A success story for any company features consistency. One-time successes are nothing but mere flukes. For companies that rely on innovation to stay afloat, the innovative process has to be kept continuous and self-generating. Securus Technologies is an example of an innovation company. Although it is primarily an It firm, it dispenses most of its revenue in keeping its innovative process in motion. When it comes to designing and creating cutting edge technologies, the company has always been and will always be ahead of the game. In lieu of the promise it gives to its subscribers, it cannot relent.

Securus Technologies is an international communications and information technology company that majors in keeping prisons and detentions secure for clients. It only provides cyber security to American and Canadian correctional and holding facilities. Apart from the regular programs and hardware it may install to control door and camera movements within the facilities, the company dispenses plenty of resources to regulate communications within the prisons it serves. It offers inmates affordable rates to keep in touch with their loved ones while ensuring that those communications remain within the confines of the law.

Securus devotes a lot of time and capital to secure prison communications and prevent unlawful communication between inmates within prisons. Such communications, often done via contraband mobile devices, allows for malicious inmates to conspire with other criminals within and outside of prisons. However, thanks to the consistency of Securus to develop cutting edge technologies to scramble frequencies of contraband phones from accessing mobile networks, such devices are rendered ineffective. The company invests a lot of money to develop such technologies since its management appreciates that the crime world has the capacity to catch up with their innovations. Thus, the company aims to produce new technologies every passing week. It rarely misses its targets.

Over the recent past, Securus has partnered with other IT firms to heighten its efficiency in servicing prison cyber securities. Through such partnerships, technologies like the “cell defender” have been created. In entirety, the company has spent over 600 million dollars in patents and acquisitions.