Tango Networks Ranked Most Fundable Company by Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
FRISCO, Texas, October 16, 2018 – Tango Networks has ranked Number 2 in Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s first annual Most Fundable Companies List, beating more than 2,500 other U.S. companies for the recognition.
Tango Networks was the only company in North Texas to make the top 15 list.
The Most Fundable Companies initiative is designed to bridge the gap between innovative companies and the capital they need to succeed.
“We’re thrilled with this recognition, which highlights how Tango Networks is revolutionizing enterprise mobile communications,” said Doug Bartek, CEO of Tango Networks. “The Most Fundable Companies initiative was a transformative experience providing us with a data-driven analysis and roadmap to secure private investment. We are excited that Pepperdine Graziadio Business School is giving entrepreneurs a platform to showcase their businesses and set them up for success with investors.”
The recognition comes on the heels of Tango Networks’ launch of the Kinetic Cloud mobile enterprise communications service. Covered by more than 60 granted patents, Tango Networks’ solutions enable enterprises to adopt Mobile Unified Communications, mobile communications recording compliance, automated enterprise application mobile integration, and Enterprise Text Messaging, which permits a company’s employees to use mobile phones to send text messages from business numbers.
The Most Fundable Companies initiative involved a multi-phase assessment that evaluated a range of company variables, including financial projections, market opportunity, intellectual property and the strength of the management team, all of which were used to produce a fundability score.
The top 15 companies from over 2,500 applicants were selected in partnership with The Venture Alliance (TVA) based on their readiness for private investment. Honorees on the inaugural list are located across the country and come from a variety of industries, including telecommunications, blockchain, and construction.