New Port Richey PD, FL​ - Implements DigitalOnQ

SEATTLE, WA – May 22, 2019 - FileOnQ, Inc.,
a leading provider of law enforcement software solutions, has announced that the New Port Richey Police Department, has added DigitalOnQ to help them to more efficiently access, manage and share all their digital evidence. ​Located in New Port Richey, FL - New Port Richey PD has 40+ sworn officers and chose to adopt DigitalOnQ to empower them to easily access all their digital evidence from one place, no matter the file type, or where it's stored.

New Port Richey​ PD will be deploying FileOnQ's DigitalOnQ solution with the assistance and guidance from one of FileOnQ's Customer Success Teams. These dedicated teams, made up of former public safety personnel, provide real-world expertise, knowledge, and hands-on training to help ensure and empower an agency's success—not just during implementation, but long into the future. As a current FileOnQ customer has commented,

"DigitalOnQ has made storage and access much faster and easier. We have gained significant time management efficiency, by being able to locate digital evidence files nearly instantly."

FileOnQ serves more than 15 public safety agencies comprising of more than 4700 officers in the state of Florida, and over 350 agencies in North America.

We're Ready to Help!
FileOnQ understands that property and evidence management is mission-critical and our goal is to empower agencies to perform this important job with excellence – excellence worth talking about. If you want to overcome your current physical pr digital evidence management struggles and achieve excellence at your agency, then schedule a live demo so we can show you how.

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