Tango Networks

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Tango Networks provides communications solutions for enterprise organizations and carriers. The Company offers Kinetic Communications Platform, a unified communications solution, which connects mobile phones through a wireless network with PBX/unified communications system. Its voice and data networking solutions integrate mobile phones into the corporate enterprise that enable any mobile phone to become an extension of the enterprise unified communications or PBX network. 

HQFrisco, TX, US
Employee Ratings3.8

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Employees (est.) (Mar 2021)52(+4%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Tango Networks

Douglas J. Bartek

Douglas J. Bartek

Principal, CAF Capital Partners LLC
Andrew Silver

Andrew Silver

Co-Founder, CTO & CISO
Shravan Gaddam

Shravan Gaddam

Chief Product Officer
Andrew Bale

Andrew Bale

General Manager, Cloud Services
Adam Boone

Adam Boone

Consultant- Vice President of Marketing, Strategic Planning
Tara Hurley

Tara Hurley

Vice President Finance & Controller
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Tango Networks Office Locations

Tango Networks has offices in Frisco, Bengaluru and Leeds
Frisco, TX, US (HQ)
2801 Network Blvd #200
Bengaluru, IN
2rd Floor, Vaswani Victoria, 30, Thyagi M Palanivelu Rd, Xavier Layout, Victoria Layout
Leeds, GB
2 Wellington Pl
Leeds, GB
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Tango Networks Financials and Metrics

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Tango Networks total Funding

$37.5 m

Tango Networks latest funding size

$2.20 m

Time since last funding

9 years ago

Tango Networks investors

Tango Networks's latest funding round in April 2012 was reported to be $2.2 m. In total, Tango Networks has raised $37.5 m
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Tango Networks Online and Social Media Presence

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Tango Networks Blogs

Going ‘Mobile First’ with Communications Drives IT Efficiencies

IT managers in businesses have faced a “perfect storm” of challenges in the past year. As the pandemic disrupted operations, IT leaders were tasked with figuring out how to support a suddenly distributed workforce.  Virtually overnight companies of all shapes and sizes went from l…

The ‘Disappearing Message’ Conundrum: Challenges to Compliant Mobile Communications

Mobile workers using simple self-destructing messaging functions in popular apps could ignite major legal repercussions for businesses with required regulatory recording and archiving.  But as the remote working trend continues to rise – as well as now universal use of mobile phones for…

Case Study: Food Manufacturer Goes 'Mobile First' Yielding Massive Productivity Boost

Mobile Devices may be the most important tool a company has to create seamless distributed workforce communications that can not only cut communications costs but also dramatically boost productivity. Consider the example of a leading U.S. food manufacturer. This company, with three rap…

Mobile Unified Communications: the Distributed Workforce can 'Work-from-Anywhere'

The trend everyone has been talking about for the past year - the transition to work-from-home programs - is now underscored by new evidence. Indeed.com, a career services website, reports that the number of job listings that mention "remote work," "telecommute" or "working from home" h…

Say hello to hybrid: how mobile communications enable our new workstyles

Hybrid work models are here to stay. You don’t need to  study workplace trends to see  one lasting aftermath of the pandemic is that employers will likely permit employees to adopt ”hybrid” work - performing their jobs part of the time from home and part from an office or other location…

Tango Networks Wins Remote Work Pioneer Award for Mobile Unified Communications Solution

Our Mobile-X service has won an award recognizing it as a breakthrough solution for Mobile Unified Communications, and programs for working from home, remote worker, teleworker, telecommuting, connected worker and business continuity.  TMC, a global, integrated media company, granted Ta…
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Tango Networks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Tango Networks founded?

    Tango Networks was founded in 2005.

  • Who are Tango Networks key executives?

    Tango Networks's key executives are Douglas J. Bartek, Andrew Silver and Shravan Gaddam.

  • How many employees does Tango Networks have?

    Tango Networks has 52 employees.

  • Who are Tango Networks competitors?

    Competitors of Tango Networks include Wildix, Sensys Networks and Vopium.

  • Where is Tango Networks headquarters?

    Tango Networks headquarters is located at 2801 Network Blvd #200, Frisco.

  • Where are Tango Networks offices?

    Tango Networks has offices in Frisco, Bengaluru and Leeds.

  • How many offices does Tango Networks have?

    Tango Networks has 4 offices.