Pittsburgh, PA, January 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Blaser Software has announced today that it has changed its licensing model and cost for the very popular Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System (BEAMS) effective today. The BEAMS system is the premiere alert system for Windows computers in a network environment. BEAMS competitive advantage is that it can instantly display a large, full-screen, noticeable, flashing, attention-getting alert message on all computers even if no one is logged-on or otherwise actively using the computer.
The new price restructuring is effective January 17, 2013 through February 28, 2013. During this time, licenses for the BEAMS system will be a flat rate of $2499 (US) for qualifying educational institutions. This price includes 500 client access licenses and the first-year of product updates.
“We feel that this price point combined with additional client access licenses will enable more schools to get equipped with emergency alerting software to help their communities when notifications need to be sent out quickly, for whatever the reason,” said Blaser Software’s President and CEO, Beau Blaser. “Emergency communication software is only part of an effective crisis preparedness strategy, but if our company can help people by equipping them with the tools they are lacking, then we need to do what we can to make it happen.”
A fully-functional trial of the BEAMS system, which supports up to 50 clients, can download immediately from http://www.blaser.us/
About Blaser Software
Blaser Software is a computer software company based in Pittsburgh, PA. It specializes in unique software and communication technologies that keep school communities safe and connected. The company’s flagship software package, BEAMS, is a mass notification system that enables communication of critical information to thousands of people anywhere, anytime, on Windows workstations, mobile telephones, and via social media outlets. This affords better crisis communications, emergency management, business continuity, and disaster recovery. The BEAMS system is in use by government, education and private businesses in the United States and in other countries.
For more information, please visit http://www.blaser.us/