OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) – member of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee – visited digital marketing agency Intouch Solutions in Overland Park, Kan., this week. He met with Intouch leadership and employees to learn more about the history of the company and their approach to the development of marketing strategy.
“Entrepreneurial success stories like Intouch are critical to jumpstarting our economy and creating opportunity,” Sen. Moran said. “It was good to see firsthand the dynamic culture at Intouch and the innovative way they find marketing solutions for their clients. The success of Intouch and businesses like it is a huge benefit to the region, the state and the nation.”
“I am honored Sen. Moran visited our Kansas City office to learn more about our organization,” Intouch CEO Faruk Capan said. “Intouch Solutions was built on a passion for innovation, entrepreneurship and growth – characteristics that continue to represent the organization today. Sen. Moran also holds these values as he strives to improve entrepreneurship in the U.S. and advance public health innovations through his role as Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman.”
During his visit, Sen. Moran heard from Intouch CEO Faruk Capan and Executive Vice President Wendy Blackburn about the company’s entrepreneurial beginnings in 1999 and the significant growth they’ve experienced over the past 15 years. In a technology demonstration, members of the Intouch team also demonstrated how Intouch is using technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning in their initiatives.
Sen. Moran was also joined by Intouch Solutions’ Executive Vice President David Windhausen, VP/Executive Creative Director Brent Scholz, Product Development Director Jacob Shepherd, Senior Application Development Director Abid Rahman and Overland Park Chamber of Commerce President Tracey Osborne.