Securus Technologies – Passionately Serving the Correctional Fraternity

Aug 24, 2017 |

In the world of heavy competition and corporate rivalry, it is the innovation that has become the deciding factor. In the correctional industry, many companies have been operating for many years, and many new ones are surfacing now and then. However, one of the companies that have been a consistent performer is Securus Technologies. The company has made tremendous progress in the last few years, especially after launching its technology center in Dallas, where industry experts in investigative solutions, inmate communications, and other scientific experts, work together to develop futuristic technology for the correctional sphere.


Securus Technologies has already become quite popular among the inmates who use the services of Securus Technologies. I have used the services of Securus Technologies for past three years and have never faced any major issues with the company’s inmate communications services. It has allowed me to talk to my wife and daughter frequently and made it possible for me and my family to survive the tough times. Securus Technologies has also opened doors to make my time in the jail more constructive by offering education opportunities for the inmates through its operating system named ConnectUS. I have used many other inmate communication service providers over the years but can say for sure that Securus Technologies is different and committed to serving the inmates passionately.


One of the best parts about the services of Securus Technologies is that it is a highly accessible company. The customers can reach out to the company very quickly through the grievance section in the Securus mobile application. The customer service of Securus Technologies is the best in the industry, and it can’t be contested because it has also won the Gold Stevie Award for the best customer service. It is one of the most challenging awards to win, and Securus Technologies won the award the first time that it took part in the event.


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