Touchsystems Touches More Markets

TouchSystems is reaching out to non-profit community organizations and digital signage software vendors.

Hutto, TX, July 05, 2012 --( TouchSystems is delighted to announce that Tom Williams, TouchSystems’ Business Development Manager, has launched two new sales verticals. Williams is now addressing non-profit community organizations, such as the YMCA or YWCA and houses of worship, as well as digital signage software vendors.

TouchSystems has long wanted to reach out to these different verticals, but it’s only been in recent months that the company has had the ability to spend time and effort doing so. Williams is leading the charge with that time and efforts; he is meeting one-on-one with non-profit community organizations and software vendors. His hope is to form mutually beneficial partnerships with the software vendors and to help meet the existing needs of community organizations.

Williams is well-versed in those needs. He says, “One of my passions outside TouchSystems is and has been helping non-profit organizations with whatever needs they have, whether those needs be mowing the lawn or printing brochures or offering counsel about an investment in interactive digital signage or desktop touch monitors.” Williams understands that each organization is different and requires different touch solutions. For example, one organization might use digital signage to broadcast upcoming events and other community-related information. Another might use a touch-integrated desktop monitor as a check-in kiosk. Williams’ job is to present those organizations with the different touch solutions and to guide them toward choosing one that will best serve their needs.

When it comes to Williams’ work with software vendors, Williams’ goal is two-pronged. He hopes to partner with vendors whose software can be bundled with TouchSystems products and vice versa. He knows that many people are seeking all-in-one solutions. By partnering with software vendors, TouchSystems can begin to fulfill that need and to continue to be a pioneer in the touch screen industry.

TouchSystems was established in 1996. The company was and continues to be a pioneer in the touch screen technology industry. TouchSystems is dedicated to creating a product that meets people’s needs and designs, manufactures, and distributes touch monitors, interactive digital signage displays, all-in-one touch computers, touch point-of-sale (POS) terminals, informational kiosks, and industrial controls and peripherals. TouchSystems, based in Hutto, Texas, is a certified woman- and minority-owned small business.
Erin Feldman