PENNSAUKEN, NJ--(Marketwired - May 19, 2014) - Lattice Incorporated (OTCQB: LTTC) ("Lattice" or the "Company"), a cloud-solutions provider of inmate management network systems for correction facilities, announced the installation of its inmate communications system at two correctional facilities in Illinois.
A component of Lattice's Inmate Corrections Operating Network ("ICON"), these latest communications technology installations at the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center in Benton, Illinois, and the Coles County Jail in Charleston, Illinois, represent the Company's first customers in the state.
"Inmate communication services continue to be a foundational and growing part of our business," stated Paul Burgess, CEO of Lattice. "The plug and play nature of our proprietary ICON platform and its various features, such as video visitation and kiosk technologies, enables us to easily customize our solution for each facility as needed. This also positions Lattice as the go-to choice for correctional centers that are expanding or seeking to modernize their facilities management and inmate communications systems."
Burgess continued, "As we continue to expand our footprint both domestically and internationally, we're growing brand recognition for Lattice among new and repeat customers while opening up new selling opportunities that leverage our full-suite of information and communications technology solutions."
About Lattice Incorporated
Lattice Incorporated provides advanced information and communications technology solutions to corrections facilities globally. The Company's innovative, cost-effective solutions leverage its proprietary Nexus platform, a real-time transaction processing engine, to develop and deliver customized cloud-based software applications with military-grade security for facilities that require highly secure solutions. For more information, visit http://www.latticeinc.com.
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