Securus Technologies is one of the popular inmate communications provider in the United States. Aside from its groundbreaking technology, Securus has displayed industry domination by scooping top accolades such as the recent 11th Annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. The gold award honored Securus Technologies for providing unmatched customer services.
Securus Technologies is one of the 2300 organizations that presented their nominations. This number represented a 10% increment over the 2016 submitted nominations. The average score from 77 experts globally was used to determine the finalists.
Danny de Hoyos, Securus’ senior vice president of operations, expressed the company’s gratitude for receiving such an honor. Securus Technologies has made great strides in satisfying its clients. It focuses on creating methods and materials that assist its agents in empathizing with its clients and helping them through difficult times.
Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service
The Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Services is one of the most coveted global awards that honor contact center, customer service, sales and business development experts. The Stevie Awards program is recognized globally for organizing some of the top business awards programs such as International Business Awards.
The Stevie Awards allows entries in about 61 categories for both contact center and customer service achievements such as Consulting Practice of the Year. The program also boasts of over 53 categories for business development and sales achievements including Business Development Achievement of the Year and Sales Executive of the Year.
Securus Technologies is a Dallas, Texas-based inmate communications company that is devoted to connecting incarcerated individuals with their friends and loved ones. The company achieves this endeavor through its top-in-line communication technology. Securus prides itself for providing services to more than 1.2 incarcerated individuals and over 3,450 corrections and law enforcement agencies countrywide. Additionally, Securus Technologies has reputation for owning and operating the leading Secure Call Platform in the industry, which has an excess of 2,200 installations.
In September of 2016, it was announced that the prior ownership group of the NBA Atlanta Hawk’s franchise Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC (AHBE) had filed a lawsuit against their insurance company, New Hampshire Insurance Company based on a breach of contract involving some claims made by Danny Ferry, former general manager.
AHBE was the Hawks’ former ownership group, with the controlling partner of the group being Bruce Levenson. This lawsuit does not involve the Tony Ressler-led current Hawks’ ownership group. The lawsuit is a civil action lawsuit for breach of contract against AIG, made by AHBE. The Superior Court of Fulton County received the lawsuit and it claims that AHBE was insured for certain losses related to different employment practices. These claims were said to have been made by Danny Ferry, in April of 2015.
Danny Ferry and AHBE reached a buyout agreement in June of 2015, with the Ressler-led group coming in a few days later for an approved sale of the Hawks. The current lawsuit does state that the limits of liability are sufficient to play their claim. AIG has supposedly refused to acknowledge that a claim was even made and that AHBE’s policy had been triggered. AHBE claims that there has been a breach of contract for the failure to pay covered losses. They claim that despite AIG’s obligation to acknowledge and pay Danny Ferry’s claims, they have failed to do so and refuse to do so.
Bruce Levenson is the controlling partner for AHBE. He is a well-known businessman and philanthropist, as well. After graduating from American University, he began his journalism career at the Washington Star. He founded United Communications Group (UCG) in 1977, alongside Ed Peskowitz. UCG is a business information company that specializes in data for numerous industries.
He has been involved in many community endeavors (http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/undergrads-and-graduate-students-mastering-philanthropy-300038081.html) like the Community Foundation of Washington, D.C., the Hoops Dreams Foundation, and the I Have A Dream Foundation. He is the founding donor of the U.S. Holocaust Museum and is also the main donor to the museum’s Bringing the Lessons Home program.
Tired of your hair care routine, ladies?
Many of us obey the beauty rules with monthly visits to the salon, and then we’re left on our own at home to follow with maintenance. However, things don’t always favor our tresses.
In other words, we buy expensive brands and shampoo and condition daily, and still, our locks get limp, damaged, weak and dull-looking. So, what are we doing wrong?
Chaz Dean, founder of WEN says it’s in the bottles we buy, and most major hair care products are hiding a dirty little secret. The famous stylist to the stars has discovered that harsh detergents and chemicals are blended into our cleansing and conditioning staples. Most of us are unaware of sulfates and parabens sneaking their way into pricey formulas.
We hunt down shampoos with the biggest lather, because that’s what the hype advises we do. WEN By Chaz is the first no lather shampoo that ever hit the market, and today, some 40 million bottles have been sold. Why? Because his unique cleansing conditioners really deliver great hair benefits.
Chaz Dean emphasizes that we don’t need a big sudsy formula to properly wash and nourish our hair. In fact, it’s the chemical-based lather that’s ruining our mane. His luxurious formulas rely on the purity of nature to bathe hair from root to end in moisturizing goodness, with botanical extracts that add body and strength to strands.
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WEN By Chaz features lovely extracts like white amber, pomegranate, lavender and others to give structure and movement back to hair.