ClickBank’s Greg Lems Named CIO of the Year by the Denver Business Journal

Lems Honored for Innovative Technology Efforts at ClickBank Amid Vast Digital Commerce Growth

BROOMFIELD, Colo.--()--ClickBank’s Greg Lems has been named the CIO of the Year by the Denver Business Journal. ClickBank, based in Broomfield, is a leading, global online marketplace, designed for the buying and selling of digital goods. This inaugural year for the award recognized technology leaders in four categories, and Lems won in the Corporate category, which included companies with $100 million to $1 billion in revenue and with 250 to 1,000 IT users.

The Denver Business Journal created this award to honor individuals who align their technology initiatives with the business strategy, show leadership in communication with their team, create efforts towards innovation, are dedicated to bettering their communities and demonstrate a strong sense of leadership. There were 50 finalists named for the award across four categories, which included Enterprise, Corporate, Emerging Business and Non-Profit.

Lems was honored for his continued emphasis on close communication and agility in IT processes, which has played a vital role in bringing new ClickBank features to market quickly. Under his direction, the IT infrastructure and applications at ClickBank have grown to be scalable and reliable in meeting the needs of ClickBank's ever-increasing network of affiliates and vendors. His dedication to community involvement also played a role in his recognition as a leading CIO. Lems is active in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, in addition to holding membership in numerous technology groups and associations in Colorado, including the Boulder Software Club. As a part of Colorado’s Technology Association, CSIA, Greg has participated annually in the C-Level event as a “Celebrity” whose time is auctioned off to raise money for technology projects in the area.

“I am honored to have been named the CIO of the Year by the Denver Business Journal,” said Greg Lems, Chief Technology Officer, ClickBank. “ClickBank’s customer-centric nature and vast worldwide growth demand forward-thinking technology to fuel our continued success and ability to not only meet, but exceed the needs of the rapidly changing and growing landscape of digital commerce.”

ClickBank is dedicated to providing opportunities for creating and growing successful businesses online. The management team not only strives to enable success for their customers, but also works to exhibit this same commitment to excellence internally. This recognition from the Denver Business Journal is coupled with the news that ClickBank CEO, Brad Wiskirchen, has been named as a finalist for the prestigious Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Winners for this award will be announced in June.

About ClickBank

ClickBank® is an online marketplace for digital information products that allows individuals and businesses to attract the customers they can’t find anywhere else online, and provides affiliate marketers with secure ways to be successful and profitable.

ClickBank combines a diversified, established marketplace with an infrastructure that includes industry-leading fraud prevention tools, reliable payment processing and expert customer support for more than 50,000 digital products and 100,000 active affiliate marketers. ClickBank provides services in more than 200 countries around the world and is consistently ranked as one of the most highly trafficked sites on the web.

ClickBank is privately held with offices in Broomfield, Colorado and Boise, Idaho. For more information, go to: http://www.clickbank.com/index.html.

Contacts

ClickBank
Heather Sharp, 720-836-3528
heather.sharp@clickbank.com

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ClickBank’s Greg Lems has been named the CIO of the Year by the Denver Business Journal. This award recognized technology leaders in four categories, and Lems won in the Corporate category.

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ClickBank
Heather Sharp, 720-836-3528
heather.sharp@clickbank.com