Jennifer Burns

Jennifer Burns

Director, Product Marketing, Marketing Jennifer is the Director of the Global Product Marketing team at Tangoe. With over 15 years’ experience in marketing and telecom, Jennifer brings a unique perspective on fixed and mobile connections. A lifelong ‘Jersey Girl’, Jennifer resides in Ramsey, New Jersey with her twin daughters and husband and has a passion for Down Syndrome education.

Recent Posts

Tangoe LIVE 2017: Registration and Call for Speakers Now Open

By Jennifer Burns / January 16, 2017

Join us at this year’s Tangoe LIVE, our annual client user conference! From April 30 – May 3, you will have a chance to come together with Tangoe clients and partners from around the world to engage with industry experts and colleagues on many topics such as telecom, mobility, IT, cloud, the FCC, and regulatory […]

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Tangoe’s Mike Niziolek Explains What Businesses Can Do to Offset Higher Costs in Mobile Technology

By Jennifer Burns / September 13, 2016

Despite one of the hottest summers on record, Tangoe stayed cool and continued developing new technologies and sharing its research, expertise, and knowledge with the industry. One of our VPs of Professional Services, Mike Niziolek, has been making appearances across the country these past months discussing some of the latest trends that are transforming the […]

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The Machine to Machine Perfect Storm

By Jennifer Burns / June 5, 2015

May of 2015 marked the month that the Machine to Machine communications entered a phase of exponential growth. Is your enterprise prepared for more devices, more connections, and a plethora of business transformation opportunities related to the Internet of Things? We witness major changes in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) supply chain landscape in […]

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Why Telecom Expense Management Isn’t Dead

By Jennifer Burns / December 1, 2014

While some may argue that chivalry, rock n’ roll, and even print media are all dead, I can tell you one thing for sure: telecom expense management (TEM) isn’t. According to a recent report from analyst firm Markets and Markets, “The [TEM] market is projected to grow from $1.14 billion in 2014 to worth $3.43 billion by […]

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