Securus and JPay are teaming up to provide a one-of-a-kind platform for communications, digitized payments, education, and entertainment in the correctional market. Securus Technologies has announced the signing of the Agreement Stock Purchase to acquire JPay. JPay is one of the leading solutions providers in technology. The company has introduced email, electronic payments, education, and host-related applications to the correctional markets. The company operates in over 40 prisons in the country.
Rick Smith, the CEO and Chairman of Securus Technologies, said that this transaction would propel the company into the fastest growing corrections segments in the country through email, payments, and inmate tablets. According to Rick Smith, the company has an increased leverage to offer any high-tech. Software-based solutions to the correctional market needed to operate a modern jail system. For many years now, Securus has admired the company’s services and the trend among the best. They have watched them continue to grow in success. This was the best time to combine efforts and make one solid company. The combination of teams and products will make Securus more productive in society. According to Rick Smith, there is a clear choice for you if you want the best products at best price without reducing recidivism.
JPay CEO, Ryan Shapiro, said that the company has always waited for an opportunity to expand their footprints. For every constituent, their products deliver the high-end value. All people receiving the services including inmates, prison staff, friends and families acknowledge their role in society. The primary focus of the company is to use the renewed leverage and develop groundbreaking products. While Securus keeps them in check, everything can happen according to plan. According to him, their teams of working professionals are never tired of inventions. They work tirelessly to achieve the vision of the company. They are happy that Securus values the company culture and management team.
On average, correctional facility inmates produce 13.8 complaints and grievances forms per person every month. Securus Technologies deals with 1.2 million inmates across the United states. Without digital technology, over 13 million pieces of paper have to be filed individually every month. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out there’s a lot of time and man hours involved in such bureaucracy–not to mention resources like paper, and the necessity of space to store physical records. Digitized technology solutions take all that hassle out of the equation. ConnectUs curtails the cost of man hours and resources which are devoted to this necessary aspect of institutional correctional facility functionality.
Applications are easily tailored to fit individual needs, and streamline the process of dealing with inmates substantially. Where once hours were involved, now there are only minutes.
Securus is no stranger when it comes to revolutionary innovations pertaining to incarceration information technology and the necessary security which comes with it. Their three decades’ experience in the industry has led them directly into the core of correctional facility operations, and they’ve developed their solutions around that core. Where time can be securely saved, and processes compressed, savings are more likely to occur. This focus on compression is one reason among many that Securus Technologies has been approved by the Better Business Bureau. As a matter of fact, they’ve received an A+ rating.
Those employed at correctional facilities deal with a bevy of difficulties. By making their lives easier and saving money at the same time, it’s much more likely that rehabilitation for inmates will have a chance of happening. ConnnectUs does quite a bit to make that rehabilitation more possible.