A native of Nashville and a graduate of Clemson University, DJ likes to spend his free time traveling, playing golf, working out and of course watching Clemson football. After graduation, DJ worked for a Fortune 500 company for 7 years prior to joining Correctional Risk Services, a company his father founded which is in the correctional industry. As DJ visited more and more jails, one thing became evident; the method for capturing, storing and retrieving the state-mandated standards was inefficient and antiquated at best. This led to that entrepreneurial thought, “there has to be a better way” out of which JailCore was born.
Some descriptive words to describe DJ: passionate, competitive, customer-focused and driven. These attributes paired with his vision for a simple, intuitive and affordable technology have enabled JailCore to become an industry leader in only a few short years.
As you gaze at Robby Clements’ image, you may be thinking two things: 1.) his future’s so bright he’s gotta wear shades and 2.) he’s a rock star. While his hair is no longer rock star length, this Navy Veteran is passionate and committed about writing software that is both simple and intuitive; all while managing a team of rock star developers. When not working, Robby likes to spend his time camping, fishing, shooting guns and relaxing with his wife Rachel and four children.
Speaking of rock stars, Duane Blevins began playing music at the young age of 5. Born in North Georgia into a musical family, Duane’s talents led him to earning a scholarship at MTSU where he majored in Recording Industry Management. Upon graduation (and a few bands later), Duane worked in the Internet and Technology marketplace for 8 years prior to a successful 15 year career selling real-estate. Duane joined JailCore as our first full-time sales rep as he was searching for an industry with more stability that he knew and was passionate about. Duane’s biggest asset is his ability to listen to and connect with current and potential clients. His sales success comes not from an ability to “sell” but more from his ability to fully understand a jail’s pain points and clearly communicate viable solutions.