Digital Ally to Provide Up to 5,000 Body Cameras to National Police Force
Tuesday, February 04, 2020 | Comments

Digital Ally, received an initial purchase order under a substantial contract awarded by the director of strategic procurement of a country for the expected deployment of body cameras to its entire national police force. Digital Ally did not specify the country that made the order.

The contract will include up to 5,000 body cameras with Digital Ally’s web-based software infrastructure service for a three-year period. The contract is expected to result in revenues exceeding $4.0 million, starting with delivery of the initial purchase order in February 2020 and the release of periodic purchase orders thereafter. Upon completion, the contract would be the largest body camera deployment in the company’s history and the largest contract for recurring service revenues for its web-based software related to the body cameras.

The contract was awarded to Digital Ally after an extensive evaluation process resulting in the national police force replacing a competitors’ hardware and services with Digital Ally’s body camera and new web-based software services offerings.

“The award of this international contract is an important milestone for Digital Ally because the size and complexity of the deployment proves the scalability of the company’s body camera hardware and its web-based software services,” stated Stanton E. Ross, Digital Ally chief executive officer (CEO). “The company has been working with one of its distributors on this contract for approximately twelve months, which illustrates the long sales cycle that is typical of large international market opportunities. We have sufficient inventory on hand and expect to fulfill the initial part of the order in the current quarter and continue deliveries as required. The contract requires Digital Ally to provide its new web-based software that will generate significant recurring service revenues from the technology infrastructure necessary to retrieve and manage the audio and video evidence generated by the body cameras.”

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