Technology helps and empowers companies and individuals. Without the powerful, convenient and improved technology we have right now, we probably wouldn’t be able to reach the achievement and success that our entire world experiences. I think this drive to tap technology to change the lives of others and improve the systems of the world is what’s driving Securus Technologies in innovating solutions to the correctional facilities in the United States.
Securus Technologies, Inc is the brainchild of CEO Rick Smith and is right now a leading provider of various innovative solutions to all the problems of correctional facilities. Securus’ headquarters operates in the main district of Dallas, Texas, and you can find its four fully functional regional offices in the metro area of Dallas, while one regional office of Securus is in Atlanta, Georgia.
I think it’s impressive that Securus Technologies can provide the best parolee tracking, government information management solutions and detainee communications for the approximately 2,600 correctional facilities all across the United States and overseas, including Mexico and Canada. I also think that the actual test of success that Securus Technologies delivers the quality services expected of them is the feedback it receives from satisfied clients involved in law enforcement communities and corrections.
The Customers Show Their Satisfaction
I think it’s impressive to know that the people affected by the solutions from Securus actively demonstrate their gratitude. In the PRNews article, a collection of email and messages between Securus’ clients and the company show that there’s a lot of positive changes in the lives of the people because of the LBS software that Securus has.
By emailing Securus of how their software considerably improved their lives, client’s comments also confirmed that the customers who were able to use the criminal justice technology suite of Securus are satisfied. They’re also grateful of how its programs prevented crimes and helped in the investigation of cases inside the correctional facilities.