Zetron celebrates 40 years serving mission critical communications customers around the globe

Source: Zetron

Zetron, a global leader in integrated mission critical communications technology, today announced the company’s milestone 40th anniversary of providing communications solutions to customers in public safety, transportation, utilities, and other markets. Zetron was founded in November of 1980, by Milt Zeutschel and John Reece as a small regional paging business. The company has since become a recognized leader in quality and interoperability for mission critical communications systems and services, maintaining a worldwide customer base and a comprehensive portfolio of innovative solutions used to serve hundreds of millions of people.

Over four decades, Zetron has led innovation in various industries with a number of firsts, including launching paging products for volunteer fire departments in 1981; bringing the first user programmable microprocessor-based radio dispatch console to market in 1987; the first public safety company to manufacture both radio dispatch and 9-1-1 call taking solutions in 1996; and being the first vendor to support the P25 CSSI in 2007.

“Zetron was founded in 1980 as a small business committed to providing high quality solutions and extraordinary customer service,” said Brent Dippie, President and CEO of Zetron. “After 40 years our most significant accomplishment and sincere privilege has been relentlessly serving and earning the enduring trust of customer organizations where coordinated communications are the heartbeat of critical operations and services.”