Since signing a partnership agreement with Tangoe in 2007 to adopt Tangoe’s CommCare Management Platform (CMP) as its technology standard, Mobilit has worked with Tangoe on nine joint customers, signing four additional new deals in Q1 2008. A leading provider of telecom solutions in the key Brazilian market in Latin America, Mobilit manages more than US$120 million in annual telecom spend for some of the largest companies in the region, boasting an average client savings of approximately 35 percent of total annual spend.
“Clearly we’ve had an extremely successful partnership with Tangoe in the short period of time we’ve worked together and we’re excited to join Tangoe’s Worldview alliance to expand our relationship further,” said Duda Lemos, commercial director for Mobilit. “We understand the power of cooperation and collaboration for the benefit of all of the companies in the network of providers and look forward to contributing our over ten years of expertise working with some of the largest companies and carriers in our market.”“With the addition of Mobilit as a member partner in a key Latin American market, our Worldview alliance continues to grow and gain momentum in the global marketplace” commented Tangoe president and CEO Al Subbloie. “As our roster of WorldView providers continues to grow, we’ve seen a ‘network effect’, where the collective value created increases exponentially with each additional partner. In turn, this means is that our partners can create leverage each other’s expertise and, in so doing, create additional value for large multinational clients by expanding the scope of their TEM services and initiatives around the globe.”
Tangoe, Inc., a global leader in telecommunications lifecycle solutions, provides software and technology-driven services that enable global organizations to procure, manage, and control their fixed, mobile, and converged communications assets and their costs. Tangoe’s software and service solutions are built upon patented technologies that enable dramatic cost reductions and process efficiencies, which significantly contribute to organizational profitability. Global 2000 organizations worldwide depend on Tangoe solutions to more effectively manage their telecommunications processes. In 2007, Tangoe was named No. 149 on the Entrepreneur Hot 500 ranking of America’s fastest growing companies and was named the fifth fastest growing Connecticut technology company in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Tangoe has offices in Orange, Connecticut, Austin, Texas, and Hoboken, New Jersey. Tangoe provides solutions in the United States through direct and partner sales channels, and internationally through a global network of certified business partners. Additional information about Tangoe, its CommCare services, patented technologies, and business partners can be found at tangoe2016.wpengine.com, or requested via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling (203) 859.9300. Tangoe is a registered trademark and CommCare is a trademark of Tangoe, Inc.
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