Jason Lambiris is Chief Executive Officer of Apex Digital Solutions, a leading provider of Managed and Traditional IT Services and Support headquartered in metropolitan Detroit. Lambiris founded Apex in 1998 with a vision of building a company that is committed to excellence and ‘technology for people’s sake’ – utilizing best of breed technology to improve productivity and collaboration.
Jason is responsible for the management of Apex’s overall strategy and direction. In addition, he actively plays a role as a trusted advisor and virtual CIO/CTO for many of his clients and focuses on achieving the proper balance of people, process and technology with their business goals. He strongly believes that through proper education, technology can drive innovation within an organization and should not simply be viewed as a commodity. By cultivating this philosophy Jason has won accolades both individually and for Apex.
In July of 2013 Apex was recognized as Microsoft’s Cloud Partner of the Year and Community Connections Partner of the Year for the Central U.S. Apex was also awarded Microsoft’s Partner of the Year Award for the Heartland Area (MI, OH, KY and TN) in 2012. These accomplishments have placed Apex in a class of less than .5% of all Microsoft Partners worldwide. Additionally, Jason drove the organization to earn the recognition of Corp! Magazine in 2011 as one of Michigan’s Economic Bright Spots and was also awarded the Leaders & Innovators Award later that year by Lawrence Technological University.
Along with his duties as CEO, Jason is deeply involved in the surrounding communities. As a member of The Parade Company’s Distinguished Clown Corp since 2008, Jason leads an independent effort each year to raise funds to send underprivileged children from the Detroit area to America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. In addition, Jason actively serves as a Board or Committee Member with organizations such Midwest Technology Leaders, Hospitality Technology Magazine, The Channel Company (formerly UBM) XChange Events, The Children’s Center of Detroit, and the Oakland University INCubator to name a few.
Jason attended Macomb Community College where he earned an A.A.S. in Construction Technologies. He then attended Oakland University to pursue a B.A. in both Computer Science Engineering and Management Information Systems.