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Award Winners Will Be Announced at Connected World Conference in June
Cary, NC (May 29, 2012) — Connected World magazine announced its finalists for the 2012 Value Chain Awards in April 2012. Securus, Inc., the leading provider of mobile safety and security GPS products, is proud to announce that it is a finalist for the awards.
According to Connected World magazine, the “Value Chain Awards honor the most successful corporate adopters of M2M technology and connected devices, as well as the solution providers that help make their technology adoption a success.”
“I am proud of the M2M solutions that our team and partners, RACO Wireless and Micron Electronics, have produced. Together we have accomplished a lot in a short period of time, and hopefully our solutions will make our world a little safer. To be nominated for such a prestigious award is an honor,” said Christopher D. Newton, President and CEO of Securus, Inc.
The winners of the awards will be announced at the Connected World Conference, taking place June 11-13 at the Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, Illinois. Information about the Connected World Conference can be found at http://connectedworldmag.com/conference/.
To learn more about Securus, Inc., visit www.SecurusGPS.com.
About Securus, Inc.:
Securus, Inc. is focused on deploying GPS-enabled solutions for the Safety and Security market. Securus has developed a complete GPS technology platform, “GPS as a Service,” enabling the Company and its market partners to deliver tailored GPS hardware and software solutions specifically designed for each vertical on one streamlined interface. Securus’ strategy is to partner with leading companies in each vertical market to ensure best-of-class solutions for customers. Securus’ products are designed for college students, individuals with special needs, pet protection, child safety and law enforcement. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Zoombak, Inc., general purpose and vehicle tracking locators are sold through national retail chains.