What entrepreneurial organization isn’t constantly seeking ways to improve benefits while capping costs, especially when it comes to the ever rising expense of providing health insurance for their employees? More than a few Arizona companies have been in the news for making bold new choices. Tango’s friends at RWC Group, an international trucking company, have rolled out a new plan with the help of Glendale-based Redirect Health in an effort they say will actually improve employee health care and keep costs down through efficient healthcare delivery systems. Redirect Health has been in the headlines a lot lately for their innovative approach that complies with the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act. With their new plan, RWC could save up to 15 percent on total health care claims costs. RWC CEO Bob Cunningham explains, “Redirect Health not only has provided the care my employees need, but the CareLogistics process helps them better navigate the system and reduces the amount of time they’ll be away from work when health care issues arise.” Sounds like a win-win to us. Click here for the full article.
Could the doom and gloom period for our local economy really be over? This article’s title says it all: Tucson Job Growth Spurs Vacancy Declines, Rent Increases. As lease rates continue to climb, investors should have a renewed interest in the Tucson community. Additionally, expect a more competitive market for all prospective buyers and tenants. All the more reason to partner with Tango on your next business venture!
Seems there’s never a dull moment in today’s fast-moving tech world. Walmart recently requested an exemption to the FAA regulations in order to test the use of drones for deliveries and property surveillance. Apollo Robotic Systems, a Tango partner and Tucson based hardware and software company, weighed in on the article: “The recent FAA exemption request from Walmart comes at a pivotal time for the drone industry. Walmart clearly understands the immense value behind using drones, including everything from safer parking lots to the inevitable future of drone delivery. Here at Apollo, we are on a mission to make drones safe, while advancing society through fully autonomous systems. Amazon and Walmart are the first of many market movers that are actively testing the waters of drone technology, and with the FAA-regulated air traffic management provided by companies like Apollo, that will become a reality.” We’re excited at Tango to see opportunities like this arise for our current and future partners. Click here for the full article!