Towards the end of January 2017, Securus Technologies invited GTL to a tech challenge whereby an independent technology judge will select the firm that has the prime and best product set. The judge will look at aspects, such as the most innovative telephone-calling platform, unique customer service, most capital, pocket-friendly services, and other valuable metrics.
Richard A. Smith’s statement
During the technology bake-off announcement, Securus’ chief executive, Mr. Smith, said that GTL has relied on falsehoods to try to tell the world that its technology and client service are on the same level with that of Securus. Therefore, he is offering GTL a fair chance to prove its claims before an independent judge. Mr. Smith stated that Securus had invested heavily in its technology and product pipeline in the past four years. Thus, GTL cannot compete on the same level with his company. According to Mr. Smith, Securus has committed more than 700 million in firms’ acquisition, product development, upgrade of technology, and a leading customer service center in the U.S. GTL, on the other hand, has been in and out of courts. Therefore, it has only made the insignificant investment.
Securus is a technology firm that creates solutions and products with the corrections industry in mind. The Dallas-based technology hub has regional offices in Atlanta, Allen, and Carrollton. It has about 1,000 workers who manage its contracts with over 2,600 correctional agencies across the U.S. Securus also delivers technology solutions to agencies in Canada. In 2016, the firm dedicated $600 million for licensing new patents, acquiring new businesses, and upgrading its technologies.
Securus is aware of the value of variety and convenience, particularly when financing inmate telephone calls. The firm provides a series of payment product options, allowing clients to select the perfect fit for their needs. Its primary goal is to ensure family and friends are communicating regularly with incarcerated persons.
Todd Lubar is the president of TDL Global Ventures, LLC. He is also the senior vice president for Legendary Investments. He started working in the real estate industry in 1995. From the beginning, Todd knew that he would have a long career in the industry due to his desire to assist others and his love for business. Initially, Lubar worked as a loan originator for the successful Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He quickly became accustomed to the conservative mortgage-banking model. Todd gained immense knowledge and experience by virtue of working for Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He developed strong relationships with many professionals, including insurance agents, financial planners, real estate agents, and CPA’s. Presently, these experts make up a valuable source of referrals to his business.
In 1999, Todd Lubar acquired an equity position at Legacy Financial Group. This job afforded him with the opportunity to enhance his lending capabilities. Todd was able to broker loans to external investors. In addition, he started to operate as a direct mortgage bank. In 2002, Todd established Legendary Properties, LLC. His real estate company made quick progress in the competitive industry. The entity managed to buy, rehabilitate, sale and profit from more than 200 transactions. The projects under consideration included single-family units and multi-family apartments. Todd managed to create cordial relationships with professionals who were in a position to finish projects on time. To this end, he maintained close working relationships with different institutions such as banks that provided him with credit.
With a continued commitment to play his part in the mortgage banking industry, Todd started Charter Funding in 2003. This corporation was a subsidiary of the revered privately held mortgage firms in the United States, First Magnus Financial Corporation. This relationship made it easy for Lubar to grow his operations because of his access to multiple products and programs. He also founded Legendary Financial LLC, a commercial lending company. The firm gave out loans to other organizations and individuals. To date, Todd has been involved in more than 7,000 transactions. By virtue of this feat, he is able to examine the risks of any loan. To this end, he can make correct predictions based on the prevailing market conditions.
To seek Todd’s advice, visit http://www.toddlubar.com/contact/.
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Kim Dao explains the circumstances of how she picked this small apartment to live in when she first moved to Japan. Her desire was to live near Tokyo and to not spend too much money. In this video, Kim Dao explains that she only had few personal items, so she needed furniture but since she was going to live alone, it did not need to be big.
There was nothing terribly exciting about this apartment. It seemed a bit cluttered, but keep in mind, it was quite small. The mailbox and the entrance closet were utilitarian. The walls were white with no art. The utility room, bathroom and kitchen were again, small. The kitchen had only a few wire racks for the basic necessities of cooking. It had only one burner and no standard oven. She showed a colorful kitchen towel she received from a host family in Osaka, which was nice of Kim Dao to mention them.
She then showed the outside view from her bedroom window. It was pretty. She said it was peaceful. Kim Dao then showed her makeup collection which was more interesting. After all, the Kim Dao blog more often covers beauty and lifestyle than apartment tours. For you own personal tour visit, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9xCDJdtfA8
Kim Dao moved out after a short while. Although she was satisfied with the location and the price, she was not happy with either. What was outstanding, for western apartment renters is that people in Japan are not burdened with leases.
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