SOURCE: Lattice Incorporated

Lattice Incorporated

June 15, 2015 08:00 ET

Lattice Implements Integrated Voice and Video Visitation System in Bryan County Jail

Company Continues to Expand Market Share in Oklahoma

PENNSAUKEN, NJ--(Marketwired - Jun 15, 2015) -  Lattice Incorporated (OTCQB: LTTC) has installed its Nexus Inmate Communication System at the Bryan County Jail in Durant, Oklahoma. This new installation expands Lattice's presence at the facility beyond its current NetVisit Video Visitation System. It is a component of Lattice's integrated portfolio of inmate management and communications solutions.

Bryan County switched to Lattice's Nexus System based on Lattice's reputation for industry-leading service, support, and system reliability. With both Inmate Communication and Video Visitation solutions installed at the facility, Lattice will generate improved efficiencies for Bryan County and significant revenue opportunities for Bryan County and Lattice.

"The new installation of our Nexus Inmate Communication System at Bryan County, combined with our existing NetVisit Video Visitaion platform, will deliver efficiencies to the facility, greatly reduce the burden on its staff, and drive increased revenue opportunities for Bryan County and Lattice," noted Paul Burgess, CEO of Lattice. "We look forward to growing our partnership with the Bryan County facility through our expanded service offering of Inmate Communication and Video Visitation solutions."

About Lattice Incorporated

Lattice is a provider of inmate management and communications solutions that improve efficiency, reduce administrative burden, and deliver recurring revenue opportunities for corrections facilities globally. Lattice's integrated network of highly secure solutions includes inmate communication systems, prepaid calling options, voicemail, on-site and remote video visitation and arraignment, point-of-sale kiosks, e-mail, text messaging, and social media. Lattice's inmate management module efficiently manages prison processes, including communications monitoring, commissary purchases, account funding and billing, biometrics, booking, incident reporting, and more. For more information, visit

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