Eleven of Securus Technologies’ Field Specialist Certified as BICSI Installer 1

Securus Technologies is a premier provider of technical solutions to civil and criminal justice at correction facilities. Securus commits to providing products, features, and personnel for public safety, surveillance, and monitoring of correction agencies. Apparently, eleven of Securus Technologies’ field specialist have been certified as BICSI Installer 1, a globally recognized certification.

As a professional association, Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI), supports the growth of the ICT and information industry. The ICT sector stretch from voice, project management, data, audio and video technologies to electronic safety and security services. The holders of BICSI credential install, manage and maintain the ICT projects. They major on projects such as optical fiber, infrastructure, wireless-based projects, spaces, and copper-based distribution systems. Today, BICS attends to thousands of ICT professionals through certification, training, seminars, and publications across the world.

According to Danny de Hoyos, Securus Technologies’ head of operations, BICSI is an ideal fit for the company to meet the ever-evolving requirements and standards in the ICT sector and training needs. In partnership with BICSI, Securus Technologies provides a reliable and high level of performance to its correction customers. The eleven certified field specialists have 15 year’s tenure with Securus and vast experience in installation of ICT projects across nations. Securus believes in accreditation and its value to highly trained and seasoned field specialists in the ICT industry. BICSI certification adds a level of proficiency to Securus’ customers.

Background of Securus Technologies

Founded in 1986, Securus Technologies is a Dallas-based for-profit technological solutions provider. The company serves over 3,000 correction agencies, law enforcers, safety agencies, and over a million inmates across North America. Securus’ employees commit to providing incident management, emergency response, biometric analysis, and investigation services to enhance public safety. In early 2016, Securus announced having invested over $600 million in acquisitions, patents, and technologies within its three initial years.

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