When discussing the world of correctional agencies and public safety sector, one cannot ignore the contributions of tech firms like Securus Technologies. The company has helped many prisoners get back in touch with their families through its many different inmate communication options, which are user-friendly as well as affordable. The company has over 600 patents to its name, and much more are getting added with time. It serves over 3,400 correctional and law enforcement agencies across the United States, and its services reach out to 1.2 million inmates in the country.
Securus Technologies recently won the Gold Stevie Awards, which is one of the most reputed and highly prestigious awards in the corporate sector. It won the award after beating more than 2,300 other companies from different industries from across the globe. The company won in one of the most competitive categories and brought back home the Gold Stevie Award for the best customer service training team. It humbled the company as it marked that its efforts are globally recognized. It won the Stevie Award for the first time, and with the company moving ahead in the right direction, led by its CEO Rick Smith, many more awards are yet to come.
Securus Technologies shared with the world what the law enforcement officials feel about the company’s services in a press release it published online recently. Many law enforcement officials have written to Securus Technologies saying how its products and services helped them convict the offender and with crime prevention. The company also extended the invitation to its existing and potential investors and clients to visit the company’s chief technology center situated in Dallas, Texas.
As a customer, I have been highly satisfied by the services offered by the company and feel that they are the best in the correctional space without a doubt.