Tango Telecom, the leading provider of real-time convergent charging and intelligent messaging software, recently announced the opening of its Latin America Regional Support and Sales office in Mexico City.
Richard Choi, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Tango Telecom, states, “Following on from our success with operators such as America Movil and Iusacell, we have seen a real market demand for our messaging and charging solutions in Latin America, specifically our Mobile Data Charging and SMS VAS solutions. The opening of an office in Latin America will enable us to take advantage of this tremendous growth opportunity”. “In order to protect their revenues and minimize churn, operators need to ensure that they are being responsive to their subscribers’ demands for innovative services. Our iAX™ Solution Portfolio is a flexible and comprehensive product suite for GSM, CDMA and fixed networks that will enable operators to rapidly launch new services to their subscribers with minimal disturbance to their existing services or networks,” he added.
Initially, the office will host a mix of local Mexican and Irish Tango employees. However the company expects to strengthen the local employee base significantly over the next 12 months.
The contact information for the new office is:
Tango Telecom Ltd
Masaryk 61 Piso 2
Mexico, D.F. 11570
Tango Telecom also announced that they will be exhibiting at the 3GSM 3G Middle East & Gulf in Dubai this September.
About Tango Telecom Ltd.
Tango Telecom is the leading provider of real-time Convergent Charging and Intelligent Messaging Solutions. Through a combination of seamless integration capabilities and an evolutionary approach to infrastructure replacement, the Tango iAX™ Solution Portfolio enables the rapid launch of new and enhanced services to maximise revenue potential, increase return on capital and minimise operational costs.
Tango Telecom works with operators such as Indosat, Iusacell, Mobitel, Q-Tel and the MTC Group to bring enhanced services to more than 100 million subscribers worldwide.