We're excited to announce our expanded partnership with Gamma to bring a new generation of enterprise mobile solutions to market.
Tango Networks has acquired Simetric Telecom, creating global enterprise mobile communications solution provider
The acquisition creates a groundbreaking portfolio of global mobile communications solutions uniquely focused on the mobility needs of today’s distributed enterprises. The company also has announced key partnerships with Gamma and ASC for the combined...
The smartphone revolution accelerates as ‘mobile first’ enterprises empower their distributed workforces
Because of his passion for innovation, Tango Networks’ CEO & Co-founder Doug Bartek has been named one of the 10 Most Admired CEOs to Watch in 2018 by Insights Success Magazine.
See the article here, describing Doug's track record of exceptional leadership that has led to the groundbreaking enterprise mobility solutions now available from Tango Networks.
“Mobile First” is gaining more traction as the new mode of communications for enterprises.
Customers have a widening set of choices for communicating with companies.
We’re excited at Tango Networks to be joined by Lee Essex, a longtime telecom industry veteran and expert in enterprise mobility technologies based in the UK.
The telecoms and mobility markets so far in 2018 have been deluged with"mobile UC as a service" (mUCaaS) types of offerings from virtually every quarter. Enterprise markets are primed for mobile network operators who can offer new services that solve genuine enterprise business problems by bundling mobility with UC.
To be competitive in today’s business world, mobility is a must.
Employees on the go need to be always reachable, so deals and transactions go through, and your company can respond to new opportunities at lightning speed.
More and more healthcare practitioners and patients are warming up to telehealth.
An article in The Wall Street Journal describes the revolution in medicine being brought about by ubiquitous smartphones, video applications and other communications technology. More than 15 million Americans took part in some form of remote medical consultation in 2015, according to the article.
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