Global Tel Link (GTL) Goes Mute after a Challenge from Securus Technologies

Nobody is surprised by a no-response stands from an impostor. It is expected that a liar will lost his voice when his falsehood becomes plain to the eyes of all. This explains the current face-off between Securus Technologies and GTL. Both belong to the same industry but while Securus Technologies is busy upgrading its facilities to provide the best possible service to its esteem customers GTL is idling away claiming to be at par with the former in an attempt to confuse customers and deny Securus Technologies a return commensurate to it heavy investment. GTL will be wrong to think they are only playing smart. Their action can only be qualified as sheer wickedness.

 

I commend Securus Technologies for crying foul and calling for a challenge between them with a neutral party serving as the judge in this matter. The impartial judge will carryout a comprehensive assessment of the assets of both companies after which he tells the world who has the best customer service, the most sophisticated telephone calling platform, the most capital efficient platform, the largest product set among others. So far, there has been no response from GTL. It is no surprise because if GTL picks the challenge, it will only succeed in further soiling its already battered image of falsehood and insincerity.

It is high time, GTL borrow a leaf from Securus Technologies and start adding up-to-date technologies to its facilities for a better customer service rather than going for cheap popularity that cannot stand the test of time.

 

ABOUT SECURUS TECHNOLOGIES

 

Securus Technologies has its headquarters in Dallas, Texas. Its clients cut across thousands of public safety, law enforcement and correction agencies to millions of inmates all over North America. Its main goal is connecting what matters in the form of providing emergency response, public information, incident management, investigation, communication, bio-metric analysis, inmate self-service, information management, product and service monitoring including civil and criminal justice technology solutions among many others.

 

 

EOS Lip Balms are an Organic and Innovative Balm is Overtaking the Industry

There is a new sensation in lip balms that has present a challenge to the original brands of Blistex and Chapstick. These two balms have lead the industry for over a half a century, but a decade ago, Mahre and Teller, two successful entrepreneurs, founded the Evolution of Smooth or EOS for short. They imagined a new, fresh organic lip balm in 14 natural flavors that would be fun and exciting for females to wear.

This lip balm would not be boring but would be enticing to all of the five senses while keeping lips smooth and sensual. They planned to package this balm in a circular pastel-colored container to match the flavor. EOS would be fresh and appealing to all the senses, and the founders planned to retail it for $3 on evolutionofsmooth.com, which would be totally market-friendly.

EOS lip balm has a new outlook on how a corporation should be run, and they have made their company an open book in order to communicate better with customers. They have turned their attention to millennial females aged 25-35 who appreciate all of the unique features that makes up EOS. Seven years ago, EOS began showing up in Walgreens, Walmart, Ulta and Target, and on full-page ads in magazines like Allure and Cosmo.

On the fast-paced track, EOS quickly became worth $240 million worldwide in 2015 and was second in lip balms only to Burt’s Bees. Hollywood celebrities, like Miley Cyrus, Christina Aguilera, and Kim Kardashian and more were now fans with their own fav flavor. Females from all areas of life have discovered the multi-colored orbs of smooth lip balms in flavors like honey and grapefruit.

Mehre now prefers associating EOS balms to an emotional connection with the customer, so EOS is not just another product. “The lip balm that makes you smile” seems to fit well. To learn more, visit evolutionofsmooth.com.

Other EOS product:

https://evolutionofsmooth.com/hand-body-lotion.html

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