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Jeri Morgan, Co Founder of Broomfield based Code Blue Computing has been nominated for an APEX award for technology excellence. She was nominated for the 2013 Woman in Tech category.
The APEX Awards recognize Colorado’s technology excellence highlighting remarkable leaders and innovators. This prestigious event has been hosted since 2001 by Colorado Technology Association (CTA) to honor the success of hundreds of deserving leaders in technology. The winners will be announced on Tuesday September 10, 2013 during the APEX Awards gala to be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown Denver.
“I am honored to be a nominee for the 2013 APEX Awards. There are so many innovative professionals and leaders in the Tech industry in our state and I am proud to stand among them,” said Jeri Morgan, President, Code Blue Computing.
Founded in 2009, privately owned Code Blue Computing is a leader in the I.T Services industry. The company was previously named the 2012 Small Business of the Year by the City of Thornton. They provide mobile technology services and support to small and medium-sized businesses as well as home users in the Denver metro area. They specialize in businesses with 5 to 30 employees and assist these companies with anything ranging from computer repairs, viruses, setting up and managing their networks, maintaining their servers, migrating customers to cloud based backups, and website development.
“The APEX awards recognize and showcase the best of the technology innovation and leadership in Colorado. We look to our members to nominate ideas, projects, leaders and companies from every corner of the state and Colorado’s technology industry,” said Erik Mitisek, CEO, Colorado Technology Association.