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The Power of Native Mobile Communications: when Talking on the Phone is a Killer App

Posted by Philip Hesketh, Head of Channels EMEA
August 14, 2020

We can all be fast-fingered with messages using applications on social channels, but at some point, we do need to speak to someone.Consider the ways that we communicate in sales.

If you are in the business of selling communications services to business customers, you know that a voice call is still often the "killer app" for our communications platforms. Nothing can close a deal more...

Reseller Webinar: Top Questions About the Mobile-X Communications Service

The new generation of business mobile communications was the focus of our recent webinar with Comms Business Magazine.

The webinar described how channel partners are unlocking new revenue streams and bringing sticky new service to market using our Mobile-X service.

If you missed it, you can view the replay of the webinar on-demand here: ...

New research: Why 94% of users Ignore Mobile UC Apps for calling

The verdict is in, and it's not good for the future of Mobile Unified Communications phone apps.

It turns out that 19 out of 20 employees don't use their companies' authorized mobile phone UC apps to make voice calls, according to new research this week from Nemertes Research.

Why Native Mobile Services Are Winning: New research and webinar

Just how much do business users hate the experience of common Mobile UC apps?

So much that only 5.7% of business users will make voice calls using the apps authorized by their IT departments, according to research just released by Nemertes. 

Why is usage so low? Because the native mobile experience is strongly preferred, the research found.

How channel partners can deliver such a native mobile...

Nemertes Research: Achieving Mobile UC Success

Despite the widespread adoption of mobile unified communications applications over the last several years, the true promise of using UC on mobile devices to generate gains in productivity, revenue, and to achieve cost savings often remains unfulfilled.

Nemertes Research’s 2020 global study of more than 525 organizations found that nearly 24.4% of participants had deployed mobile UC...

Next-Generation Business-Class Mobile Communications Launched for Business and Government Agencies By Atlantech Online

Posted by Tango Marketing
July 8, 2020

Mobile communications for business and government agencies are leaping to new level today.

Our partner, Atlantech Online, is launching atlantech|wireless, a unique Mobile Unified Communications service enabling businesses and government agencies to maximize the productivity of their distributed workforces.

Make Money with Mobile: Comms Business webinar highlights huge new revenue opportunities

Posted by Tango Marketing
July 3, 2020

Analysts report that 80% of business calls take place with at least one of the participants on a mobile phone.

Mobile communications are now the lifeblood of most businesses, expanding the reach of corporate communications and boosting productivity and responsiveness.

'It takes two to Tango': Channel Partners' Podcast Features Mobile-X

Posted by Tango Marketing
June 22, 2020

The Tango Networks Mobile-X service is a focus of the latest Channel Partners' Coffee with Craig and Kevin Podcast.

Podcast host Craig Galbraith and Kevin Morris interviewed Pamela Strong, Vice President of global channels at Tango Networks, to learn about Mobile-X.

Mobile-X is a turnkey mobile service that allows channel partners to expand their business service offerings to include mobile...

Ready to Make Money with Mobile? Join Our Comms Business Webinar To Learn How

Posted by Tango Marketing
June 19, 2020

Making money with mobile is the new business opportunity for communications and IT resellers. Our Mobile-X mobile communications service enables you to provide your customers with sticky new services they need in the new normal for remote teams.

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