Correctional facilities are always busy. Prisons in the United States are overcrowded, and there’s seldom time to upgrade systems such that they correspond to changing social and technological climates. As a result, paperwork is still a primary means by which information is collected and sorted in many correctional facilities today. This antiquated method of operations takes many many hours and costs resources as well as storage. ConnectUs Automated Forms by Securus Technologies has been engineered specifically to streamline this process such that no time is wasted, resources are curtailed, and storage space can be freed up.
Starting in 1986, this organization has expanded from their Texas inception point to a nationwide operation that assists some 2,600 facilities on a regular basis. Considering the size of the company is only 500 to 1000 employees, this becomes especially astonishing. But, as an Information Technology provider, Securus definitely knows their business–especially when it comes to correctional facilities; about which intimate infrastructural details are known by Securus, allowing them to engineer platforms with an informed approach.
ConnectUs Automated forms additionally provides inmates to applications and features like never before, while still giving facilities the ability to meter which content is and is not available. This way no unauthorized information is spread, but educational parameters are expanded. Inmates can obtain the education they were unable to achieve without being incarcerated via Securus Technologies.
Recidivism in the United States is high, and one reason for that is a lack of true rehabilitation during incarceration. Securus has created something that can help the recidivism trend to decline by providing education which can lead to gainful employment after a term is completed. Meanwhile, facilities can consolidate resources, space, and time.
Moving to a new office is really hard for some companies because they will spend so much money on it, and we needed to get money that would help us move from a fund that we could draw from any time. I know that this was a big move for our company, but we used the money that was sitting in our account at Laidlaw & Company. They were very good for us, and they made it so that we could easily take out the money when it was time.
There are things that people do not even realize when they make their move because they are going to spend all that money on the things that they need. That is why they have to take loans because they have so much stuff to buy.
There are plenty of things we bought without emptying out accounts, and then we made that we had some left over that we would save for. Saving is something that never thought we would have to do until we realized that expanding our business would be really hard to do. That is why we started saving money, and then we made sure that we were using the accounts there to get best results.
We wanted to be able to make our business as big as it could get, and that is why we came to Laidlaw & Company for help. We made sure that they were helping us save, and then we asked them how to pull out all the money we needed.
The UAE’s largest metropolis Dubai, has recently been treated to days of a fun and games festival brought to them courtesy of Sanjay Shah. This event is called Autism Rocks, a philanthropy organization that Sanjay Shah Denmark put together to help raise funds for autism research and cures. The reason Shah has done this is because he’s raising a son who has autism, and the joy he’s experienced doing so is something he wants to share with others. He wants people to know that those with autism can do a lot of special things, and he’s been able to bring artists like Flo Rida and Tyga to perform for this event.
He was raised in the UK by two parents from third world countries, and Shah wanted to help those countries by becoming a doctor when he grew up. Well, his plans to do that didn’t quite work out, so he went into banking and finance instead. While Shah did very well in this profession, he didn’t like the idea of doing the same old commute everyday from home to his office.
In the financial crisis of 2008, Shah was laid off from his job and had to figure out what he was going to do next. He didn’t have much money, but he managed to lease a small office located in a quaint corner of London. He became a financial advisor and launched his own company, Solo Capital. The company grew quickly to million-dollar enterprise that offered investment and wealth management services, as well as proprietary trading.
Eventually, Shah retired and moved to Dubai. He’s spent a lot of time helping his son Nikhil go through different autism phases, and the Autism Rocks Foundation became one of Sanjay’s biggest passions. Autism Rocks has done shows all across the world, from the UK all the way through Africa and Asia.