GlowTouch Technologies Hosts Successful Annual Culture Day in Mangalore Office

LOUISVILLE – Jan. 12, 2012GlowTouch Technologies, a Louisville-based award-winning technology resource company providing custom application development and operational support services, recently held its annual cultural event in conjunction with the company’s charitable trust, the GT Foundation.

“Tejo Diya” was held at Town Hall, Mangalore, near the company’s state-of-the-art development center and featured a collection of charitable initiatives, including the donation of a classroom and a computer lab to a local school for the blind.

During the event, a handful of distinguished guests including local professors, philanthropists and humanitarians were recognized and honored for their dedication, service and commitment to the community.

The GT Foundation was created in 2004 in an effort to help promote the wide-reaching benefits of corporate social responsibility. The foundation is actively involved in addressing the most challenging problems facing today’s society, including domestic violence, poverty, disease, hunger, and more.

GlowTouch President Vidya Ravichandran, a trustee of the GT Foundation, was on hand for the event. “GlowTouch’s unwavering commitment to positively impacting our community has always remained a priority,” said Ravichandran. “The convergence of culture, community, and charity is the reason Tejo Diya continues to be so successful and is an example we are proud to set.”

About GlowTouch Technologies

GlowTouch Technologies is an award-winning technology resource company delivering custom technology services to businesses of all sizes around the globe. GlowTouch partners with some of today’s leading companies, including IBM and OptumInsight, to deliver highly specialized IT services. With more than 850 employees and growing, GlowTouch has been recognized by Inc. Magazine on the Inc. 500/5000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for three consecutive years. To learn more about GlowTouch, visit