“Revenue projections will be achieved” reports CEO
ROK Global PLC, the UK-based mobile and web technologies, applications and services company has announced its delight with the successful trials and on-going deployments of its mobile security technology.
Commenting, Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman and CEO of ROK said “Following an extremely thorough testing period in the US with several law enforcement agencies across a period of several months, as well as the recent operational successes of our technologies, we are delighted at the interest being shown not just across the US but with many other approved government agencies worldwide.”
ROK mobile security technology enables law enforcement officers, in real-time, to increase operational efficiencies in the gathering and management of information and evidence in a variety of formats using encrypted data based communications.
ROK mobile security technologies, developed in house by ROK, have been designed, in particular, with regards to counter-terrorism operations, criminal investigations including counter-narcotics operations, physical security of officers and agents, and field communications.
In addition, ROK mobile security software provides immediate facilitation of secure, evidence-grade field interviews to be conducted from a standard issue mobile device which, along with real-time analysis from remote locations, is law enforcement-specific technology which has been unavailable until now.
“The fantastic levels of interest in our mobile security technologies from law enforcement agencies in several countries across the world has resulted in the need for a much faster deployment of the service and on a larger scale than we had anticipated, with the net effect that our forecasted revenue projections will be achieved.” Added Kendrick.
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