Businesses are looking for touch products that are easy to implement and are intuitive to use.
This is according to Michael Woolstrum, chief executive officer of Touch International, who said the touchscreen is an efficiency tool to enable business operations.
"We find touchscreen applications simplifying virtually every area of the marketplace, from military and medical, to grocery and restaurants," Mr Woolstrum explained to wireless communication device users and others.
"New touchscreen applications will continue to be discovered, leading to even greater touchscreen adoption in our everyday lives, both at home and at work."
Last week, Carmine Gallo, author of 'The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs' and founder of name of firm, suggested that business start-ups can learn important lessons on innovation from Steve Jobs, the former chief executive of Apple.
He observed that the departing Apple chief executive's prolific creativity is a consequence of his belief in the importance of diversity.
Posted by Simon Jones