SuperCom wins monitoring suite contract in Western Kentucky
19 December 2017 14:28 GMT

Biometric security and identity firm SuperCom has secured a monitoring suite contract in Western Kentucky.

SuperCom has secured a contract to provide its PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring (EM) suite of GPS and home detention offender tracking and monitoring solutions in Western Kentucky.

The program will provide much needed private full-service EM services to courts and jails in the Western Kentuckyregion. In the initial deployment stage, SuperCom will work with the customer to develop rules and procedures, provide training, and assist in the environment build-out. SuperCom expects to complete initial deployment and start generating steady-state recurring revenue in Q1 2018.

"This new win demonstrates the continued strong demand for SuperCom's secure, flexible hardware and software offender tracking products," said Ordan Trabelsi, President of SuperCom Americas. "Western Kentucky marks not just our eighth EM project currently underway, but also our third new U.S. deployment this quarter alone. By carefully listening to the needs of our customers, we have been able to deliver both the features and functionality required to adapt and successfully serve the growing EM market. Our customers are quickly realizing the added value of our technology upon evaluation and deployment, which has been leading to greater overall satisfaction and performance in their businesses."