Zach Okun Joins AudioEye as Chief Product Officer

Zach Okun Joins AudioEye as Chief Product Officer

AudioEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: AEYE), the industry-leading digital accessibility platform, today announced Zach Okun has joined the Company as Chief Product Officer. With 15 years of product management experience, Zach will focus on building AudioEye’s product development organization to support the Company’s growth and its mission to make digital content accessible to everyone.

“Zach has been successful driving the growth and scale of some of the most widely used products on the Internet. His experience at both large companies like Facebook and Amazon and several high-growth startups will bring a new level of product development expertise to AudioEye,” said David Moradi, interim CEO. “As awareness of digital accessibility rises to the forefront, Zach’s efforts will ensure AudioEye’s products are scalable and easy to integrate and will further strengthen our market-leading technology platform. We’re thrilled to have Zach join the leadership team.”

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Zach was most recently at Facebook, where he led their offsite data products, like the Facebook Pixel (one of the most ubiquitous pieces of code on the internet) and the Conversions API. Zach’s products serve millions of customers and power tens of billions of dollars in revenue. Before Facebook, he led product teams at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Amazon Web Services, and several high-growth startups.

“AudioEye is uniquely positioned to help customers do something that every digital business needs and wants to do — provide equal access to the Internet,” said Okun. “I’m thrilled to join the Company at this pivotal time, to make it easy and affordable for all businesses to make themselves digitally accessible.

I look forward to leveraging my experience at the world’s most successful companies as well as high growth startups to build a team and culture that is capable of continuously providing excellent products that scale.”

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