Securus Technologies Launches Software That Monitors Inmate Calls

Securus Technologies recently introduced a new tool that can be used to analyze phone calls made by inmates. Investigator Pro 4.0 is a type of software that is powerful enough to precisely identify the unique voice of an individual. This technology is particularly useful for jails and prisons that allow inmates to make and accept phone calls. Investigator Pro 4.0 gives users plenty of shortcuts when it comes to tracking phone calls of suspicious individuals. This program can scan an array of phone calls that would be very difficult to analyze manually.


Security personnel in correctional institutions can rely on Investigator Pro 4.0 to pinpoint specific phone calls that might be linked to illegal activities. For example, some inmates might use unique phrases to secretly communicate with gang members who haven’t yet been caught by the police. It’s actually quite common for incarcerated individuals to make important logistical decisions on drug activities and other illegal transactions on the streets. Traditionally, inmates have used letters to effectively send out simple messages to their partners in crime outside of jails or prisons.


Of course, some inmates also rely on telephone calls to secretly communicate with gang members and other malicious individuals. Authorities have always faced the challenge of cracking down the secret lines of communication between inmates and their close partners who aren’t locked up yet. Investigator Pro 4.0 can actually be used to track individuals who might be suspected of committing crimes. People who frequently call inmates can be identified with priority tags in this software.


Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Securus Technologies has been serving the American criminal justice niche since the 1980s. This company has launched many types of IT solutions that have improved logistics in thousands of jails and prisons. With its innovative spirit and technical capabilities, Securus Technologies is always looking forward to improving correctional institutions in North America.


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Nathaniel Ru On The Importance On Seizing The Right Opportunity And thinking Business Through With Friends

There is a lot that goes into setting up a successful business. Among the things that is needed is an eye for the right opportunity. Another thing needed is the ability to take the time to think through every idea so that it could be revised into something practical. This often requires the help of friends. Fortunately, Nathaniel had other friends such as Jammet and Neman. With the help of these friends, they managed to put together a fast salad bar enterprise that is very beneficial to their careers as well as healthy for plenty of customers.

While other people believe that it is purely luck that someone would achieve success, Nathaniel Ru and his friends understand the value of hard work. As a matter of fact, they believe that it was their hard work that won people over. Therefore, people have been willing to give them the help that could take them the extra step in providing the experience and food to the customers. To go along with hard work is the humility to accept the help that is offered to them. Of course, everything has to be looked at so that they are able make the right choices.

Perhaps one of the defining aspects of Sweetgreen is how they treat their employees. The owners make sure that each employee is experiencing the growth that they need so that they are fulfilled. They are not referred to as workers. They are also coaches, and team members. Nathaniel Ru is very passionate about his relationships that he has formed. He wants every employee to feel welcome. He also wants to know for sure why the employee has left so that he could improve on the relationships that he is offering. For one thing, he is all about growth. He leaves no room for pride.

If there is anything that the business is centered around, it is overall life improvement. Sweetgreen is not just about improving the physical health of the individual. It is also willing to help people improve their mental health and discipline so that they can lead more productive lives.

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Hippeas Snacks by Livio Bisterzo

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Livio Bisterzo and Green Park Holdings has a new “better for you” snack product named Hippeas. Hippeas are gluten-free, chickpea puffs that are kosher, organic and vegan. They are good for you and a good source of protein.

Hippeas contain 3 grams of protein and are 100 calories per pack. They contain no preservatives and no additives. According to the official website they are also “packed with good vibes.”

Recently the company officially announced that their new Hippeas became the newest product to become a part of the Starbucks franchise assortment of famous “grab-and-go snacks”. Over 7,500 Starbucks stores across the united States will now carry two different flavors of Hippeas. As this piece goes to press both flavors–Far Out Fajitas and Vegan White Cheddar– are now available.

Livio Bisterzo’s hew product just might be catching on too. Of course, Bisterzo’s success did not happen overnight. Where did it begin?

Let’s take a look back on his career. Bisterzo, who has worked in the health and natural food industry for more than seven years, was educated at the University of the Arts in London, England. He began his entrepreneurial endeavors in 2006 with the Alvaro Group (with locations in New York City, Chicago and London).

His next position was with Little Miracle Drinks. He was with the company between 2011 and late 2014. Four months after that he working with Green Park, a food innovation company, based in Los Angeles, California. A month later, following numerous consumer test sessions and product development meetings, Hippeas were born.

Bisterzo, considered by some to be a food and beverage specialist, reportedly has other areas of expertise as well. They include (but are not necessarily limited to) brand building,business development, CPGs, FMCG, innovations, marketing, nutrition and soft drinks. He and is purportedly “taking food forward” as some put it.

The company may indeed be relatively new. They make no bones about admitting it on their official website. Still they are also well aware that they are in a business sector (nutrition and health) that is expanding rapidly.

Hence they continue to produce product brands that are natural and –as they say–“better for you”. Bisterzo and company are working to led the way in producing a positive change in the food industry. They hope to accomplish this goal by running food businesses that can positively impact society and encourage and bring about timely behavioral and cultural changes in the world.

Devco Working Towards a Greater Good

Press of Atlantic City recently published an article about New Brunswick Devco. Press of Atlantic City claimed that Devco failed to pay $1 million in principal and interest on a $20 million loan it received from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. The loan was made to Devco for Heldrich, a New Brunswick hotel and conference center developed by a nonprofit called the New Brunswick Development Corp. CRDA Executive Director John Palmieri acknowledged that the repayment of the loan has not gone as planned; however, Palmieri recognized at the start of the loan that it would take longer the average amount of time for the loan to be repaid.
Devco is a private nonprofit urban real estate development company founded in the mid-1970’s to serve as a catalyst for the city’s revitalization. Devco believes their expertises lies within the strategic alliances, strong public-private partnerships, and innovative project financing structures. Devco works on a number of different projects, some of them award-winning. Devco to this day has overseen nearly $1.6 billion of investment in New Brunswick. All of these investments serve as a greater good for the community, and not just there to suck money out of people and consumers.

Even with the struggle in the economic world, Devco has managed to persevere because of their unique strategy when it comes to redevelopment. Each project Devco gets involved in is for a higher purpose, they are the statewide leader for education, healthcare, industry, the arts, travel, and government. It seems that the Press of Atlantic City article, shows the company in some distress because they are having trouble paying off their loan debt. However, it seems like they are quickly turning around and will be able to begin paying off the loan as soon as they get back on their feet again.


Fabletics Is Doing Something New In Athletic wear and Fashion

Deciding what to wear for your workout sessions has just become a lot easier for both men and women. A new company named Fabletics has been gaining widespread attention with their unique outlook on the retail industry and fashion marketing. The company is giving their competitors a real run for their money.

Fabletics is a type of subscription based online retailer that makes all of their money in sportswear for women as well as selling accessories for women. Some people have been known to refer to these types of things as “athleisure”. Fabletics provides its members with customized outfits that are chosen depending on their ever-changing lifestyle as well as the types of clothing and style that are best suited to them. Fabletics is just one part of the company JustFab.


Adam Goldenberg, Kate Hudson and Don Ressler founded Fabletics in 2013, and launched the site in the beginning of October, 2013. In 2015, the company created FL2. FL2 focuses on activewear for men. Kate Hudson and her brother, another actor named Oliver Hudson, handle FL2. The company had expanded its growing stock of inventory in 2016 with the addition of dresses as well as swimwear. They continuously garner the attention of the press due to their marketing methods, which have targeted their competitor Luluemon and make heavy use of video filmed on Kate Hudson’s cell phone.

Between September and October of 2015, the company opened their debut physical stores. Malls owned by Westfield and General Growth Properties Inc. have provided the company a brick and mortar location in many areas on Facebook. These areas are The Mall in Columbia, Kenwood Towne Centre in Cincinnati, Ohio as well as St. Louis Galleria in St. Louis. The Village at Topanga, located in Woodland Hills also houses their brick and mortar stores. These are just a few of their growing locations. According to Forbes Magazine, anywhere between 75 and 100 new Fabletics locations are expected to open during the coming three to five years, making them way bigger and better.


While membership in Fabletics generally costs $49.95 every month, members have the option to skip a month without being charged for it. After registration, each member must fill out a survey with questions about their workout regimens and lifestyle choices. In the beginning of every month Fabletics sends their members outfits personally catered to them based on the answers they provide in their survey.