Rising Tide of EM Consideration by Courts Helps Boost Market for SuperCom Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPCB) Suite of Electronic Monitoring Technology and Services

  • SuperCom Ltd. has successfully introduced its suite of PureSecurity electronic monitoring products and services in several countries, including the United States
  • America’s vast federal and lower court system is a particular factor for SuperCom because of the courts’ drive to consider alternatives to incarceration, providing non-violent offenders options for remaining out of overcrowded jails prior to trial or after sentencing
  • SuperCom has successfully won and serviced a variety of new multi-year government client projects, showing the ongoing need for continually improving EM technology

Court systems everywhere, including the U.S., rely on probation and parole programs to help reduce the expense and staffing pressures associated with maintaining non-violent offenders behind bars (https://ibn.fm/tZB71).

An earlier report on the use of electronic monitoring (“EM”) in Los Angeles County, where EM is used as a cost-efficient way of keeping people out of jail, found that between 2015 and 2021, the number of people subject to EM before trial rocketed from 24 to 1,284 and that one major courthouse was choosing EM over standard alternative monitoring options in 92 percent of supervised release referrals (https://ibn.fm/pYX4K).

Citing a study by the nonprofit Vera Institute of Justice, the report also noted that between 2021 and 2022 there were an estimated half a million people in the criminal justice and civil immigration systems on some form of electronic monitoring in the United States, and that there was a five-fold increase in EM use nationwide (https://ibn.fm/Dz0yG).

SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB) is an EM technology company that has worked with clients in both Europe and the U.S., with a key focus on the United States court-administered supervised release programs that aim to reduce recidivism as well as demands on the U.S. incarceration system. EM is designed as a downward pressure on both.

SuperCom’s end-to-end suite of EM solutions includes state-of-the-art GPS tracking in real-time, secured communication, and other technologies. Their monitors can be worn discreetly, minimizing the likelihood that someone being supervised electronically may be stigmatized by peers or employers, encouraging a controlled return to the outside world.

The company’s recent detailed financial report showed revenues have more than doubled since 2021, with gross profits increasing and gross margin growing to 41.4 percent. In 2023, the company returned to “normal operations” in a context that significantly contrasts with the Covid-impacted years of 2021 and 2022.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SuperCom.com.

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