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DesignPD, Home of Field Training Tracker, Employee Performance Tracker, and K-9 Tracker, To Become Agency360 Public Safety Software!

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Fishers, IN (September 17th, 2014) – DesignPD, a leading innovator in public safety software, announced today that the company will be changing its name to Agency360.   This change is being made to reflect the growing diverse clientele of the company and of public safety as whole whose needs continues to expand beyond the walls of specific agencies.  Agency360 is committed to making the management of public safety easier, more effective, and more efficient by delivering software that will help you defend decisions, enforce standards, gain insights into your department, access information quickly, remove clutter, track progress and more.


“Little did we know when this company was created that user-centered design, fanatical support, and state-of-the-art technology would appeal not only nationally but across all realms of public safety.   Over the last few years our Field Training/FTO Software, Performance Evaluation Software, and K-9 Software has been used by law enforcement, EMS, corrections, communications, and private security.  We are now seeing interest from fire, federal, and even military agencies.”  Said Matt Molter Agency360 Founder. 


Previous customers of DesignPD will not see any impact in their services from this change.   Agency360 has customers across the country. 


About Agency360:


As public safety agencies continue to struggle with outdated equipment, decreased labor force, and limited budgets Agency360 helps simplify the work.  Using a web-based solution with a laser focus on user experience, Agency360 helps law enforcement, EMS, corrections, communications, and security organizations across the country increase quality and minimize risk.   Our suite of integrated solutions, designed with input from users in the field, can be adjusted to the way they work now and in future allowing departments to track and manage employees from hire to retire for years to come.