Harry Aderton is NetCentrics’ vice president of business development. He is responsible for driving business growth for the company, increasing market share into new and adjacent territories, and closing on new business.
With more than 25 years working as a government contractor—20 of which were spent directly involved in business development—Harry brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this role. Prior to joining NetCentrics, he spent 12 years at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), earning two presidential awards during that time. Hailing from other industry giants such as CSRA and General Dynamics, his extensive background covers both the private and public sectors.
His involvement in the Iraq-Kuwait C4 Commercialization effort established Harry as a key contributor establishing tactical and strategic communications systems for the warfighter in Southwest Asia during the war. He was also credited for conceptualizing and leading the effort in providing the first ever containerized Technical Control Facility for the US Army. In addition to his professional career, Harry is a product of Rutgers College of Engineering and was a pioneer in the network systems management field, where he is credited for the patents behind automatic software updates and patching used globally today.