July 23, 2014 12:29 PM ET

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Company Overview of Tango Networks, Inc.

Company Overview

Tango Networks, Inc. provides mobile unified communications solutions. It offers Abrazo, a hardware/software solution that connects any mobile phone, through any wireless network, with any enterprise PBX or unified communications solution; and Abrazo-RD that enables safe driving service providers to manage and control calling, texting, and Web browsing when a target user is in a moving vehicle. The company also provides SIP Trunking Controller, a solution that delivers a migration path for any enterprise with any PBX or IP-PBX to unified communications and fixed mobile convergence; and Small Cell Connect, a solution that extends enterprise unified communications applications and services to ...

5465 Legacy Drive

Suite 550

Plano, TX 75024-3106

United States

Founded in 2005

Phone:

469-229-6000

Fax:

469-467-9840

Key Executives for Tango Networks, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder
Age: 64
Co-Founder
Controller
Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Tango Networks, Inc. Key Developments

Fonetic Announces Partnership with Tango Networks

Fonetic announced a partnership with Tango Networks. The partnership sees Fonetic's speech analytics solution for fast and accurate trade analysis, full trade reconstruction, pro-active anti-fraud alerts and risk management, brought together with Tango Networks's Mobile Recording Application, which enables secure transactions, sharing of critical information, and customer relations calls to be securely and reliably recorded over a mobile phone. Tango Networks' policy management system allows the enterprise IT team to establish when to record and who to record. By using sophisticated category and topic database searching, a process unmatched by competitors, Fonetic is able to find the calls where the traders have omitted words essential to closing a legal transaction and alert compliance teams to the concern.

Tango Networks Introduces Business Messaging Service

Tango Networks announced the availability of its Business Messaging Service. Tango Networks' Business Messaging Service provides enterprise grade messaging connected to employees' existing office numbers (DIDs). With access to the global SMS network, employees can now put one number on their business cards, and that single business number becomes the main point of contact for voice and messaging with customers and colleagues. Tango Networks' Business Messaging Service is cloud-based and available to businesses of all sizes without installing anything in your network. Business Messaging securely stores messages in an encrypted format that can be made available on request for regulatory compliance.

Tango Networks Announces the General Availability of its Mobility Enhanced SIP Trunking Controller

Tango Networks announced the general availability of its mobility enhanced SIP Trunking Controller (STC). The mobility enhancements extend corporate Direct Inward Dial (DID) numbers to mobile phones, enabling both Mobile Voice calling and Mobile SMS texting to and from the end user’s corporate number. This capability enables users to maintain both their personal and business identities without the need to carry multiple devices. Tango Networks’ network based policy engine provides for automatic identity management based on preset criteria including calling/called party, time of day, day of week, while a per-call identity override enables users to explicitly select the identity they wish to present on a per call basis. Tango Networks’ SIP Trunking Controller connects together UC/PBX systems from a wide variety of vendors as well as with PSTN Service Providers. By hosting one of the most comprehensive UC/PBX vendor interoperability test environments in the industry, Tango Networks provides certified integration with all leading UC/PBX platforms, greatly simplifying the installation process. By maintaining on-going qualifications with the UC/PBX vendors, Tango Networks provides out-of-the-box interoperability for both current and past releases of each UC/PBX system, as well as maintaining that interoperability as UC/PBX platforms are upgraded over time. The SIP Trunking Controller is a pure software application, enabling enterprises to deploy on the hardware platform of their choice or within a virtualized environment. With a simple web-based interface for administration, IT administrators have a simple, centralized portal to manage their SIP Trunking needs. Other features such as centralized dial plan, access control, business continuity, and built-in active/active redundancy with load distribution provide full enterprise grade reliability for SIP Trunking suitable for any size enterprise.

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