Bolder County Business Report
By Heather McWilliams
LONGMONT — November 23, 2012 — A proliferation of devices with touch-enabled screens spurred customer use and familiarity with a technology once employed only in certain peripheral markets. Now well-entrenched on personal phones, tablets and music players, some businesses are making the transition to touch for the office, too.
It’s more prevalent in the workplace,” said Stuart Robertson, chief executive of Software Wholesale International, a Longmont-based software reseller. The company works with 8,000 clients across the United States, offering strategic business consulting around technology that helps clients decide what technology fits their needs and assisting in its implementation, Robertson said. The transition to touch matches the trajectory of the industry.