Chief Executive Officer
The quintessential entrepreneur, Todd Bankofier joined AudioEye in 2015 as the company was transitioning from a first-generation launch to the current iteration of products introduced in 2016. In a professional career spanning nearly three decades, Todd established a foundation as a leader in technology, asset growth, and as a staffer and lobbyist on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Todd served as the President and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council, the state’s leading technology organization and also held various executive positions in telecommunications, IT and asset management companies providing leadership and turn around solutions.
Since joining AudioEye, the company has experienced consistent growth, securing new clients that include some of the country’s largest and high-profile companies in retail, transportation, human resources and the Federal Government. Among AudioEye clients are: ADP, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Fox Business News, Lululemon, San Diego Zoo and Mutual of Omaha. Recently, the company entered partnerships with some of the country’s leading content management systems: CivicPlus, Kasasa, FinalSite, and Dealer Inspire. These platforms are among the largest providers of website and digital marketing services in their respective arenas of banking, municipal, educational and automotive retail.
“Digital information is the great equalizer of our time, and access to it, is a game changer. However, when access is impeded, millions are excluded. Through our technology, AudioEye removes barriers to access to digital information and levels the playing field for everyone. Or as we like to say – we make digital content more accessible and more usable, for more people” “We believe no new website should ever be launched without full digital accessibility in place for anyone who needs it. Leaders need to remember that every design decision they make can either include or exclude people. At AudioEye, we’re committed to inclusion, so we focus on remediating existing websites in the hope that one day, when every website has been designed for accessibility, we’ll have met our mission.”