Richard “Rick” Smith Continues To Drive The Company Forward

Securus Technologies, the top company which provides penitentiary systems across the Americas with cutting-edge technologies and systems to improve their environment and human resource management, continuous to soar to new heights.

Recently, Richard “Rick” Smith has said that the company regularly receives thousands of emails telling them of how good their services and products are and most importantly, how their innovations have kept inmates, prison staff, and all their families safer. Although many believed that it could be bragging, some law enforcers stepped up and told their stories and experiences with the communication providers. Read more articles at securustech.net.

Securus Technologies treats these emails as a source of motivation to develop more systems for the betterment of prison facilities in North and South America. One of Rick Smith’s ideas on how Securus Technologies can better serve the people is the purchasing of JPay.

JPay is another top company that provides technologies and systems to penitentiaries. They’re currently serving 33 state penitentiaries but their niche is different from Securus Technologies. While Securus’ products focuses mainly on law enforcement and catching prisoners or prison staff committing crimes inside prisons, JPay’s products and services focus more on the human aspect. JPay is the pioneer of providing prisons with electronic payment systems, emails, and providing inmates with tablets for their entertainment and most importantly, their education, through the tablets’ educational apps.

This way, with JPay’s resources and experience, as well as its competitive staff, Securus Technologies can further fulfill their goal of making the world a safer place by improving the environment in penitentiaries because now, they are not limited to the law enforcement part, they can also now improve the correctional aspect where the hope is the inmate will truly turn his or her life around and leave the life of crime for good.

Rick Smith has been the CEO of Securus Technologies and has been chosen to lead the company to greater heights due to his extensive experience and solid educational background that even before he became CEO, almost everybody in the company was already eyeing him to be the one that leads them.

Read more: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/rick-smith-12

One of the many positive stories that Securus Technologies received from the law enforcers that use their communication services has specified how the monitoring services of the company have helped them catch a corrupted staff. The employee was helping an inmate contraband drugs inside the prison. With the monitoring mechanism of the Securus Technologies’ system, when they started suspecting of the inmate, it just needed a few commands to restore the conversation that he had with the man that was helping him.

Overall, Securus Technologies’ fame comes from the great developers behind the company and their commitment to improving their services every week. Check this article at Bloomberg.com to know more about Rick Smith.

Foreign Investors Like Brazilian Bank Stocks According To Bradesco’s CEO Luíz Carlos Trabuco

The Brazilian stock market may be reacting to what’s going on with the economy and the political circus in the United States, according to Brazil’s finance minister. Last week was a rocky ride for Brazilian investors. Early in the week, the market was up by 3.2 percent, and by the end of the week, it lost almost one percent of that gain. The strength of the U.S. dollar against most major currencies sent foreign markets into a minor tailspin. But the main issue in Brazil is still the political atmosphere in the largest economy in Latin America, according to other financial experts.

Dilma Rousseff is in Russia singing the praises of the BRICS coalition, and that means Rousseff is serious about getting back in the political ring. Even Lulu the popular former president, and shady politician is acting like a political player again. Lulu has a loyal following, according to Luíz Carlos Trabuco, the CEO of one of the largest private banks in Brazil.

Brazilian bank stocks are hot on Wall Street this year, and according to Goldman Sachs, and the investment bank thinks 2018 will be another good year for investors who buy Bradesco and Itaú stock. Wall Street believes the Brazilian recession is over, and inflation, unemployment, and interest rates will continue to drop. Investors like what Luíz Carlos Trabuco and his executive team are doing to increase profits as well as acquire new assets. Bradesco took a risk in 2015 when Trabuco and the Board of Directors bought HSBC’s Brazilian operation. That acquisition put the bank in a position to pass Itaú Unibanco in assets under management in the foreseeable future. But there are other factors that are putting a smile on the faces of Bradesco stockholders. Trabuco has a new customer-friendly technological approach to online banking in the works. The bank’s team calls the approach, the Personas Project. The bank looks at the buying and spending habits of their client base as well as their social media preferences, and an online profile of each client is in the bank’s database. That profile helps the bank offer the right products and services to each client, and according to Trabuco, the project is a game changer for the bank.

Read more: Next Bradesco president to leave the bank’s board of directors, Says Trabuco

The people who know and work with 66-year-old Luíz Carlos Trabuco know he is a game changer. Luíz is a long-time loyal Bradesco employee. He got a job with the bank as a trainee in 1969, and he did his best to excel in all things banking while he was in the training program. The road to the top of the company is not a road everyone can follow, but thanks to Trabuco’s ability to manage people and his tireless work ethic, he made it there in 2008. Mr. Trabuco’s list of accomplishments is well-known in the banking industry, but he doesn’t take all the credit for Bradesco’s current success on Wall Street. The Bradesco executive team is the catalyst that keeps the 5,000 local branches productive, and more than 100,000 employees happy. According to Bradesco director, Márcio Parizotto, Trabuco and his team are introducing clients to the digital age of banking, and they are doing it the right way.

Learn more about Luíz Carlos Trabuco: https://br.reuters.com/article/topNews/idBRKBN1CF35D-OBRTP