Securus Technologies, a top supplier of technology solutions and products to correctional facilities, is pleased to announce that eleven of its field experts have earned prestigious professional certification from BICSI. The BICSI Installer 1 Certification enables the recipient to offer high-quality services to their clients.
About BICSI (Building Industry Consulting Services International)
BICSI is an internationally recognized association that offers unwavering support to the information and communication (ICT) sector. ICT encompasses voice, audio & video, data, project management, and electronic safety & security technologies. Qualified BICSI members and specialists can design, install, operate, and maintain ICT projects. These ICT projects comprise of paths, spaces, and distribution systems that are either copper-based or optical fiber-based. BICSI handles over 23,000 ICT experts through training, publications, conferences, and credentials in close to 100 nations.
Danny de Hoyos’ statements
According to Danny, Securus Technologies considers BICSI as an established association equipped with relevant professional expertise and infrastructure to meet its training needs. Through regular training, Securus’ team of experts is exposed to new technologies and techniques immediately they are deployed to the market. The firm channels a significant amount of resource in training its employees and ensuring they have acquired the necessary certification. Danny de Hoyos is in charge of the Operations Department of Securus Technologies.
Based in Dallas, Texas, and offering services to over 2,600-law enforcement and correctional facilities, and over 1 million incarcerated persons, Securus Technologies’ mission is to make the world a better place through innovative technology solutions. The firm announced on April 14, 2015, that it had entered a Stock Purchase Agreement, which will see it purchase JPay Inc. JPay is a premier technology company that launched electronic payments, a broad spectrum of education and entertainment apps to the correction market.