Touchscreen technology is found just about everywhere. From our smartphones and cars, to our household appliances and laptops, one can find these intuitive interfaces everywhere one looks. The ease of Input is arguably, one of the greatest benefits of using an Interactive Touchscreen in the workplace. Unlike their non-touchscreen counterpart, these screens don’t require any special peripherals. The user satisfaction derived from these displays has no parallel. Conventional wisdom should lead anyone to believe that workers will enjoy using an Interactive Touchscreen more so than a non-touchscreen display. There’s just something “fun” about inputting commands via touch. Several studies have even shown that touchscreen devices yield a higher level of user satisfaction. And when users are more satisfied, they typically perform better at work. Since any new upgrade is meant to future proof and make sure that one stays up to date with the current methods of dealing with the world, let’s face it, there’s a growing push towards the use of more touchscreen-equipped devices. This is apparent if one keeps up with Microsoft, which has designed its recent operating systems with a focus on touchscreen functionality. So by choosing Interactive Touchscreen for one’s workplace, one will essentially make their office/class future-proof. The abundance of touchscreen in our lives has made it possible for manufacturers to bulk produce this tech leading to a great reduction in the price of interactive touchscreen technology, making it possible for small businesses to avail such a privilege without blowing up their budget limits. Adopting new educational technologies takes time and a lot of thoughtful reflection, because multi-touch, multi-user technology is new to the classroom/office, one is learning along with their peers and students. As an early adopter, other people will learn from others experience, and this continuation of the learning cycle will boast creativity and allow others to collaborate in ways that make it easier to understand one another, and apply them to their daily life improving productivity.