Securus Technologies a leading a leading provider of criminal and civil justice technology repudiated and explained the anomalies that were in the latest GTL’s press release. According to Securus, GTL’s press release contained statements that the company finds to be inaccurate and misleading to the public. Securus cleared the allegations through a press release, and the aim of the press release is to clarify on several of the incorrect claims by GTL.
The Chief Executive Officer of Securus Technologies Richard A. Smith said that GTL is quite aware of the fact that patent litigation can take multiple years to pursue and it costs millions of dollars. This is why Securus Technologies doubt whether the litigation approach being pursued by GTL makes any sense at all regarding good financial practices or the best interests of their company. Securus corrected most of these allegations by GTL in a bid to reassure the public of their patents and where they stand as a company. However, Securus will continue to defend themselves from further attacks and at the same time asserting their patents in response. This will be done as long as it will be necessary in response to GTL’s approach. Richard A. Smith responded to GTL’s latest press release saying that he would be happy to reinstitute his technology bake-off challenge with GTL at any time and he had offered to do it multiple times.
Securus Technologies is a company that has its headquarters in Dallas Texas, and it currently serves more than 3450 law enforcement, public safety and correction agencies and over 1.2 million inmates across North America. Securus recently received accreditation from the Better Business Bureau where they received an A+ rating.
The expansion of the company saw them acquire JPay Inc. which is a leading technology company in the market and it has introduced emails, electronic payments and it’s also a host of educational and entertainment-related apps to the correctional space. JPay currently serves and operates in more than 33 state prison systems.