Deal signals fresh opportunities for growth at communications tech business

Harrogate-headquartered Mobile Tornado, which provides workforce management and Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PTToC) technologies, has forged a new partnership with CSE Crosscom.

CSE Crosscom is one of the fastest-growing communications companies in the UK; it provides communications solutions for demanding environments and partners with the world’s most advanced technology manufacturers.

It is part of CSE Global, a global technologies group listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange with a presence spanning the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa regions.

Under the new arrangement, Mobile Tornado’s fully integrated workforce management and PTToC technologies will be available to CSE Crosscom customers across the UK.

CSE Crosscom serves customers in the events, education, facilities management, healthcare, leisure and hospitality, manufacturing, rail, retail, sporting venues, utilities and construction sectors.

It has made a number of strategic acquisitions in recent years, bringing together UK specialists CSE Chatterbox, CSE Zycomm, CSE Radiotek and DTS Solutions under one brand.

Luke Wilkinson, of Mobile Tornado, said: “CSE Crosscom is revolutionising the UK communications market by offering customers the most advanced solutions to keep teams safe, improve performance and maintain critical operations.

“This partnership creates exciting growth opportunities for Mobile Tornado and illustrates the increasingly important role of workforce management and Push to Talk over Cellular in meeting mission critical requirements.

“It is another vote of confidence in the strength and resilience of our world-leading capabilities.”

Mobile Tornado’s workforce management and Push-to-Talk over Cellular technologies are deployed in more than 30 countries worldwide with mobile operators, government agencies and enterprises.

The technologies are available via specialised rugged handset or smartphone application for Android and iOS operating systems and cellular or WiFi networks.

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