Dallas-Based Tango Appoints New CFO

Tim Redfern, the former CFO/COO at Drift, brings more than 20 years of financial and operational leadership experience to Tango. He's responsible for managing the company’s global finance, accounting, and administrative functions.

Dallas-based Tango, a provider of integrated workplace management systems and store lifecycle management solutions, has appointed Tim Redfern as chief financial officer.

“We’re excited to welcome an executive of Tim’s caliber to our leadership team,” President and CEO Pranav Tyagi said in a statement.” Tim has significant experience leveraging finance to drive business improvement, decision support, and performance management and he will play a key role in Tango’s growth and future success.”

Redfern brings more than 20 years of financial and operational leadership experience to Tango and is responsible for managing the company’s global finance, accounting, and administrative functions.

Former CFO and COO at Drift

Most recently, Redfern was CFO and chief operating officer at Drift, the AI-powered customer engagement platform, leading up to the company’s acquisition by Salesloft in February.

While at Drift, he was responsible for its corporate services, operations, and customer success/services functions. Prior to his tenure at Drift, Redfern was CFO at Access, a provider of information management solutions. Tango said Redfern’s six-plus year tenure at Access was marked by substantial organic and acquisitive revenue and EBITDA growth.

“I’m energized by Tango’s genuine passion to bring market-leading, real estate solutions to the occupier, owner, and government industries,” Redfern said in a statement. “I look forward to bringing my skills and experience to the existing leadership team and helping the company continue its growth trajectory.”

Tango has hundreds of customers across more than 140 countries and is a leader in real estate and facilities management software, delivering a connected solution spanning predictive analytics, portfolio strategy, transactions, design & construction, lease administration & accounting, facilities, energy and sustainability management, desk booking, visitor, and space management.

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