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Amped Software Introduces FIVE On Demand Video Software

October 12, 2011  | 

Amped Software has introduced its FIVE On Demand video enhancement software, a budget friendly version of its Amped FIVE Professional with weekly, monthly, or annual subscription options.

Amped FIVE On Demand forensic software gives law enforcement professionals a complete set of tools for video, images, as well advanced features and filters in one affordable package, according to the company.

"The greatest challenge facing our law enforcement customers used to be the criminals," said Martino Jerian, Amped chief executive. "Today it is their budgets and cuts to the budget. We have had hundreds of agencies ask for this type of program who need our software to do their job."

The company offers Amped FIVE On Demand video enhancement software with both annual contract pricing and either a one week or one month no contract program, according to the company.

"Our contract pricing allows an agency to utilize Amped FIVE as an operating expense, rather than capital outlay for as little as $450 per month," said E.J. Ord, Amped Software North America's director of sales for military and law enforcement. "That only amounts to around $15 a day. A further bonus in affordability is that the pricing is all-inclusive with updates and support, so our users are always up to date and do not have to worry about future costs for upgrades or tech support."

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