Securus Technologies rectifies GTL’s Press Statements

Securus Technologies is a communication firm that has mainly specialized in offering services to correctional facilities in the United States. The operations of the enterprise are run from its headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The company currently has a broad customer base of 3450 institutions that have over 1.2 million prisoners. The focus of its services is correcting, public safety, investigation, and monitoring. It has been connecting the inmates and their loved ones. Securus recently offered a press statement to correct various reports that GTL had issued in the past. GTL published a lot of allegations that are considered as misleading and untrue. Securus, therefore, decided to react to the claims by offering factual information that elucidates the information that was released by its rival.

 

The CEO of Securus, Richard A. Smith, believes that GTL as a company understands the costs that incurred in addressing patent litigations. The cases consume millions of dollars, and they take years to be concluded. He requested to know if the GTL’s “scorched earth” lawsuit would have a positive impact on the firm and the virtuousness of its financial activities. Securus will keep offering responses to the misleading claims of its competitor and also affirm its patents. Mr. Smith believes that the methods that GTL is using in handling issues are ineffective since Securus Technologies is a more established enterprise that has a wide patent portfolio.

 

Richard also offered a statement about the latest information that GTL provided to the press. He said that he would like to welcome its competitor to a technology challenge at any time. According to him, his company has been offering opportunities to GTL to proof the potential of its products. The firm has not taken on the encounter, and it has been offering many press reports. GTL has not offered any statement on Securus’ corrections.

 

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