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 that is disabled, but for everyone using digital content,” Bettis said in a statement. “He is an experienced and successful technology executive, and I feel privileged to have Todd by my side in building this business.”
Related: AudioEye raises $2.675 in equity capital

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Mr. Bankofier shared in a statement, “Having served the past two months as an Advisory Board member and executive consultant, I have been able to engage with clients, prospects, partners, current employees and shareholders. AudioEye has tremendous personnel and technology assets, strong and committed shareholders and an exemplary Board of Directors.”
Formerly Mr. Bankofier served as General Manager of Ensynch, which was at the time one of Arizona’s largest Information Technology services company. He was President and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council (ATC), the State’s leading technology organization, from 2002 – 2006. Before joining the ATC, he spent four years as Vice President of National Sales for XO Communications, a national telecommunications company, where he managed a national sales team to four years of record sales growth.
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