American telecommunications company, Twilio, has broadened its reach across to Europe with the acquisition and opening of new London offices.
Offering API’s (application programming interface) designed specifically to allow developers the ability to integrate a number of services into their own telecom apps, the company’s service is currently in beta form.
The London office will act as a European headquarters for the company who plan to make the service – currently available in Poland, Austria, France and Portugal – accessible to a number of other European countries in the coming months.
Twilio’s CEO, Jeff Lawson commented on both the service and the new office location.
He said: “Through our powerful API’s we enable developers to build fantastic, innovative products.
“We estimate there are more than 10 million software developers worldwide, and we look forward to serving a greater number of them than ever before from our European headquarters in London,” Mr. Lawson added.
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