THC Technologies Corp touts increased sales in the international corrections market


Boston, Massachusetts. (November 19, 2013) THC Technologies Corp a private corporation engaged in the global biometric solutions market, today announced it has experienced strong sales growth of its VoiceVantage™ voice verification software within the corrections telecommunications market.

THC CEO Frances Lynch said, “The market for correctional telecommunications exceeds $3.5 billion per year in the Americas alone and THC continues to enjoy recognition as the industry’s inmate voice verification leader. Demand for our highly secure voice verification software continues to increase exponentially. Our inmate voice verification installations have increased our overall sales volume by almost 30% year over year for the past two years.” THC and its Partners design, deploy and support advanced voice verification solutions worldwide. THC provides the core proprietary voice verification solutions Partners deploy to secure software applications, often at military grade, for multiple security markets including the correction sector.

Tom Wilkerson, THC’s VP of Marketing concurred saying, "THC is the obvious choice for our Partners and clients as they address today’s secure communication challenges. Our advanced security products in combination with our Partner’s expertise offer innovative solutions positioning us to capitalize on the substantial corrections market opportunity worldwide.

Organizations in public education, financial services, healthcare, government and many other industries maximize performance and provide investment protection because THC and our partners deliver complete bestVofVbreed voice authentication solutions. We focus on designing, developing and deploying voice solutions with our partners sharing the common goal to create bestVofVbreed hardware and software configurations on which to deploy their industry specific solutions.”

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