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Tango Networks développe ses ventes au niveau internationale

Tango Networks, leader technologique permettant aux entreprises d'incorporer la puissance de la solution Mobile Unified Communications à tout téléphone mobile, a annoncé aujourd'hui un renforcement majeur de son équipe dirigeante avec l'arrivée de Gilles Allain au poste de senior vice-président en charge des ventes internationales. M. Allain dirigera l'équipe internationale de Tango dans le but de développer de nouvelles opportunités auprès des principaux opérateurs de téléphonie mobile et des entreprises, de faire fructifier les clients existants ainsi que de mettre en place les partenariats stratégiques et les circuits de commercialisation.

« Tango Networks se réjouit d'accueillir Gilles Allain au sein de notre équipe », déclare Brenda Boehm, présidente-directrice générale de Tango Networks. « Son expérience, ses relations et ses compétences en matière d'encadrement guideront notre équipe de ventes internationales à mesure que nous continuons à développer notre présence mondiale. »

À travers toute l'Europe, le Moyen-Orient et l'Asie, les opérateurs de téléphonie mobile déploient des efforts importants en direction du marché des entreprises, attirant de grandes sociétés et des petites et moyennes entreprises grâce à divers services, y compris en Mobile Unified Communications (Mobile UC) – et pour cela ils ont besoin des fonctionnalités tout à fait uniques de Tango pour renforcer la compétitivité des entreprises et accroître leur valeur ajoutée. Des opérateurs européens de premier plan utilisent déjà la technologie de Tango intégrant leurs réseaux mobiles aux systèmes de téléphonie d'entreprise afin de livrer les services d'avant-garde de Mobile UC.

« Je me réjouis à la perspective d'offrir la solution Mobile Unified Communications de Tango, qui a fait ses preuves, aux opérateurs majeurs dans le monde entier », déclare M. Allain. « Nos partenariats avec des fournisseurs d'infrastructure télécom et des revendeurs à valeur ajoutée pour entreprises contribueront fortement à l'acquisition de nouveaux clients en leur donnant les moyens d'augmenter leur part du marché entreprise et leur chiffre d'affaires. »

M. Allain a à son actif plus de 20 ans d'expérience d'encadrement commercial international dans le secteur des télécommunications mobiles, couvrant les domaines des coeurs de réseaux et des réseaux radio, des logiciels embarqués, des terminaux et applications mobiles. Avant de rejoindre Tango Networks, il était vice-président des ventes mondiales chez BroadHop, et a exercé des fonctions dirigeantes chez Cellon, Symbian et Nokia Networks. M. Allain a commencé sa carrière en R&D chez Ericsson. Il est titulaire d'un diplôme d'ingénieur en génie électrique de l'INSA (France), d'un MBA de l'IAE de Paris (Sorbonne Graduate Business School), et est ancien élève de l'IMD (Lausanne, Suisse).

À propos de Tango Networks

Tango Networks transforme tout téléphone mobile en un téléphone de bureau pour entreprise. Notre technologie connecte en toute sécurité l'infrastructure de téléphonie IP d'une entreprise au réseau mobile pour permettre aux utilisateurs d'accéder aux applications et capacités de Mobile Unified Communications les plus avancées sur le marché. Avec Tango, les utilisateurs d'entreprise peuvent utiliser les fonctionnalités riches de Unified Communications et du PBX à partir de leur téléphone de bureau sur tout appareil mobile, tels que la messagerie vocale intégrée, la numérotation courte, l'enregistrement d'appels mobiles et la présence mobile, tout en bénéficiant également de notre suite complète d'applications. Au nombre des clients de Tango figurent des opérateurs mobiles de premier plan en Amérique du Nord et en Europe, ainsi qu'une base à croissance rapide de clients provenant d'entreprises et d'administrations publiques du monde entier. Pour en savoir plus sur Tango Networks, veuillez consulter www.tango-networks.com ou suivre Tango sur Twitter à http://twitter.com/tangonetworks.

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