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Tangoe Inc. Partners with Latin American Supply Chain Leader

Release date: 12/10/2007

Partnership with Webb brings comprehensive communications lifecycle managementsolution to leading Latin American corporations

ORANGE, Conn., December 10, 2007 — Tangoe, Inc., aleading global provider of enterprise communications lifecycle managementsoftware and technology-driven services, today announced that it has partneredwith Brazil-based Webb, a procurement and logistics solution provider. Under the agreement, Webb will utilize Tangoe’sCommCare Management Platform (CMP) software to provide its clients withcomprehensive Telecom Expense Management (TEM) managed service solutions thatencompass a comprehensive array of enterprise-wide fixed and mobile communicationsprocesses.The partnership is expected to further fuel Tangoe’sexpansion in the Latin American market, particularly in Brazil and Mexico.


Providing a flexible and scalable technology foundationthat spans a complete range of integrated communications management processes,Tangoe’s patented technologies provide companies with increased visibilityinto, and control of, their fixed and mobile communications spend—often thethird largest expense within an organization. Customers typically experience significantannual savings of up to 30 percent and gain unprecedented understanding andcontrol of their communications assets.

As a premier provider of procurement and logisticsservices to the Latin American market, Webb powers multi-billion dollarprocurement platforms for its corporate clients around the world. Using Tangoetechnologies, Webb is able to deliver technology-based solutions to some of theregion’s largest multi-national companies for a full range of communicationlifecycle needs including: invoice processing, device and services procurement,carrier contract management, inventory management, bill auditing, and reportingand analysis.

“Our clients are corporations in the consumerpackaged goods, manufacturing, natural resources, and services industries withan average annual revenue exceeding $150 million U.S. dollars. While theirbusinesses are diverse, most of them share a common problem: inefficientmanagement of their communications assets and spend,” said Isabel Capistrano,marketing manager for Webb. “With Tangoe’s technology platform, we can provideclients with scalable telecom managed services solutions, giving them theability to manage their communications costs, improve internal processes, andincrease operational efficiencies. Our partnership with Tangoe provides anotherpowerful resource to deliver even more value to our current customers as wellas to expand our market share in the Latin American market.”

“Webb has relationships with over 30 percent ofLatin America’s largest companies and a strong presence in Mexico, making this animportant strategic partnership for Tangoe as we continue to expand outside ofNorth America,” said Al Rossini, senior vicepresident of global sales and marketing at Tangoe. “Our partnershipreflects the urgent need among corporations across the globe to move beyond currentdisparate manual telecom systems to new tightly integrated and automatedcommunication management solutions. Webb’s stellar reputation and its uniqueposition as the leading supply chain management company in the region will fuelour continued growth and extend our global market presence.”

About Webb

With a complete portfolio ofprocurement and logistics secured by high technology, Webb works in partnershipwith its customers in the execution and maintenance of Supply Chain activities,offering customized services to meet the specific needs of each individualproject and allocates the appropriate resources in order to guarantee a highrate of return. Through its competitive operational model which has at its corea global operational delivery center, regional service centers, as well as anoptimized local presence, Webb is capable of offering scale gains and deliveringfast and efficient results to its customers in any part of the globe. Today,Webb has a global presence in more than 30 cities in 22 countries.

About Tangoe

Tangoe, Inc., a global leader in telecommunicationslifecycle solutions, provides software and technology-driven services thatenable global organizations to procure, manage, and control their fixed,mobile, and converged communications assets and their costs. Tangoe’s softwareand service solutions are built upon patented technologies that enable dramaticcost reductions and process efficiencies which significantly contribute toorganizational profitability. Global 2000 organizations worldwide depend onTangoe solutions to more effectively manage their telecommunications processes.In 2007, Tangoe was named No. 149 on the Entrepreneur Hot 500 ranking ofAmerica’s fastest growing companies and was named the fifth fastest growingConnecticut technology company in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Tangoe hasoffices in Orange, Connecticut, Austin, Texas, and Hoboken, New Jersey. Tangoeprovides solutions in the United States through direct and partner saleschannels, and internationally through a global network of certified businesspartners.

Additional information about Tangoe, its CommCare services, patentedtechnologies, and business partners can be found at, or requested via e-mail, or by calling (203)859.9300.

Tangoe is a registered trademark and CommCare is a trademark of Tangoe, Inc.


Thispress release contains forward-looking statements that involve substantialuncertainties and risks. These forward-looking statements are based upon ourcurrent expectations, estimates and projections about our business and ourindustry, and that reflect our beliefs and assumptions based upon informationavailable to us at the date of this letter. We caution readers thatforward-looking statements are predictions based on our current expectationsabout future events. These forward-looking statements are not guarantees offuture performance and are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions thatare difficult to predict. Our actual results, performance or achievements coulddiffer materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-lookingstatements as a result of a number of factors, including but not limited to,changes in: economic conditions generally, changes in technology, legislativeor regulatory changes that affect us, the availability of working capital,changes in costs and the availability of goods and services, the introductionof competing products, changes in our operating strategy or development plans,our ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, and changes in ouracquisition and capital expenditure plans.