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Tango forms partnership with BlackBerry

Tango forms partnership with BlackBerry 

The Tango Networks solution is now a part of BlackBerry’s Enterprise ISV reseller program and is available directly from BlackBerry and its reseller network.

The portfolio
Tango’s products provide an enhanced mobile unified communications portfolio that delivers desk phone capabilities to BlackBerry 10, iOS and Android smartphones. Some to note are integration of mobile UC with UC/PBX platforms from Avaya/Nortel, Cisco, Microsoft Lync, Mitel/Aastra and Unify as well as enforceable mobile call recording integrated with call recording platforms from ASC, NICE, Oracle, and Verint. There is also wireless business continuity to maintain communications during outages, and SIP trunking with UC/PBX platforms.

Users can answer corporate phone calls on their mobile devices and access conferencing, call controls and extension dialing without tethering to their desk phones, which gives them much needed flexibility and productivity. It can also integrate with third-party recording solutions to record calls anchored in the PBX so that organizations can comply with government/regulatory requirements.

“We are impressed with Tango Networks’ technology and solutions, as they complement BlackBerry’s strategy of creating an enterprise-grade ecosystem that provides a highly productive end-user experience,” said Peter Ng, senior director of global alliances and business Development at BlackBerry, in a press release.

“Tango Networks’ portfolio of solutions positions BlackBerry to help meet the diverse needs of highly mobile workforces, whether they come from small businesses or large enterprises,” shared Al Leo, Senior Vice President Sales – Americas at Tango Networks, in a press release. “Our market-leading application portfolio provides the seamless mobility end-users require to effectively conduct business.”

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