TouchPoint Acquires Morse Watchmans

TouchPoint, Inc., the parent company of SupplyPoint, has completed the acquisition of Morse Watchmans. Founded in 1882, Morse Watchmans is headquartered in Oxford, CT.

Morse Watchmans will join TouchPoint’s Intelligent Inventory Management platform, which focuses on developing inventory management solutions that enable the secure, accurate and efficient management of consumable inventory and high value assets in a variety of end markets. Morse Watchmans provides customized, technologically advanced key control and asset management systems that integrate with access control and other physical security systems. Morse Watchmans proprietary software, RFID technology and innovative hardware configurations provide businesses with proven security products.

Morse Watchmans serves a variety of end markets including security, hospitality, education, gaming, property management and data centers. As the market leader, they have earned an outstanding reputation for quality, innovation, customer service and loyalty. Additional information on Morse Watchmans can be found on their website at www.morsewatchmans.com.

“We are excited to add the Morse Watchmans technology, expertise and solutions to our Intelligent Inventory Management business, as this expanded offering further enhances our ability to create value for our customers,” said Brian McNeill, chairman, president & CEO of TouchPoint. “Morse Watchmans is a terrific addition to TouchPoint’s growing Intelligent Inventory Management platform. It strengthens our global position in the growing security and asset management markets.”

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