The Bermondsey and Old Southwark MP Neil Coyle visited Unilink’s offices on Friday, 15th December. The Labour MP met with Francis Toye, CEO and Founder of the company and Paul Mullins, Chair of the Board of Directors of The Unilink Group. Mr. Coyle was impressed by the wide range of functionalities Unilink’s prisoner self-service and offender management systems have. He was delighted to know that the company, based in his constituency, is a winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, among other awards and recognitions on local and international level. What impressed the politician the most was that the software enrolled in over 70 sites worldwide is academically proven to help rehabilitation and make prisons work better, safer and more efficiently.