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Tangoe Launches the “Hot Topics in TEM” Webinar Series

Release date: 4/30/2008

ORANGE, Conn., April 30, 2008 ? Tangoe, Inc., a leading global provider of enterprise communications lifecycle management software and technology-enabled services, today announced that it is producing and hosting a series of three free webinars examining a trio of the hottest topics dominating the fixed and mobile telecommunications arena today. Beginning in May, the ?Hot Topics in TEM Webinar Series? will feature expert analysis of latest telecom industry trends, and examine how recent changes in the communications landscape can provide opportunities for savings as well as strategic and tactical tips for improving TEM processes.?We?re taking a ?ripped from the headlines? approach to this first series of 2008 Tangoe webinars,? said Jacques Wagemaker, director of marketing for Tangoe. ?Current topics such as flat rate plans, carrier non-disclosure agreements, and mobile policy management have been garnering a lot of recent press and are talked about frequently within the TEM space. Tangoe?s goal is to distill those news headlines down to the bottom-line facts and deliver tangible information that helps companies better manage fixed and mobile communications resources and their costs?The ?Hot Topics in TEM Webinar? series begins Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 1:00pm eastern standard time with ?Flat Rate Plans in the Enterprise: Will They Work for You?? The second webinar in the series, ?Approach with Caution: New ?Gotcha?s in Carrier Commitments? will take place Thursday, June 26, 2008 at 1:00pm. The final installment in the series, ?Top Tips for Maximizing Mobile Policy Management,? will be held Thursday, July 24, 2008 at 1:00pm. Anyone can register for these free educational webinars at Tangoe also plans to make recorded versions of these webinars available following the initial live dates. Space is limited for the live events, which offer the opportunity to ask questions of the presenters in real time. Those interested in attending should register early.

About Tangoe
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.

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