TCC joins Zetron Collective Brilliance program
By joining the program, TCC is able to market, distribute and service Zetron’s full suite of command and control solutions for transportation and public safety organisations.
TCC is headquartered in Woodridge, Illinois, with more than 50 employees spread across its nine sales and services locations across the Midwest region of the United States. Over its 72-year history, TCC has become an established leader in the traffic and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) business, with the largest inventory of products, widest solution delivery and servicing footprint, and most robust traffic systems customer base in the region.
“Transportation is one of Zetron’s fastest-growing command and control markets in the US and internationally, so we’re excited to welcome TCC to the Collective Brilliance program and look forward to leveraging their subject matter expertise and industry-leading customer service to represent Zetron solutions throughout the Midwest,” said Scott French, Zetron Vice President and General Manager, Americas.
Mission-critical command and control systems are an important part of the information technology ecosystem of many of the transportation and public safety customers TCC is already servicing today.
“Digital transformation is constantly changing the traffic and transportation systems landscape,” said Joe Spedale, TCC Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
“Joining with Zetron enables TCC to bring world-class command and control capabilities to our customers, many of which we know are operationally constrained by the legacy communications technologies they’re making due with today. So the Zetron mission-critical communications suite is a fantastic fit for TCC and our market.”
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