive Officer — received a total compensation of $580,963.

2013

On October 7, 2013, Perceptron reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2013.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Harry T. RittenourPresident and Chief Executive Officer$581,163
Mark S. HoefingSenior Vice President$379,577
John H. Lowry IIIVice President - Finance and Chief Financial Officer$338,408

Harry T. Rittenour — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $581,163 in total.

In addition, Mark S. Hoefing — Senior Vice President — received a total compensation of $379,577; John H. Lowry III received $338,408.

2012

On October 5, 2012, Perceptron reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2012.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Harry T. RittenourPresident and Chief Executive Officer$450,467
Mark S. HoefingSenior Vice President$287,629
John H. Lowry IIIVice President - Finance and Chief Financial Officer$236,278

Harry T. Rittenour — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $450,467 in total.

In addition, Mark S. Hoefing — Senior Vice President — received a total compensation of $287,629; John H. Lowry III received $236,278.

2011

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Harry T. RittenourPresident and Chief Executive Officer$351,448
Mark S. HoefingSenior Vice President, Industrial Business Unit$269,873
John H. Lowry IIIVice President — Finance and Chief Financial Officer$237,125

Harry T. Rittenour — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $351,448 in total.

In addition, Mark S. Hoefing — Senior Vice President, Industrial Business Unit — received a total compensation of $269,873; John H. Lowry III received $237,125.