Senegal’s Hayo Telecom buys’s number and messaging platform

Senegal’s Hayo Telecom buys’s number and messaging platform

Hayo Telecom, a Senegalese mobile network operator, has chosen, a provider of global number and messaging services, to provide it with a fully API-enabled number and messaging platform.

The platform, says, automates the full supply chain for the operator, including sign-up, interconnect, on-line provisioning, functionality, visibility and reporting.

As a partner, Hayo Telecom receives Dynamic Partner Status, enabling it to access number inventory in real time, rather than holding excess number inventory, which, says the company, is more costly.

Neil Kitcher, CEO and Co-Founder at, explains: “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.” 

Call centre solutions and voice and messaging collaboration tools continue to be in demand and says its inventory management platform for voice and messaging makes it simple to monetise the opportunity in the communications platform as a service (CPaaS) market.

With a full suite of APIs, the platform can be seamlessly integrated into Hayo Telecom’s existing business systems and’s ‘Bring Your Own Numbers’ model means all inventory can be managed in a single platform.

Hayo Telecom is a Senegalese mobile network operator with a license for fixed, mobile, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX services. It has a permanent presence on four continents and maintains a customer base in over 25 countries. It has international points of presence (POPs) in South Africa and North America, providing services such as voice, SMS, DIDs, data, and other telecommunications-related services.


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