Securus Technologies among the Last Three in Stevie Awards
Securus Technologies was in January 2017, named among the finalists for the Stevie Award. The naming means that the leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology for the public sector, corrections, investigations, and monitoring will ultimately receive gold, silver or bronze. The company was named as a finalist in the Customer Service Training Team of the Year award. The recognition, which is awarded by Stevie Awards, an organization that organizes seven of the leading business awards, represents a remarkable accomplishment for Securus. The final announcement is set to be done on February 24th at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Before emerging among the last three finalists, they beat over 2300 organizations from various industries that had been nominated for the competition. The shortlisting was carried out by a team of 77 judges across the world. A seven-member committee of judges is set to determine the winners of Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The judgment, which is expected to be done on 23rd February, is thought to be very tough. Being named as a finalist is a great motivation to Securus, and it is committed to raising its standards to serve their customers better as well as excellently training their employees.
About Securus Technologies
Securus Technologies is the leading provider of criminal justice technology solutions with the aim of improving public safety and modernizing the incarceration experience. The firm deals with detainee communication, biometric analysis, investigations, government information management, and parole tracking. The company serves over 2,600 incarceration centers in 45 states, Canada, Mexico, District of Columbia and over one million prisoners in the United States. The company has its headquarters in Dallas, Texas and has over 5,000 employees. The firm has skilled technologists, designers, innovators, and engineers, who ensure that they deliver excellent services to their clientele. Securus has enabled many families to link with incarcerated friends and family members as well as connecting inmates to technology.