SuperCom awarded four year electronic monitoring contract in Estonia
SuperCom announced today that it has secured a contract with the national government of Estonia to deploy its Pure Security Electronic Monitoring Suite with an emphasis on house arrest. This project was formally awarded in November 2018 through a formal bid process and the contract execution has just been approved allowing for project launch. The total duration of the contract is up to 4.5 years for an estimated contract size of $1.35M.
SuperCom’s PureSecurity Suite is an electronic monitoring and tracking platform featuring smart phone integration, secure communication, advanced security, anti-tamper mechanisms, fingerprint biometrics, voice communication, unique touch screens and extended battery life.
This program with Estonia’s Ministry of Justice will cover all cases requiring house arrest within the country, with a simultaneous unit count starting at 200 and an option to grow up to 400. SuperCom has already received the initial order and follow-on orders may continue over time. The project will be billed at a per-unit daily rate and generate steady-state recurring revenues accordingly.
“As in many of our previous awards, we competed against other providers for this business and displaced the incumbent EM vendor who had been in place for the past 10 years in this country,” explained Arie Trabelsi, SuperCom president and CEO. “We expect to begin generating recurring revenues from this new business within a few months of today’s announcement, and we look forward to seeing additional wins around the globe as more and more countries shift to a more modernized approach to alternatives to incarceration such as our EM offerings.”
This news comes on the heels of last week’s announcement that SuperCom won a $7M contract for an electronic monitoring project in Sweden.