Tango Networks wins 2020 Mobile Breakthrough Award

Tango Networks has been selected as winner of the “Unified Communications Solution Provider of the Year” award in the fourth annual Mobile Breakthrough Awards. Mobile Breakthrough is an independent market intelligence organisation that recognises companies, technologies and products in the global wireless and mobile market.

The company’s Mobile-X service gives companies real-time native control over voice, messaging and data communications used by employees on mobile phones. This means mobile communications can be directly managed by a company’s IT team in a similar way to landline communications.

“In today’s new world of remote-first business, Mobile-X is now the communications service of choice for many companies operating mobile unified communications, teleworking, remote working, work-from-home and business continuity programs,” said Doug Bartek, CEO of Tango Networks (pictured). “Mobile-X turns any mobile phone into a fully featured extension of a company’s UC platform, as if the user were carrying a complete desk-phone in the mobile device. For the IT manager, it’s like having your own global private mobile network. We are thrilled to receive this industry recognition for our turnkey service that mobile-enables any corporate phone system with native mobile communications integration.”

With Mobile-X, users can use the native dialler they know and prefer to perform call-forwarding, conferencing, hold and other key communications functions, such as placing calls from their business numbers and ID, not some random personal number, and recording calls without any special steps. A cloud-based control plane enables company IT teams to set and enforce policies for any corporate users’ mobile communications for the industry’s most advanced fixed-mobile convergence.

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Charlotte is the editor of Comms Business and writes content to inform and educate the Channel about the latest technology and business developments from across the industry. Prior to her current role, she wrote for other MA Business titles New Electronics, Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today. Before moving into journalism, she spent five years working in public relations and has worked with various technology companies spanning telecommunications, cyber security and software development.

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