May 13, 2013
LOGAN, Utah, May 13 — This year Juniper Systems is celebrating its 20th year in business. Founded in 1993 by Ron Campbell, the company continues to be operated by members of the Campbell family. Ron’s son, Rob Campbell, has served as president of Juniper Systems since 2001.
“Since joining Juniper Systems 19 years ago, I have loved seeing the growth and evolution of the company from its early beginnings to where it is today,” said Rob Campbell, now president and CEO of Juniper Systems. “From day one, my dad strove to build a company that delivered exceptional products and great customer service, while providing a great work environment for its employees. This desire has really shaped our culture here at Juniper, and we still focus on those things every day.”
Juniper Systems’ rugged handheld computers are evidence of their pursuit of quality. Each rugged handheld has an IP67 rating for dust and water and is tested to MIL-STD for water, humidity, sand and dust, vibration, altitude, shock, and temperature. Juniper Systems’ care for its 100+ employees has also led to positive outcomes. The company recently received the Cache Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneurial Success Award and has twice been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Utah by The Mountain West Venture Group of Utah.
“We’ve got our sights set on the future,” continued Campbell. “We’re building an enduring company that will be around to provide reliable rugged data collection solutions to our customers for many years to come.”
About Juniper Systems
Based out of Logan, UT, Juniper Systems designs and manufactures rugged handheld computers for mobile data collection in extreme environments. Since 1993, Juniper Systems has provided innovative mobile technology to geomatics, agriculture, natural resources, industrial, public works, and military markets.
Source: Juniper Systems
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