Measures that Securus Technologies is Adopting to Be the Leader of Inmate Telephone Systems
Securus Technologies recently announced that eleven of their field specialists acquired the Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) certification. BICSI is a professional organization that hugely supports the ICT sector. To be precise, ICT comprises of data and voice security, video and audio technologies and project management. BICSI credential holders and members usually design, install, maintain and manage ICT projects. Most of these projects involve wireless-based, copper-based and optical fiber systems. The Building Industry Consulting Service International also serves 23,000 ICT experts by offering training, publications, and conferences across 100 nations.
Securus Technologies’ Senior Vice President, Danny De Hoyos explained how BICSI was ideal for his company. He added that the services offered by BICSI could help Securus Technologies in maintaining the highest level of reliability and performance to its corrections clients. The field specialists who received the certification have a minimum of 15 years working experience at Securus.
These technology solutions apply to investigators and correctional facilities. The firm’s public safety solutions are designed to help law enforcement agencies in collecting, consolidating, visualizing, storing and distributing real-time information. The technology heavyweight was established in 1986 and has regional offices in Atlanta, Georgia, Allen, Texas and Carrollton, Texas.
With its headquarters in Dallas, Texas, Securus has managed to serve 3,450 correctional, law enforcement and public safety agencies. On average, 1.2 million inmates across North America use telephone services provided by Securus. With such numbers, the company is entirely committed to providing state-of-the-art solutions to the criminal and civil justice sector. Securus Technologies recently announced that it had invested over $600 million in technologies, acquisitions, and patents within three years.