High Touch Technologies presents $5,000 to Butler student

High Touch Technologies presented a $5,000 scholarship and a paid internship to a Butler student. Emily Wagner of Brookville was given this prestigious award.
“We thank High Touch for the amazing opportunity they present to Butler Students,” said Butler’s President, Kim Krull, Ph.D., “Congratulations Emily for obtaining this highly-prized scholarship and internship.”
The executive team of High Touch Technologies was impressed with Wagner’s presentation on how to combat malware, which was viewed during the scholarship process that led to Wagner’s internship.
“We believe in retaining the young talent in our community. One of the areas we take pride in,
is seeing students grow and prosper.  If High Touch can provide those type of opportunities for students, it becomes a winning situation for our company and also for them,” said Wayne Chambers, CEO and President of High Touch Technologies. “Thank you Butler for helping with this opportunity.”
High Touch Technologies is an employee-owned company that provides technology solutions to small and mid-size businesses. High Touch serves business clients with hardware and software services, phone systems, website development and web security, network security solutions, colocation of servers, cloud computing, video conferencing, and more. High Touch is also a pioneer in the development of software for the Rent-to-Own industry. Based in Wichita, Kan., High Touch has offices in Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, Corpus Christi and San Antonio. For additional information on High Touch Technologies, visit www.hightouchtechnologies.com.