Securus Technologies, a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions, is now helping prison inmates and corrections officers by automating prison forms and grievance applications to a paperless digital form. Securus is committed to keeping their customers updated with the latest and most effective technologies available.
How Securus is using ConnectUS to save time and money
In the prison system, time not only means money, it means security and safety. When correctional officers have more time to dedicate to security, training, and inmate management, prisons and jails are safer for both guards and inmates. By implementing its Inmate Forms and Grievance application on ConnectUs, Securus does away with the need to use time-consuming paper forms for grievances, medical forms, sign-up and other forms that once had to be printed, and handed out. Prison employees and correctional officers often spend a great deal of time printing, copying, distributing, and collecting paper forms. The ConnectUs system does away with this outdated method of processing prison forms.
It’s a win-win for everyone
While most people don’t consider what goes on behind prison walls to be of much relevance, a safer and more effective prison is a win-win for everyone. Better run and more efficient paperwork and forms handling is a win not just for prison staff but for taxpayers and inmates as well. With this new application by Securus, inmates can receive custom forms that can be created for any type of inmate request. Inmates can also view the status of forms and grievances and accept them or us the system to file appeals. The new system is apparently making a real difference. Securus processes an average of 13.8 forms per inmate per month saving a lot of time and money that can be dedicated to other issues and programs. ConnectUs does not stop there. With a lot of other features such as inmate location and a digital inmate bulletin board, correctional officers are able to communicate with inmates more efficiently allowing for smoother operations between staff and inmates.
Shaygan Kheradpir was an Operating Partner at Marlin Equity Partners, the parent company of Coriant Corporation, and was assigned for quite a while to work with Coriant’s top management to help Coriant’s Operations and Strategic Planning do great work. He proved invaluable in his leadership, and so has been promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Coriant. Their confidence in him is now complete.
Kheradpir’s plan is to lead Coriant forward into a future filled with upgrades for all their many client companies. This will often involve whole new systems for cloud computing and very high-throughput and highly-fault-tolerant networking hardware and software. He wants Coriant to become a bigger player in the telecom arena. This is a task perfectly suited for Kheradpir.
Of particular interest in Coriant’s near future plans, are their top clients who are now shifting to cloud computing in scaled-up data centers, able to handle the hundreds of millions of data packets passing through every second. These are the new 100 gigabit networks. Much of this plan was originally done by Kheradpir while he was consulting with the company’s management, most recently. He takes over from former CEO Pat DiPietro, who is still serving as the Vice Chairman of the Board.
Thousands of companies in over 100 countries benefit from Coriant’s turn-key and custom technology integration packages, and will all be shepherded into the full intensity of high-technology solutions in the 21st century. This will include new packet optical technology, at much reduced prices, because of the huge volumes involved. More automation is being brought online at Coriant to reduce manufacturing costs, and more automation is being applied to field service and field service upgrades.
Shaygan Kheradpir is a high-performing veteran of a number of telecom companies, including GTE and Verizon. He has long served on the Board of Directors for the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He worked his way up the corporate ladder at GTE until he became their CEO! He has an Electrical Engineering science degree from Cornell, where he was on the Engineering Council Advisory Panel at Cornell. And, it was at Cornell that he earned both is Masters degree and his Ph.D.
But Kheradpir has double powers. He is not only a bit of a technology guru, he also understands everything about running a technology business, including with unique insight into the world of commercial finance. He was the CEO of the Global Retail Business Group at Barclay’s Bank and a CEO at Global Retail Business Group. While at the latter, he invented an online payment system for them, called ‘Pingit’.
Dr. Shaygan Kheradpir was confirmed as the new CEO of Coriant. According to Bceploration. He will double up as the chair of the board. He takes over from CEO and Chairman Pat DiPietro who will return to his former position as vice chairman of the board at Marlin Equity. Coriant is an End-to-End Multi-Layer Transport Network Innovation company offering SDN and edge-to-core transport solution to over 100 countries. It combines Nokia Siemens optical networks, Tellabs, and Sycamore networks formerly.
Shaygan Kheradpir is expected to take over the reins of a company that is aiming to lead a strategic surge in innovation in technology service offering. He is expected to use his extensive experience and knowledge in management, optical network, and packet data solutions to drive Coriant towards growth and sustainability.
Shaygan Kheradpir brings a vast wealth of knowledge and experience to Coriant. He has over 28 years of progressive experience as an executive. He holds a BSC, MSC and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Cornell University. He is formerly the vice chair and CIO of Verizon networks where he started his career at GTE. He introduced innovative solutions in telecommunication services and automation which led to significant cost reduction to the company. He also worked as the Chief Operating Officer of retail banking giant Barclays a position he held until he was promoted to Chief Operations and Technology Officer. He left Barclays to join Juniper Networks as the CEO having presided over successful implementations of Pingit payments among other things. He introduced effective cost cutting measures at Juniper until his departure.
His confirmation came barely a year of service to Marlin Equity Partners as a consultant during their various takeovers. Shaygan is regarded as a top technology executive given his impressive education and career background. He is expected to maintain good rapport with former colleagues and operating partners at Marlin to offer much-needed integration of the founding firms that make up 35 years of inherited heritage in technology innovation.
By confirming Shaygan, Coriant will be looking to offer disruptive innovation both in price and in the product offering. In his acceptance speech, Kheradpir noted that customers have every reason to be enthusiastic as he will preside over a period of encouraging cost-disruptive technology solutions.
Some of the products Coriant will look to capitalize fully include high intelligent networking and cloud solutions. Coriant is optimistic that they have gotten the man for the job.
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As the future becomes more and more about connections and staying connected, companies and people around the world have rushed to fill the need to have connections that are reliable. The telecommunications industry has become increasingly important in our daily life. Now more than ever we need to have reliable forms of communication at our fingertips. Companies such as Coriant have done their best to help provide the best possible services to their clients. They know that their clients look to them to continue to develop data networks that are ever faster and yet even more reliable than our current networks.
Coriant is a cutting edge firm that is headed by skilled telecommunications specialist Shaygan Kheradpir. Kheradpir is has many years of experience in this field. He has held multiple positions in various parts of the telecommunications field where his leadership skills have long been recognized and admired. Kheradpir earned his degrees in this area at Cornell University in update New York. His work in telecommunications has also included original research that has helped make the communications field much faster and more responsive to the needs of today’s affluent and educated consumers who have come to expect such services from their providers.
In taking charge of Coriant, Kheradpir hopes to continue his tradition of excellence and provide new ways for the company to grow and better serve the needs of their clients. He knows that any technology company must be fully prepared to confront any and all challenges in the market today as well as the needs of their clients for skilled help in confronting any problems that may arise. His years of customer service have helped him figure out innovative ways to assist his clients in solving such problems and doing so in ways that take full advantage of new kinds of technological advances.
Many employees of Coriant know that the company must be prepared at all times to respond to the needs of their clients. They also know that Coriant must look to the future as it begins to expand and grow. This kind of vision has proved vital since the company was founded in 2013. Company officials have consistently sought out the best possible employees to help them provide the kind of quality services they need to be able to have a satisfied based of customers. Many customers have been pleased to work with them as well.
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Coriant is a large networking company based out of Munich, Germany and Naperville, United States. It creates and supplies all the technologies required for large telecom companies to lay cable and provide services of all kinds to customers across the country. In particular, Coriant has been at the leading edge of fiber optic cable supplying. These fiber optic networks will pave the way for the next generation of high speed internet. Coriant came into being in 2013 after breaking away from Siemans, and joining forces with Sycamore Networking Solutions. Originally being guided by Marlin Equity Partners, Coriant was a bright light from the very beginning, and that positive start only grew, to the company that now supplies 9 out of the top 10 communications companies. Coriant has grown to service companies on 6 continents and over 100 countries.
However, Coriant does not just create a proven product, it is also in the business of developing and supplying the next step in communication and networking technologies. Coriant supplies networking services to large enterprises, government agencies, internet service providers, content creators and submarine network providers. Coriant’s main asset is in innovation and global services. Specifically, Coriant controls more than 1800 patents on its technologies, and has pioneered some of the most important technologies of the last 35 years. They revolutionized the networking industry with the fastest transmission fiber optic cables in the business.
Strong performance often comes from strategic leadership, and this is no different in the case of Coriant. Shaygan Kheradpir is the current CEO and Chair of the Board. He arose in the company through strategic planning and operations, which he leveraged in order to become the CEO. His innovative style has made him a popular candidate for CEO since he entered the company. Leading the strategic planning of the company has fostered an innovative atmosphere that took off during his tenure as CEO, spurring further growth and innovation throughout the company.
Shaygan Kheradpir plans to continue this strategic growth, but spurring further investment and innovation in service provider technologies. These markets can be very difficult and competitive, so to gain advantage and satisfy customers who purchase these technologies is the gateway to future growth and expansion. Shaygan Kheradpir has proven himself to be a competent and forward thinking CEO thus far, and his plans and inspiration for the future of the company only solidifies his position at the head of Coriant.