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Hayo Telecom selects for number and messaging platform

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 Hayo Telecom, a Senegalese operator, has chosen, a worldwide number and messaging service provider, as the provider of its API-enabled number and messaging platform. 


This is’s first partnership in the geographic area, and this cooperative venture  will help Hayo Telecom service its African consumers more efficiently and effectively. Hayo Telecom has now achieved Dynamic Partner Status as a partner, giving the company instant access to a number inventory.


As contact center, voice and messaging collaboration solutions continue to be in demand, the inventory management platform for voice and messaging makes it simple to monetize the opportunity in the Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) market. The platform may be integrated with Hayo Telecom’s existing business systems as well as’s “Bring Your Own Numbers” concept to handle all number inventories in one place. Sign-up, connectivity, on-line provisioning, functionality, visibilit, and reporting are all automated for the MNO through the platform.


Neil Kitcher, CEO and Co-Founder at, commented: “Traditionally, inventory management is an expensive and time-intensive process for MNOs and unfortunately, the supply chain has not experienced digital transformation like other areas of the industry. Our platform resolves this manual process for Hayo Telecom so it can manage its extensive numbering network effectively. We are constantly looking for new ways to deliver efficiencies, so breaking ground in Africa is a huge achievement for We will continue to serve operators in the region like Hayo Telecom with pride.”


Hayo Telecom has offices on four continents and serves customers in more than 25 countries. The MNO operates international points of presence (POPs) in South Africa and North America, where it offers voice, SMS, DIDs, data, and other telecommunications services.


Feraz Ahmed, CEO of Hayo Telecom: “Our services are crucial in delivering efficient transport, transmission and triple play, including voice, video and data services. We’re looking forward to continuing our efforts in bringing technology and networking to underprivileged rural areas in Africa, as well as more urbanized areas, with by our side.”

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