Brian Ballard, APX Labs' CEO, Named Top 100 Tech Titan by Washingtonian Magazine

May 21, 2015, 07:00 ET from APX Labs

WASHINGTON, May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- APX Labs, the developer of the Skylight enterprise software platform for wearable technology, today announced that CEO and co-founder Brian Ballard was selected as a 2015 "Top 100 Tech Titans" by Washingtonian magazine. The award recognizes outstanding leaders in the region that have made significant contributions to the technology community. Ballard is recognized alongside previous notable tech titans from companies such as IBM and Microsoft.

"I am honored to be recognized as a Tech Titan in a region that is home to so many distinguished executives and entrepreneurs leading the technology industry," said Brian Ballard, CEO and co-founder, APX Labs. "The people on this list are on the forefront of innovation and to be included among them is truly an accomplishment. As the APX Labs team continues to prove that wearables are changing the way people build, fix, move and operate things, we see this as another validation that we are developing something really important and impactful."

The Tech Titan award is the result of a competitive selection process and recipients are chosen based upon a proven track record of success and influence as a leader and visionary in the tech world. Founded in 2010, APX Labs has become the leader in developing wearable-based solutions for the industrial workforce. The company and Brian have garnered multiple industry awards including such recent ones as:

  • 2015 SAP Innovation Award Nominee
  • 2014 Xamarin Best Emerging Devices App
  • 2014 Finalist, EY Entrepreneur of the Year, Greater DC area
  • 2014 Gartner Cool Vendor
  • 2014 Wearable Tech Expo's Best App
  • 2014 Washingtonian Great Places to Work
  • Google's Glass at Work Founding Member
  • Salesforce Wear Founding Partner

About APX Labs
Since 2010, APX Labs has been the market leader in developing wearable technology for the hands-on workforce. APX Labs Skylight software product runs on many types of devices, integrates with existing business systems and is used today in a wide range of industrial operations including manufacturing, field service, repair, training and compliance. For additional information, visit

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