Tango+ applications enable security and collaboration in highly regulated industries.

Collaboration happens when people share the same process.
Today, technology enables real time collaboration online.

Tango+ is designed for the Internet, and lets business teams around the
world work together in a unified flow.



Elixir and Tango+ clients work in the most highly regulated industries in the world, with protected personal information and sensitive proprietary data.

Elixir has to be vigilant.  We cannot expose our clients to risk.  That’s why we host Tango+ applications with Armor, the leader in active cyber defense.



Armor built the world’s most secure managed cloud. Through battle-tested techniques developed by leading security experts, Armor delivers measurable outcomes for companies that need to protect sensitive data.

Elixir business solutions combine People and Process with Tango+ Technology.

Tango+ technology includes Elixir Service, Support, workFLOW IQ, and inherent security.

Security is architected in Tango+ because Elixir developed and engineered Tango+ for online and real-time delivery through a browser.


Application Program Interface (API) and Platform Interface (PI) security are innate to Tango+ technology, and segregated for two layers of software security.

Tango+ uses multi-step verification for user access, and is easily configured to the level of one user, and even for a single login instance.

Is there a Difference between Security and Compliance?


Cyber-Security is threat detection and threat intelligence in action.

Cyber-intruders, commonly called hackers, invade systems to steal data and proprietary information.  Hackers work around the clock to gain entrance and steal data.

Cyber-security is a continuous effort of offensive and defensive tactics to find intruders and chase them out as fast as possible.

Dwell time is the average time an intruder remains inside a system.  Dwell time is an effective measure of security, since the longer intruders remain inside a system, the more likely will do damage.

Compliance refers to documentation.   Compliance involves documenting and maintaining proof of specific minimum requirements of effort and action to avoid security risks, and is defined by a set of agreed upon measures enforced by an overseeing authority.


The federal government understands the imperative to advance cyber-security.  The Cyber-security National Action Plan proposes to “transform how the Government manages cyber-security…  [and] enable the retirement, replacement, and modernization of legacy IT that is difficult to secure and expensive to maintain. The CNAP plan leverages cyber-security experts from inside and outside the government to unify disparate IT and security infrastructures into a unified private, secure cloud environment. The CNAP’s stated goal is to take “each individual agency out of the business of building, owning, and operating their own IT when more efficient, effective, and secure options are available, as well as ensuring that individual agencies are not left on their own to defend themselves against the most sophisticated threats.”

The CNAP plan leverages cyber-security experts from inside and outside the government to unify disparate IT and security infrastructures into a unified private, secure cloud environment.

Both public and private industries depend on secure infrastructures.

These industries also depend on the real time elasticity of the cloud.

Security is integral for progress.  The private sector needs to step up
and secure our own infrastructures; and to do it we need to leverage
the same experts our government does.