Securus Technologies, a premier company that solves challenges that inmates and correctional officers face through technology, has issued a statement indicating that eleven of its field professionals have received globally recognized certification. BICSI is a prominent association that supports the information and communication technology (ICT) sector. ICT comprises of voice, project management, data, audio & video technologies, and electronic safety & security.
Duties of BICSI
Credential holders and members of BICSI specialize in designing, installing, managing, and maintaining ICT projects. These projects consist of spaces, pathways, and copper and optical fiber-based distribution systems. They also include wireless based systems and high-quality infrastructure. BICSI serves over 23,000 ICT experts through training, educational conferences, publications, and excellent credentials across about 100 nations. The BICSI expertise makes it a perfect choice for addressing Securus Technologies’ training requirements and the ever-expanding standards and needs in technology.
Views of Danny de Hoyos
Danny de Hoyos is the Securus Technologies’ senior vice president in charge of the operations division. Concerning the training of Securus’ employees through BICSI, Hoyos said that the training ensures the specialists are conversant with development or advances in their area of specialties. Through the training, the specialist can guarantee highest standards of performance and dependability. Securus works hard to ensure each of its employees has attained the relevant training and certification. The BICSI Installer 1 certification is in line with the firm’s mission of serving and connecting.
Securus Technologies is a security software company headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It serves more than 3,450 public safety, law enforcement, and corrections agencies. More than 1.2 million incarcerated individuals across North America benefit from its state-of-the-art technology solutions and products. The company achieves its goal of serving and connecting by providing emergency response, incident management, public information, investigation, biometric analysis, and monitoring services. Its primary purpose is to make our world a safer place to live.