Securus Technologies Amends GTL’s Inaccuracies

Securus Technologies recently made a press release that corrected information..

Securus Technologies Amends GTL’s Inaccuracies

Securus Technologies recently made a press release that corrected information made by GTL. Securus Technologies insisted that GTL has made lots of errors and inaccurate statements in its press release. Securus determine to correct all the issues. It strived to find clarification on the statements. One of the first allegations made by GTL was that they were pleased that the PTAB had determined their innovations. It indicated that the company had the chance to move to court to protect its technology.

 

Securus Technology refuted the claim stating that the PTAB did not have the final ruling on the matter. The PTAB refused to review the information because it was baseless and misleading. Securus believes that it did not infringe any patented rights as claimed by GTL. The company CEO of Securus Technologies insisted that the lawsuit may take years and millions of dollars to complete. Securus has since questioned on the approach undertaken by the company. It doesn’t make sense that a company like GTL with very few patents and licenses would seek to waste its resources and go to court. Securus insisted that GTL should act in the best interest of consumers. It stated that a firm that acted in the interest of the entire company and consumers should focus its resources on items that would improve business growth.

 

In another allegation, GTL claimed that the patents board had preserved approximately 55 alleges about the video visitation technologies. According to Securus Technologies, the PTAB failed to review all such claims. Any further information released by GTL is nothing but false allegations. Richard Smith is the current CEO of Securus Technologies. He advised GTL to pursue patents and licenses. The company should stop focusing its resources on picking fights with other firms. Doing this should enable GTL grow and improve customer experience.