Head-to-Head Technology Battle

There are many avenues across the country for inmates incarcerated in jails and prisons to communicate with family and loved ones. But behind the means to communicate are technologies that have shaped and molded phone calls, VOIP, video chats and email. And driving those technologies are companies who have invested time and money to bring about the ideas of advanced technology.

 

Securus Technologies and Global Tel Link (GTL) are two of the biggest communications giants that have shaped the industry today, and Securus Technologies who has invested and grown more than GTL has issued the challenge to prove they are the biggest and most advanced communication company in the country.

 

Securus Technologies boasts a broad array of technology platforms that allow inmates communication to reach friends and families because of how they have leveraged their reinvestment back into the company to the tune of over $700 million. Part of the investments they have made have been to buy up smaller companies to acquire necessary technology to add to the many platforms available.

 

Because of the amount of time and money Securus Technologies has invested in their growth, they feel that through an independent judge they would win a head-to-head competition against GTL as the company of choice for inmate communications. With the use of an independent judge, the competition will measure the two companies in comparison to product sets, calling platforms and customer service.

 

Even without engaging in a head-on competition or using an independent judge, Securus Technologies feels they are superior for a very simple reason; time and time again customers are leaving companies like GTL to join Securus Technologies and enjoy the great technology they have to offer. Securus Technologies provides communications for nearly 1.2 million inmates across the country.

 

Who is Todd Lubar?

Todd Lubar is a jack of many trades but a proven master in the real estate industry. He is described as a positive personality, and his success in real estate places him in the top business circles. Here is a brief look into Lubar’s personal and professional life.

Career

According to Angel.co, Todd Lubar’s career began in 1995 immediately after graduating from Syracuse University. His first job was as a loan originator at Crestar Mortgage Corporation. The position exposed him to conservative mortgage banking and enabled him to connect with CPAs and real estate agents.

Lubar later joined Legacy Financial Group in 1999 where he worked until 2005. He was credited with growing the company’s Maryland office to $100 million annual loan volume, and he got the chance to lend as a direct mortgage bank. In 2005 he joined Charter Funding as a senior Vice President until 2007 when he decided to shift his focus back to purchase money mortgage origination.

The 2007-2008 financial crises that hit the real estate sector forced Todd Lubar to diversify his inventory of businesses. He ventured into the commercial demolition industry where he got a chance to work with some of the largest contractors in the market. He also ventured into the night club and recycling industries. However, real estate is still his greatest occupation, and today he is the president of TDL Ventures, LLC.

Todd Lubar’s success in the real estate industry has seen him rank among the top 25 mortgage originators for several years.

Education and Family

Todd Lubar attended Sidwell Friends School during his childhood and The Peddie School in Hightstown for his high-school education. He is also an alumnus of Syracuse University, where he graduated with a B.A. in Speech Communication.

Lubar is a loving husband and father to two children. He resides with his family in Bethesda, Maryland, and he says that one of his priorities is spending time with his kids. According to Lubar, his greatest goal in life is to become a better person with each passing day both personally and professionally. He is also reputed for his love of Orange County, California.

Contact Todd, visit toddlubar.com.

Article reference: http://citrite.org/appreciating-the-illustrative-career-of-todd-lubar/