Mission: Our mission is to help clients transform and grow faster using our superior technology, people, partners, and our unmatched global experience to optimize how mobile, network and cloud resources are managed and consumed. Success and alignment in that mission depends on a strong ...
Tangoe is recognized in the Visionaries quadrant of Gartner, Inc.’s Magic Quadrant for Managed Mobility Services, Worldwide. This is the fifth consecutive time Tangoe has been evaluated by Gartner based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute in the Managed Mobility Services market.
Enterprise CIO sat down with Craig Riegelhaupt and Els Humphreys-Davies to discuss why it takes 2 to Tangoe!
We have an exciting future with significant growth opportunities, and we work closely with our customers, partners and employees to develop innovative solutions to business challenges. We strive to attract and retain top talent and to create an environment that fosters collaboration, open communication, mutual trust and respect for all of our employees.
We appreciate that innovation and agility are critical qualities for a company in our space and we value talented and diverse team-players striving to achieve high-quality outcomes for our clients and our business. Our working environment is collegial – with open and candid communication and we support each other at all times. We enjoy serving our clients and partners, and when things go well, we take the time to celebrate.
We value our people and to attract and retain top talent in our industry, we offer competitive compensation plans, attractive benefits programs, flexible work arrangements, and the opportunity for career growth and advancement. And by the way, it’s true - we love having dogs at the office.
Empowering Transformational Success through
Technology Lifecycle Management
Every industry is being disrupted. Companies need to continuously transform their businesses to remain competitive. But, the IT infrastructures they operate today are getting more complex and consume too much of IT’s time just to keep running, much less improve.
At the same time, lines of business continue to grow impatient and acquire cloud-based solutions outside of IT, while employees increasingly use personal devices and apps to access corporate data.
This is the new reality—and it is creating serious threats to an organization’s productivity and security. With fewer resources and a growing shortage of critical skills, IT leaders are finding it difficult to address these challenges and nearly impossible to focus on innovation.
At our monthly town hall, CEO Bob Irwin awards a deserving Tangoeroo with the Values award. It's great to see the hard work and dedication being acknowledged by our executive team. Congrats to our April Values Award Winner, Karen Brown!
The new year is always a great time to reflect on all that we’ve accomplished and set goals for our future. Tangoe CEO, Bob Irwin did just that at our 2018 kickoff meeting. We discussed our values, strategic goals and how to achieve and measure those objectives.
Bob energized the whole team and did 2 global broadcasts to accommodate all time zones. He introduced some new Tangoeroos and acknowledged some of our top 2017 contributors. He gave the Values award and recognized top achievers in sales for new logo, existing base and sales development.
I have been working at Tangoe full-time (More than 10 years)
Tangoe is a great company to work for, in my opinion. The culture here is just the right balance of professional, yet laid-back in terms of things like dress code (except during some client tours), and they allow dogs in the office. This backs up what management tells us: that we value the things that really matter (as opposed to appearances). We have an annual ethics training to remind us that our company values doing the right thing, and we've recently started having monthly Town Hall meetings since Bob Irwin became the CEO, in which he reminds us all of our company goals and values (such as, in Bob’s words, “We work for the good of each other” as opposed to “I work for the good of me”). And it's not just a top-down culture - every individual employee I know here, also embodies and embraces this positive culture with great ethical values and a commitment to each other - in other words, we all work hard and treat each other respectfully, out of our own commitment to do the right thing and benefit each other, not just ourselves (but we do all get the benefit individually too, on account of this culture).
Personally, I feel very valued at Tangoe - they recognize my contributions, my supervisors periodically make sure I'm being paid enough, without me even initiating salary negotiations, and my co-workers tell me they appreciate what I do and like working with me (and I try to do the same for them). Because, seriously, I work with the best team anyone could ask for - I am so grateful to get to work with these guys.
For reasons like these, I turned down offers to interview at another company that a former co-worker moved to (and tried to get me to follow him there, heh). It sounds like a great company, and he thought they would even offer me more money there, as well as equal flexibility in terms of hours and working from home just like I do at Tangoe, but I feel very loyal to Tangoe, and I feel very valued here - and I know they legitimately do need me, so I don't want to leave my wonderful team with all the work that would be a lot harder for them than for me, because of all the domain knowledge I've already accumulated over my 10 years working here.
So yeah, in summary, I love working for Tangoe, and I look forward to staying here many more years.
Honestly, I haven't personally been terribly concerned by all the merger activity, but some people have... The one thing that actually makes me consider working somewhere else someday is that eventually I would like to have a job in an area I'm really passionate about, such as educating the public about nutrition, or activism with regards to cruelty to animals (or humans!), something that would really make the world a better place. But I can't fault Tangoe for "just" doing Telecom Expense Management and the like...sometimes it's actually nice knowing that it's relatively inconsequential, no one's life is hanging in the balance if I make a mistake or can't get to some task as quickly as someone would like... But someday when my kids are not competing for attention, I would like to commit my life to a greater cause.
Advice to Management
I'm not sure I could give them any helpful advice... I'm not trained in management, and I don't desire to ever be a manager, so I'll just leave that to them, haha...
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Tangoe (Parsippany, NJ).
Had 3 person interview. A director, manager and Team lead interview me for the job one at a time. After 2 weeks I got the job and was hired. Fairly simple process.
It was fairly simple. Number given and I accepted.