Tango Wins Emerging Company CEO Award at Tech Titans by MTBC
September 6, 2011
Irving, TX – The Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC), the largest technology trade association in Texas, announced that Jack Thompson of Tango Management Consulting (TMC) was crowned the Emerging Company CEO of the Tech Titans awards. Tech Titans are recognized as outstanding technology companies and individuals in the North Texas area who have made significant contributions to their industries during the past year.
The Fast Tech list is comprised of 35 North Texas technology companies. In its 11th year, the Fast Tech awards recognize the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. This ranking is compiled from nominations submitted directly to the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC), and independent research using publicly available information conducted by the MTBC, TravisWolff LLP and Comerica Bank. Fast Tech award winners for 2011 are determined based on percentage fiscal year revenue growth from 2008 to 2010.
“We’re proud to announce Tango Management Consulting has won our Emerging Company CEO Award and celebrate their hard work and creativity in the Retail Store Lifecycle Management industry of North Texas,” said Hernan Giraldo, Vice-President Sales for Applications Software at Alcatel-Lucent, and Chair of the MTBC’s Tech Titans steering committee. “The Tech Titans awards are the premier recognition of fast-growing, highly innovative companies that contribute to the vibrancy of the North Texas economy and make our region an exciting place to live and work.”
Upon receipt of the Emerging Company CEO Award, Jack Thompson stated, “It’s an honor to accept this award. TMC is fortunate to have the smartest and most innovative people in our industry. It is their dedication and passion for developing great software and making our clients successful that is the reason that WE as a company stand here tonight. And we are all VERY proud to be a part of the Dallas tech community.”