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The Better Business Bureau gives Securus accreditation

Posted on 2 November, 2016  in Inmate Communication

It is almost impossible to mention the world of ICT and the countries correctional facilities without the name Securus coming up. The company, which has been operational since 2011, offers the best solutions in public safety, investigations, monitoring and corrections. The company received recognition from the better business bureau for their excellent service delivery. The leadership at the company announced that they had received a rating of A+ from the Bureau.

The senior vice president in charge of operations at Securus said that he had worked very hard with the business bureau to see that they did not only receive the top ratings, but also get the right formal accreditation written down in paper. The rating, which is offered only when the recipient is willing to go under scrutiny, means that there are certain standards that Securus has reached as per the rating by BBB. These include:

  • They have been able to build trust with their partners and have a positive track record
  • They have been advertising honestly and adhering to the industry selling standards
  • They are transparent and that they honor the promises that they make to partners and business associates.
  • They are responsive and they know how to safeguard the privacy of all the people that have entrusted them with sensitive information.

The leader continued to say that getting this accreditation shows that the company has been vetted and has been proven to be the market leader and provider of these solutions. They stated that all the 1,300 associates that they work with nationwide also meet the said standards.

The CEO of Securus, Richard Smith stated that he was glad that his company had received accreditation. He went on to state that there are times when their competitors have made wild claims about offering better services, but the evidence clearly shows that they are ahead of the pack.