Securus Technologies is a leading provider of technological solutions for criminal and civil justice in correctional facilities. Securus’ solutions help in the investigation, monitoring and corrections of inmates to enhance public safety. On 28th September 2016, Securus Technologies announced that eleven of its field technicians had been awarded a prestigious BICSI certification. BICSI is an internationally recognized professional association that supports the growth of ICT professional across the world.
Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) supports thousands of ICT specialists across the world through training, accreditation, educational seminars, and publications. ICT professionals holding BICSI certification are responsible for installing, implementing, monitoring, and maintaining various ICT projects. These projects include optical fiber, copper-based and wireless-based distribution systems, infrastructure, spaces, and pathways. The eleven Securus Technologies’ field technicians have over 15 years of experience providing data, electronic safety & security, digital technology, and project management services across nations.
Danny de Hoyos, Securus Technologies’ CEO, noted that the partnership with BICSI is a natural fit for the company because BICSI holds a proven track record in training and helping ICT professionals extend their career networks. He added that BICSI certification brings an added layer of expertise that will assist Securus Technologies to provide custom-tailored services to meet specific clients’ needs in the ever-evolving IT marketplace.
Better Business Bureau (BBB) certification
In May 2016, Danny de Hoyos announced that Securus Technologies had received Better Business Bureau as well as an A+ rating. Over the years, Securus has maintained its verbal and print conversations record with Better Business Bureau. Furthermore, the firm has built an excellent reputation as transparent and trustworthy among other ICT firms. Headquartered in Texas, Securus Technologies was founded in 1986. Currently, it has over 1,000 employees and about 2,600 contracts with the U.S correction facilities.