Tucson's AudioEye names new CEO

Tucson technology startup AudioEye today announced the appointment of Todd Bankofier as Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Carr Bettis will remain as Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Todd is a strong principled leader who cares deeply about making the web and digital content fully accessible, not only for the 5% -10% of the population … Read more

AudioEye raises $2.675 million in equity capital

AudioEye, the creator of the world’s first and only cloud-based audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform for those with accessibility challenges announced the closing of a $2.675 million equity capital raise. Shares were sold to institutional and accredited investors, including existing investors and members of the Company’s board of directors. AudioEye’s company focus is to … Read more

University of Arizona's MIS College launches AudioEye's Audio Internet platform

The University of Arizona’s (UA) academic department of Management Information Systems (MIS), through the Eller College of Management, is now offering its students new accessibility features on its academic websites. The new feature comes from a partnership with Tucson-based AudioEye, the creator of the audio Internet patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform. AudioEye’s … Read more

AudioEye Goes Public, Receives New U.S. Patents

AudioEye, Inc. the Tucson-based creator of the Audio Internet ™ has gone public and will expand their coverage in the field of automated Internet. The company broke away from its parent company CMG Holdings Group last August after being acquired just two years before and is now trading on the OTCQB, an over-the-counter stock market, … Read more

AudioEye Delivers an Audio Internet for the Visually Impaired

AudioEye (AEYE.OB) the creator of Audio Internet™ is a patented Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform that works to enable Internet access for the blind and visually impaired. This year AudioEye was voted Gold Edison Award winner for innovation in the category of “Lifestyle and Social Impact; Quality of Life.” This concept … Read more

Top 10 most funded Arizona tech companies 2015

What Arizona companies brought home the bacon for their company? Here are the Top 10 funded tech companies for 2015 that came out of Arizona.     We’ve been following them all year, learn more about these companies below and more news about startups raising capital at AZ Tech Beat. 2015 AZTB headlines for Top … Read more

What you need to know about the Tucson tech community

Phoenix’s sister city to the south, Tucson, has blossomed into its own thriving technology ecosystem. Tucson is home to the Tucson Tech Corridor (TTC) and also several big technology companies that employ thousands of Tucson residents such as Raytheon and IBM. Here’s a run-down of what you need to know about the Tucson tech community. Startup … Read more

Pitch for $5K at Get Started Tucson – May 14

Get Started Tucson is a live pitch event put together by a partnership between Cox Business and Inc. Magazine to offer startups in Southern Arizona the chance to win a technology prize pack. The event is to take place during the 51st annual National Small Business Week, May 14, 2014 at the Tucson Scottish Rite, … Read more

Slide(show me the money) – Capital raises in 2013

2013 proved to be an excellent year for the tech community and raising capital is always exciting news for the ecosystem! AZTB brings you a slideshow to display some of the capital raised by tech companies all over Arizona. Read more: appsFreedom, Contatta, nGage Labs, Integrate, HiringSolved, ClearDATA, Mobivity, Infusionsoft, AudioEye, Post.Bid.Ship. If your company raises capital, make … Read more

Tucson-based Audio Internet co. raises $3.25M to expand sales & marketing efforts

Tucson-based, AudioEye, creator of the Audio Internet patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform, announced that it has closed on the private placement of 10,835,002 Units, gross proceeds of approximately $3.25 million. Each Unit was priced at $0.30 and consisted of one share of common stock and a warrant to purchase one share of common … Read more