The Chung Report features Wayne Chambers & Miguel Johns

Today, The Chung Report posted an article with videos featuring High Touch Technologies CEO and President Wayne Chambers. Chambers is part of a “Power Breakfast” with Miguel Johns of KingFit. KingFit is a start-up tech company focused on connecting people with diabetes with educational material and healthcare professionals. The two meet at Watermark Books to… Read more »

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High Touch Technologies Named to CRN’s 2017 Solution Provider 500 List

Wichita, KS – (June 5, 2017) – High Touch Technologies announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named High Touch Technologies to its 2017 Solution Provider 500 list. The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’s annual ranking of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America by revenue…. Read more »

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Wichita Force Football Game

High Touch Technologies hosted guests in an Intrust Bank Arena VIP suite Saturday night for the home opening game of the 2017 Wichita Force Football. CEO/President of High Touch, Wayne Chambers, was center field for the coin toss at the start of the game. Thanks to those who joined us! Facebook Photo Album

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Room Sponsor at New Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County

On September 6, the Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new home in a former Wichita elementary school. High Touch Technologies sponsored the Front Conference Room. Here are a couple articles about the opening: KMUW’s “New Home For Child Advocacy Center Of Sedgwick County“ The Wichita Eagle’s “A better… Read more »

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High Touch to acquire downtown Wichita’s Sterling Building

Wichita, KS – High Touch Technologies, an employee-owned company, will acquire downtown Wichita’s Sterling Building from attorney George Bruce. Located at the Northwest corner of William and Market, the building is immediately East of High Touch’s namesake building. The purchase of the two story building increases High Touch’s geographic footprint in Wichita by over 40,000… Read more »

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Chambers a member of Focus Foward panel

Shelly Prichard, President and CEO of WCF; Wayne Chambers; Jonathan George, Sheree Utash, Britten Kucklman. Photo courtesy of WCF. High Touch Technologies CEO and President Wayne Chambers was a member on a panel for “Focus Forward” by the Wichita Community Foundation (WCF) at Abode Venue. The event series had three time options for Wichitans to… Read more »

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Cutthroat Cookoff a Success – Benefit for Special Olympics of Kansas

Wayne Chambers assists Chef Paul Freimuth who was sabotaged at the time with oven mitts! (Photo courtesy of judge Schane Gross) On Friday evening, April 15, High Touch Technologies hosted a sold out Dinner and a Show event to benefit Special Olympics of Kansas. The “Cutthroat Cookoff” event featured a culinary battle between five teams…. Read more »

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High Touch Receives Over The Years Award

Wayne Chambers, CEO/President of High TouchPhoto courtesy of the Wichita Chamber Last night, High Touch Technologies was a recipient of the Over The Years award by the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce. Wayne Chambers, CEO/President of High Touch, accepted the award on behalf of the company. “The Over The Years award, initiated in 1963, recognizes… Read more »

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Wichita Eagle : “Holiday office parties may be waning…but not in Wichita”

The Wichita Eagle featured High Touch Technologies and CEO Wayne Chambers in a recent article featuring High Touch as a company who still throws annual Holiday parties. Their research shows national trends of companies doing otherwise. The article is titled “Holiday office parties may be waning nationally, but not in Wichita” and it was written… read more

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland : “Donor Spotlight”

Yesterday, the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland recognized High Touch Technologies in an article on their website, “Donor Spotlight.” An excerpt is below. “…Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland members, both volunteers and staff, will benefit from High Touch Technologies’ generous donation of more than $5,300 toward 20 iPads for the council… High Touch President &… read more