Investigators can now tell who speaks to inmates via telephone calls. This has been, following the latest release by Securus Technologies. It is among the telephone services providers to inmates. It majors in providing technological solutions, which help in the improvement of civil as well as criminal justice. I found their latest release the Investigator Pro 4.0 very intriguing. All that an investigator needs to do is to get a voice sample. The Investigator Pro will then search for all telephone conversations with that voice. This can be done for the inmate and the one being called. Securus is optimistic that this will be a great step towards monitoring and avoiding crimes, which can be linked to inmates. The company has shown commitment to this narrative over the years.
As Michael Kester, the chief operating officer at JLG Technologies put it; the identification of parties by voice will help in bringing to light crimes and other unlawful acts before they actualize. The Investigator Pro can also identify other inmates who have called a certain party. Its ability to search for voices rather than phone numbers and PINs makes it more accurate. This ensures that even when someone uses a different number, the investigators will still keep track with ease.
Having its headquarters in Dallas, Texas, Securus Technologies serves numerous agencies, which deal with law enforcement, correction, and public safety. It also serves approximately 1.2 million inmates in North America. Securus Technologies has also improved their customer services. They currently have the largest in-house call center. Calls to them are answered within an average of 11 seconds. This shows just how committed they are to their customers.
Fabletics is the creator of stay active, inspiring clothing are terrific prices. Co-CEOs, Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler started the company along with Kate Hudson. They felt there was a gap in the in the active wear marketplace. The brand is being offered as an affordable, yet stylish and high quality. The company was established in 2013.
Whether you are a die-hard triathlon or just running errands and chasing after kids, Fabletics offers trendy designs that will inspire you to stay active and look great doing it.
As a VIP member, you will save up to 50 percent off regular pricing. You will also earn points towards loyalty items. You can shop or Skip the Month. If you decide to skip shopping for a specific month, and let them know by the 5th of the month, you will not be charged the monthly fee on Fabletics.ca. You can cancel your VIP Membership at any time. Kate Hudson is an inspiration to those looking for active wear. She shares her favorite outfits, each month.
There is something new at Fabletics. Kate Hudson is about to add a line of athleisure dresses to the Fabletics of active wear currently offered. This will make Friday night on the town a lot easier. She also just announced a new line of performance swim wear. Get in the swing of things with new outfits at your fingertips. The new athleisure dresses will take you out on the town but keep it casual. The bathing suits are geared towards being active.
Recently Fabletics expanded from only being online to also being in retail stores. This has been great for online sales, as the brand is becoming even better known. Online stores were a major push several years ago, but now people seem to want the option to actually go to the store again. They can try on clothes and get a better idea of how they look on. The company will open five retail stores during the coming months. They plan to open even more shortly. The company is expected to produce $250 million in online sales in 2016.
A business with realistic values is bound to stay successful for a very long time. Nathaniel Ru is an entrepreneur who believes in embarking on something that will last long. The alumnus of McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, is an investor who co-founded Sweetgreen. The fast-casual food restaurant is making strides and is set to be a mainstream chain and a lifestyle brand. The co-CEO together with his co-founders, Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman started the restaurant after realizing the need for healthy and delicious fast foods. Nathaniel who is the only child of a Chinese father and Mexican-American Mother holds a BS in Finance.
Sweetgreen is a high-end salad chain with about 40 stores in the US. All stores serve seasonal fresh and healthy foods. The menu consists of three regional dishes that rotate five times in a year. The recipes are simple and only contain natural flavors. The restaurant which has gained popularity since its founding in 2007 gets the supplies from local farmers who use organic and conventional methods. The stores at times incorporate recipes that utilize plants parts that are often wasted and also menus that boost health restoration and weight loss.
Nathaniel attributes the success of the business to values exercised in all stores. He explains that the customers, company and the community must all win and the business should make a positive impact. To the Sweetgreen founders, long-term decisions help in the sustainability of the venture. Nathaniel also believes in adding an extra effort to an already excellent work as this serves as a marketing strategy. The stores adopted an idea of covering customers’ bicycles with shower caps if it rains. The above values have earned the business press accolades such as Food and Wine, CBS, Forbes, CNBC, Washington Post and USA Today.
The business has embraced technology and through the Sweetgreen app, customers can place orders, pay and also get rewards. In 2010, the co-founders launched Sweetlife Festival. The festival involves the celebration of food, music and the community. There are food trucks, menus by top chefs and prominent artists. The profits gotten from the festival are donated to Food Corps to help educate children on nutrition and agriculture.
Nathaniel Ru and fellow Sweetgreen co-CEOs are indeed focused investors who know where and why they are moving in the direction they are moving. Starting the business was not easy as the trio had to outsource capital from parents and friends. Nathaniel has been featured in Forbes’ 30 under 30 and Inc’s 30 under 30.