Field Service Experts of Securus Technologies receive the BICSI Installer 1 Certificates

Securus Technologies is a company the offers technology for the inmate communication industry. The company recently informed the public that 11 of its field experts had been accredited with certification that is internationally recognized. This shows that the corporation is dedicated to investing in its employees, products, services, and characters. The firm’s installation team will now be having top-notch capabilities.

 

The Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) is an association of experts that facilitates the ICT sector. ICT consists of various fields, and they include data, project management, voice, audio & video, and electronic safety technologies. Members of the body and individuals who hold its credential have the skills to design, install, control, and uphold ICT programs. The developments are associated with trails, spaces, wireless-based systems, infrastructure, and distribution networks that are made of optical fiber and copper. The BICSI is used by about 23,000 ICT specialists for training, holding meetings, publications, and credentials in about 100 nations.

 

According to the operations, senior vice president of Secures Technologies, Danny de Hoyos, BICSI is the best institution that can train the company’s employees to meet the technology standards that are constantly developing. Offering in-job-training to the employees helps the company to provide top-notch solutions to the customers. The experts who were certified are highly experienced since they have been in Securus Technologies for about 15 years. The company believes in certification and the worth that it adds to the field service of the enterprise.

 

Securus Technologies is based in Dallas, Texas and the services that it provides are used by 3450 correctional facilities that have a population of about 1.2 million prisoners The largest client base of the company is located in North America. All solutions of the firm are dedicated to connecting the inmates with their family members. The services that it offers are public information, emergency response, management of incidents, biometric examination, investigation, information management, communication, and analysis of goods and services.