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Rhea County Tennessee 911 Successfully Deploys ZETRON 911 Phone System

Jun 22 2015

June 22, 2015:  GeoConex® Corporation assisted Rhea County 911 with the replacement of their aging phone system with a Zetron MAX Call-Taking Next Generation 9-1-1 telecommunications system.  GeoConex® is an authorized dealer for Zetron mission-critical communications solutions.  Rhea County and GeoConex® have been partners since 2010 when they purchased new CAD and mapped ALI systems. 

The Zetron MAX CT offers a full range of features and functionality including: intelligent user interface, automatic call recovery, low power consumption, high reliability and cost-effective scalability, digital end-to-end IP, and remote access and maintenance. 

With the phone system upgrade and existing CAD system, Rhea County’s 911 Director, Shane Clark “has been very pleased with service” they have received. The Director went further to say, “not only do we consider GeoConex® and all their staff a partner, we consider them our friends. Having a partner like GeoConex® on-call 24x7 means a lot to us and reassures that when a situation comes up we know they are there to support us.” 

GeoConex® Corporation (www.geoconex.com) has been serving the public safety industry since 2001.  GeoConex® is a leading developer and integrator of public-safety and Homeland Security systems.  GeoConex® provides comprehensive and integrated services to government agencies in municipalities, counties, and states.

GeoConex®’s 911 integrated technology was planned by a talented team that represents over 200 years of combined experience.  To address the complex demands of modern public-safety and Homeland Security entities, GeoConex® works with a variety of software and hardware vendors to provide each customer with the best solution to fit their needs.  GeoConex® offers a wide range of software solutions including Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Mobile CAD, database management, jail management, records management, addressing, GIS data collection, mapped ALI, and mapping.