Bringing the
human touch
to technology.

 


hardware

 

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planning (ERP)

 

Business
Listing
Management

 

Phone Systems

Bringing the human touch to technology

High Touch Technologies is a software, technology, and communications company delivering solutions and support for over 30 years.

Headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, High Touch also has locations throughout the Midwest. We bring the human touch to technology.

We work for you.

A team of industry experts.

Recent News

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Upcoming Microsoft End of Support Dates

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It seems like Microsoft makes a new product announcement every other day, doesn’t it? When you’re focused on your workday and growing your business, it can feel impossible to keep…

Do You Have a Love/Hate Relationship With Your Technology?

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Have you ever heard someone utter the phrase, “Ugh! Computers hate me!”? Maybe you’ve said the phrase before yourself. The goal of technology is to make your everyday tasks easier…

Acumatica Recognizes High Touch with President’s Club Award

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In just over one year, High Touch Technologies has elevated its partnership with Acumatica from an unrecognized new player to an industry expert. At its 2019 Annual Partner Summit in…

Don’t Be a Groundhog, Keep Your Business Safe

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It’s almost Groundhog Day. Do you think we'll have six more weeks of winter, or is spring just around the corner? Groundhogs hibernate to survive during the cold months when…