GovPayNet Acquired By Securus Technologies

A statement from Robert E. Pickens, Chief Executive Officer and President of leading technology provider Securus Technologies, recently gave a statement announcing that he and his company are incredibly excited to be welcoming GovPayNet to their portfolio of products. The move in acquiring GovPayNet is exciting and will offer a great opportunity for Securus to expand their business.


Securus is currently the lead provider for technological solutions in the public safety, corrections, government payment services, law enforcement and investigations sector. The company is headquartered in Carrollton, Texas and is currently working to service over 3,500 agencies including public safety, corrections and law enforcement agencies, who have over 1,200,000 inmates using the services. Securus Technologies connects emergency response unites, public information, incident management, biometric analysis, information management, communications, as well as inmate self-service, monitoring products and many other services. The company is also the recipient of an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, as announce in an earlier article that also outlines their business and can be found here.


The recent acquisition of GovPayNet by Securus Technologies is very exciting. GovPayNet is a leader in the payment industry, known for their accurate processing of credit and debit card payments for government agencies. GovPayNet offers their customers ways to pay for bail, violations, as well as real estate and property tax payments. This will be a great addition to the Securus Technologies family, it an go hand in hand with the services they currently offer and will be another way Securus Technologies can bundle services for government agencies.


Securus Technologies recently also acquired JPay, and now with the addition of GovPayNet, they are sure to offer even more cutting edge solutions for their clients. This will accelerate their abilities and can allow them to grow into more areas as well as more revenue.