TouchSystems Joins the Digital Signage Federation

TouchSystems illustrates its alignment with the interactive display and digital signage sectors through its membership with the Digital Signage Federation.

Hutto, TX, August 30, 2012 --( TouchSystems is delighted to announce its alliance with the Digital Signage Federation (DSF). The alliance is part of TouchSystems continuing interest in supporting and promoting the interests of the digital signage and interactive technologies industries.

TouchSystems has long supported those interests, but the company has decided to proclaim that support publicly. An alliance with DSF is one way of doing that. It also is a way to become more involved with the digital signage and interactive technologies industries and to showcase TouchSystems’ expertise in subject matters relevant to those industries.

TouchSystems knows it is an invaluable resource; the company has been in existence for almost fifteen years, and many of the people within the company have experience in the touch industry for as long as or longer than that. Those people bring that knowledge to interactions with potential and current customers. They also share that knowledge via speaking engagements and seminars.

Carol Nordin, president of TouchSystems, is one such person. She says of the membership with DSF, “It’s important that people know the value that TouchSystems brings to the touch industry. Joining DSF is one more way to gain exposure for our name, our knowledge, and our experience.”

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