Tango Networks Releases New Cloud Based Mobile Unified Communication Service
Tango Networks has unveiled the Abrazo Cloud Services suite of applications that covers the full suite of mobile enhancing products from Tango Networks.
Backed by Tango Network’s unique federated architecture, the new suite supports mobile application delivery from the network or cloud instead of on the devices themselves. The federated architecture allows for the partial or total delivery or all Abrazo Cloud Services and is designed to add new applications as they are developed.
The new Abrazo Cloud Services suite is particularly aimed at small and medium sized businesses to enable them to take benefit of mobile unified communications, the Abrazo Responsible Driving Solution, business continuity, and mobile business services, such as Abrazo Call Screening, Abrazo Find-Me, Abrazo Second Line, and Abbreviated (Enterprise) Dial Plan without any on-site equipment or software.
In addition, the Abrazo Cloud Services are easily configurable and expandable, enabling businesses to quickly deploy and scale their solutions as needed.
“The Abrazo Cloud Services will allow service providers to economically address small to medium business segment of the mobile UC market by extending a business’s PBX or providing PBX-like functionality to any mobile phone.” explained Alastair Westgarth President and CEO of Tango Networks. “With the flexible deployment options of Abrazo Cloud Services SMBs with highly mobile employees will now enjoy the same mobile UC benefits as larger enterprises.”
Abrazo Cloud Services even offers the desk set avoidance for highly mobile workers and allows these workers to have total mobility while still having the benefits of unified communications.
“We are seeing an increasing number of businesses adopting mobile only communications for some portion or all of their employees.” said Bill Young, Director of Marketing for Tango Networks.
According to Young, Abrazo Cloud Services gives small to medium businesses a strong ROI to move to mobile UC replacement of desk sets.
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Edited by Rich Steeves