SuperCom closes biometric offender tracking deals in Alabama, California
SuperCom announced that it has entered two new contracts for monitoring with GPS and biometrics with judicial agencies in two U.S states. In Alabama, SuperCom made its entrance into the juvenile monitoring sub-market with the deployment of its cutting-edge PureSecurity Suite to track and monitor juvenile offenders. Similarly, SuperCom’s Californian partner is a private company serving the judicial services market.
Both contracts provide SuperCom’s PureTrack smartphone GPS tracking products and are to be billed by a daily use-rate. The contracts are projected to generate recurring revenues.
The PureSecurity monitoring and tracking platform combines a set of innovative features that include smart-phone integration, protected communications, cutting-edge security, anti-tamper mechanisms, biometric fingerprint authentication, voice communication, prolonged battery lifespan, and unique touch screens.
SuperCom’s President of the Americas Ordan Trabelsi described the suite as a user-friendly monitoring tool with versatile applications. “We feel that our PureTrack GPS solution is a great fit also for the Juvenile sub-market. Just as with adults, juvenile programs are positioned to benefit from the security, advanced features and form factor of our smartphone platform.”
Trabelsi further noted “Juveniles are usually very comfortable with operating a smartphone and quick to appreciate the new functions it enables in comparison to traditional GPS tracking products. Two-way voice communication, in-app officer messaging, a Bluetooth ankle bracelet that doesn’t require charging, and a visible schedule interface, among other features, enhance program success for both the supervisors and their juvenile offenders.”
Trabelsi attributes the successful closings of SuperCom’s two most recent business deals to his company’s innovative approach to redefine the offender monitoring market. “We designed our products with new ideas on how to best serve the offender monitoring market. From the field based offender hardware to the backend monitoring software, we have implemented fresh and viable concepts that are being recognized through each new contract. And with each new contract, we expect an increase in our long-term recurring revenues and our global footprint in this market,” said Trabelsi.
SuperCom’s newest contracts follow several successful global collaborations with law enforcement agencies. “Every contract win is a confirmation to the significant investment we have made to build the most dynamic offender monitoring platform in the market. We continue to grow our presence by delivering innovative solutions that meet the growing needs of our customers,” concluded Trabelsi.