Securus Technologies Keeps the Fires Burning

Securus Technologies provides communications services to correctional institutions, law enforcement, and safety organizations. Over 1.2 million inmates are served as well as 3,400 total organizations.

 

It turns out that communication between inmates and their families is very important. Studies over the past 40 years or so have pointed out that people who are incarcerated and who have a steady communication with those outside of prison do far better when they are released. If an inmate has a good relationship with family or friends on the outside they are much better able to adapt to society when they are released.

 

Securus has established enterprise communication systems such as advance pay, regular monthly pay, collect calls, and inmate pay plans. Plans can be interchangeable at any time to another plan if it is more convenient. Email is also available as is voicemail. There is also a money transfer capability that is very useful for the transfer of money to an individual inmate.

 

It is difficult for many of us to understand what a person goes through when they are incarcerated. While it is true that they have done something that they should not have done to get into the prison facility to begin with, the story does not have to stop there. It can have a positive ending when the time comes for the individual to be released from prison. Just knowing that there are people on the outside who care and want them to succeed is the solution to many questions that inmates have.

 

Securus Technologies is also very active with the establishment of communications for community law enforcement and safety organizations so a common system is available to all in case of emergencies. It is very important for these entities to be on the same page so effective reaction time and problem-solving will always be on the cutting edge.

 

The Changing Trend of the Market and Fabletics’s Response

The market has gone through a lot of major changes. Among the changes is how business is done and customers are gained. Just a couple of decades ago, the way businesses has gotten customers was mainly by advertising. As a matter of fact, if a business put a lot of creativity into advertising, then it will gain a lot of customers for the company. The company will make a lot of profits and then it can put the money towards plenty of other activities which include a new ad campaign. However, so much has change when it comes to trends and business.

 

These days, in order for a company to gain and keep customers, it has to do a lot more than advertise and present good products to the customers. It is important for a company to provide great customers service and show a great example of social responsibility. For one thing, customers have access to all kinds of information on each famous company. In fact, if a company is not upfront about everything, one way or another, someone is going to expose that side of the company that remains hidden. Therefore, it is important that a company works on every aspect of business.

 

Among the companies that focus on building its reputation is Fabletics. Fabletics is one of those companies that makes sure that it is bringing forth a lot of changes in the fashion industry not only in the products that are being presented to customers but also the way that they are created. A lot of customers are aware of all of the issues that are common in the fashion industry. For instance, the way clothes are made with the use of ingredients that are causing pollution is one thing that could cause customers to shy away from a fashion company. Another issue is harsh working conditions. Kate Hudson has thought about how to bring clothes to people without bringing too much trouble to the environment and certain people involved in the making of the clothes. Therefore, people can be happy about buying clothes from fashion companies like Fabletics.

If You’re Wondering how Grupo Televisa Got to Where it is Today, You Should Look No Further than Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega

Few media industries across the world are as successful as that of Mexico. In addition to the more than 100 million people who call Mexico home, Mexico media companies serve hundreds of millions more who live in the rest of the Spanish-speaking world. Among the larger Mexican media companies are TV Azteca and the Televisa Group (also known as Grupo Televisa). The Grupo Televisa organization is much larger than its competitor and is, in fact, the largest media organization in the world that broadcasts in Spanish.

Grupo Televisa is headed by quite an able team that is overseeing its continued expansion across the globe. The company is privileged to have among its leadership ranks Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega who is the current Executive Vice President of the Company. He has been with the company for almost two decades now and has held other significant positions while there, including CFO.

Before joining the Televisa Group, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was an accomplished lawyer. He holds a law degree from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico. He practiced law at a number of law firms before finally becoming one of the founding partners of Mijares, Angoitia, Cortes, and Fuentes.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega commands a lot of respect in the Mexican media industry. His most significant contribution while at the Televisa Group has been brokering a deal estimated at $1.2 billion between his company and American-based Univision. The deal is a huge one for the Televisa Group as it grants the company exclusive access to the large and wealthy Spanish-speaking audience in the United States. This deal was recognized by many in the industry, but none more than Televisa’s CEO, Emilio Azcárraga. This fact gave force to the assertion that Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is one of Mr. Azcárraga’s most trusted confidants and advisers.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega also seats on the boards of a number organizations. Some of these companies also operate in Mexico’s lucrative media industry, such as Empresas Cablevision. Additionally, he has for the past few years held a seat on the board of trustees of Paley Center for Media. In the past, he has also served on the board of the Mexican subsidiary of the Pepsi Bottling Group.