August 20, 2019
Supporting an increasingly mobile workforce demands an approach to enterprise mobility that simplifies the user experience.
Lessons learned for deploying mobile communications will be a focus of Cavell Group's Cloud Comms Summit in Washington DC next month.
Don't miss our VP of Sales Pamela Strong, who will be sharing details on how maximize mobile workforce productivity as part of a panel presentation.
Matthew Townend, Director of Research & Consulting for Cavell Group, will moderate the panel session on Strategies to serve an increasingly mobile workforce:
As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, providers and vendors are creating products, solutions and strategies to provide a common experience across any device and in any location. We will be looking at some key examples as this panel will be presenting the opportunity to learn from a few interesting new approaches.
The Cloud Comms Summit will take place at the Lansdowne Resort & Spa, just outside Washington DC, on September 11-12.
It will feature service providers and suppliers from across the industry to explore the evolution of cloud-based communications.
One of the most rapidly evolving areas of cloud communications is the extension of these services to mobile devices used by distributed workforces.
For example, our Mobile-X service has captured industry attention for enabling seamless delivery of Mobile UC to enterprise users on the go.
The innovation led Channel Partners magazine to name Tango Networks as a UC-as-a-service (UCaaS) provider to watch for the second year in a row.
Our Mobile-X solution also won accolades from CIO Applications Europe magazine, which designate the company a Top 10 Enterprise Mobility Solution Provider.
We also recently introduced an offering for Communication Service Providers to easily bundle Mobile-X into their business communications service portfolios.
Mobile-X from Tango Networks harnesses next-generation fixed mobile convergence technologies for better mobile communications for the distributed workforce. Now workers anywhere can have seamless corporate communications, including Mobile Unified Communications, work-from-home, remote worker, teleworker, telecommuting, connected worker and business continuity programs.