Securus Corrects Errors in a Statement issued by Global Tel Link

Securus Technologies recently published a report addressing the inaccuracies that were published by Global Tel Link (GTL). Securus Technologies is known for its efficient civil and criminal justice services. Its services also target public safety officers, investigators, and correctional facilities. In mid-2016, GTL released multiple statements on the ineffectiveness of Securus Technologies’ services. For instance, GTL alleged that they intend to proceed to court to sue Securus over a patent ownership. In response to the allegations, Securus pointed out that GTL had no evidence to back their claims.

 

Global Tel Link also alleged that Securus misused the video visitation technology as documented under the ‘816 patent. In response to the allegation, Securus distanced itself from any infringement of technologies owner by GTL. The company also pointed out that GTL’s acts of releasing inaccurate statements were due to frustrations. According to Securus, GTL is aware that Patent litigation cases usually take time and money. Securus questioned the litigation approach used by GTL in filing for the patent lawsuit.

 

As CEO, he stated that his company has an extensive patent portfolio. Richard also said that his company is ready to counter any questionable tactics used by GTL. Richard stated that his company would continue to identify and rectify all inaccuracies in press releases issued by GTL.

 

Securus’ Background

 

As a Dallas-based company, Securus has a client base of over 3,000 institutions and 1.2 million inmates. These clients come from the Northern American region. The company’s mission is to connect its customers with reliable services. These services include biometric analysis, public information, and incident management. Securus ensures its products and services adhere to the latest technology. The Better Business Bureau accredited Securus Technologies for its technology-oriented and sustainable services.