“It’s important for us here at Telmate to make sure that friends and family are able to stay in touch with their incarcerated loved ones anytime, anywhere,” said Jeff Hansen , Telmate’s Chief Marketing Officer.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2014
San Francisco-based Telmate is no stranger to technology. The inmate communications leader is the first company to launch an iOS app that helps friends and family to stay connected with their incarcerated loved ones. GettingOut is a free mobile app now available on the Apple iTunes Store that allows friends and family to easily make deposits, send messages, and manage accounts from the convenience of their smartphone.
According to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts’ Federal Probation Journal, inmates who are connected to the outside world are more likely to refrain from conduct that would cause them to receive disciplinary infractions or jeopardize early release. Telmate believes that the technology behind GettingOut is essentially helping reduce the cycle of recidivism, helping inmates to get out and stay out.
“It’s important for us here at Telmate to make sure that friends and family are able to stay in touch with their incarcerated loved ones anytime, anywhere,” said Jeff Hansen, Telmate’s Chief Marketing Officer. “With hectic schedules and multitasking on the rise, mobile is the way to go.”
For more information, please visit http://www.gettingout.com or search for GettingOut on the Apple iTunes Store.
Telmate is the third largest and fastest growing inmate communications provider in the United States and is a leader in customer service and cutting-edge technologies, including video visitation, secure messages, mobile applications and investigator tools. The Telmate communication system is deployed in over 250 facilities in nearly every U.S. state as well as four Canadian provinces. Telmate is headquartered in San Francisco, California. To find out more about Telmate, visit http://www.telmate.com.