Securus Technologies: Winning Gold in Prison Tech

Securus Technologies should probably be known as Securus, Texas: founded in Dallas, but regional offices based in Carrollton, Allen, and an added bonus outside the Lone Star state in Atlanta, Georgia. The company does best what American prison systems sorely need: advanced prison technology. And it ensures it excels in creation investing more than “$600 million in technologies, patents and acquisitions” in a short amount of time…3 years!

 

I’m going to be bold and claim that Securus can and possibly will be the biggest provider of prison technology reputably for the entire country. Eventually it will need offices in multiple states, not simply alone in the Lone Star with distant operations in Atlanta. I don’t want to get too in over my head so soon, but…

 

 

Securus Wins a Gold Stevie

 

In a PR Newswire article the writer identifies Securus Technologies as a “leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and monitoring.”

 

It won a Gold Stevie Award in the Best Customer Service Training Department category in the 11th annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. We should all know by now that what makes a great company is not just great products or services, but how those things solve problems for the consumer. The award should come as no surprise. Successful transactions of the prison technology and many acquisitions by Securus Tech is enough evidence that the sales force works hard to dominate in it’s industry.

 

To win a Gold Stevie is no easy feat; and the fact that Securus took it home in the 11th annual is a testament to their persistence for excellence. The Stevie Award article was written on March 8th, 2017. It will not be too long before Securus Tech becomes “the” number one provider and the “only” provider. If there is other competition in existence to rise in prison tech, then competitors success is bleak like an old man eyeing parole serving his last days in a life sentence.

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