JPay brings e-Commerce solutions to Washington State Department of Corrections
Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 1, 2010 -- JPay.com, the Trusted Leader in Offender Services, has brought their pioneering communication and e-commerce solutions to more than 1.2 million offenders nationwide with absolutely no cost to correctional departments and today announced the newest member of the JPay family, the Washington State Department of Corrections.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center in Washington was the first of their thirteen facilities to receive inbound and outbound eMessaging, a system designed to provide increased security and simplify a mailroom’s workload while allowing friends and families the convenience to send letters electronically to offenders.
JPay will continue to implement their eMessaging kiosks across Washington State with plans to launch money transfer during summer 2010 as well as their ground-breaking media unit, the JP3, by the end of fall 2010. The JP3 is JPay’s custom made media device that will allow offenders to purchase and download music, as well as download their eMessages directly to the device, truly revolutionary for the DOC.
The Washington State DOC’s initial response has been one of excitement regarding the increase in security that this new communication system brings to their facility and Washington State’s Corrections Centers. “The beauty of JPay is that everything that we offer to the Department of Corrections is provided at no cost to them. We provide all the hardware, marketing and all the installations” said L.D. Hay, who is the Chief Business Development Officer at JPay.
For more information about JPay.com and their innovative ecommerce solutions visit www.jpay.com, contact LD Hay @ (305) 358-8689 ext 505 or visit their booth at the upcoming SSCA Conference in Arkansas, July 11-14, 2010.
JPay.com offers a safe, reliable and convenient ecommerce solution consisting of money transfer, eMessaging, Media solutions and pre-paid phone time while providing full reporting, increased departmental efficiency and decreased administrative costs for correctional systems across the country.
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[Via Legal / Law]