27 November 2012

Tangoe Opens New Offices in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia

- Offices will operate as in-region support centers for CLM solutions
- Existing Asia Pacific operations support office in Kunshan, China

Sydney, Australia - 27 November 2012 - Tangoe, Inc., a leading global provider of Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM) software and services, today announced the opening of its offices in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. These offices will operate as Tangoe’s in-region support centers for the expansion of Communications Lifecycle Management solutions into the Asia Pacific Region. 

The global demand for communications lifecycle management solutions continues to grow and we are excited to open additional offices within the Asia Pacific region to further support the needs of our current and future regional customer base,” said Gareth Parker, VP Asia Pacific, Tangoe. “Tangoe continues to expand its reach into progressive international markets enabling enterprises to increase control, improve visibility and reduce costs of their fixed and mobile communications. Our continued expansion in this region validates Tangoe’s ability to help enterprises manage the growth of mobile computing devices and the increasingly complex and critical role of both fixed and mobile communications in the enterprise.” 

Tangoe operates more than 85 communications invoice receipt centers and 15 operations centers around the globe. In addition, Tangoe’s solutions interface with more than 1,700 global carriers in all global monetary currencies. These two new offices are in addition to Tangoe’s existing Asia Pacific operations support office located Kunshan, China that currently retains more than 170 employees. 

Tangoe (NASDAQ: TNGO) is a leading global provider of Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM) software and services to a wide range of global enterprises. Founded in 2000, Tangoe is headquartered in Orange, Connecticut. Tangoe operates operation centers around the globe, including international offices in Amsterdam, Netherlands and Kunshan, China. 

Source: Tangoe