Mahindra Comviva’s SMS hub reshapes how international SMS interoperability works. The solution functions as an intermediate for SMS traffic, with greater coverage.


To accommodate the growth in global text messaging traffic, without any interconnectivity and interoperability issues, operators are inking roaming and interworking agreements. However, the revenue benefits of an extra interworking connection might not justify the investment required to establish it.


To overcome these challenges, Mahindra Comviva’s SMS Hub offers a straightforward, efficient method of extending, establishing and managing interoperability with multiple global connections. This is to ensure better coverage of the SMS facility.


Use the SMS hub to open up new markets and enable interworking with numerous and diverse connected operators

Exploit shared technology, removing the need to introduce operator-specific hardware and software.

Use the same procedures to establish and maintain each international agreement.

Offer international SMS services as an integral part of your service plans to deliver a global user experience.

Take advantage of the sophisticated anti-spam and anti-virus filtering technology provided by the hub.

Ensure your traffic reaches its destination with easy redirection in case of problems access detailed message status feedback for all stages of the sending process.



A major challenge facing telecom operators today is complex roaming agreements. Typically, such an agreement would entail multiple payment schemes and schedules, coordination of routing policies, dispute resolution and legal and regulatory requirements.


Mahindra Comviva’s SMS Hub can enable operators to increase their connectivity globally, without inking bilateral roaming agreements. An operator planning to enhance the coverage of their SMS facility needn’t manage multiple bilateral agreements. Mahindra Comviva’s SMS Hub can be used to tap new markets and enable interworking with numerous operators.

Expand global reach with Mahindra Comviva SMS hub
Reduce capital expenditure with Mahindra Comviva SMS hub



For an operator, expanding their services portfolio globally entails increased costs and concerns.


With Mahindra Comviva’s SMS Hub, operators, when connecting to an SMS Hub, do not require to invest or scale up their existing infrastructure. All that is required is leveraging existing technology, hardware and software resources. This eliminates the need to invest in operator-specific resources, saving on an oerator’s CAPEX.



For most operators, managing high volumes of messaging traffic is a significant challenge.


With Mahindra Comviva’s SMS Hub, subscribers can send and receive messages globally with the same ease as that of a local SMS. This is enabled by the platform’s resilience and high quality, which can help the operator enhance revenues and realize additional cost efficiencies.

Enhance customer service with Mahindra Comviva SMS hub



Right-aligning messaging capacity with growth for a leading operator in West Africa



Year on year, every year, Mahindra Comviva has been recognized for excellence and innovation by some of the top agencies in the business; a feat that stands as a testament to our domain knowledge, business approach and technological excellence.

  • In over 90 markets and powering services to over one billion mobile subscribers.
  • Provides a solid foundation for delivering highly scalable, highly available messaging solutions.
  • Exploit legacy investments; incorporate advanced technology, delivery and management.
  • Solutions that accelerate revenue growth, enhance customer experiences and achieve cost efficiencies.
  • Easy integration with leading service delivery platform providers and top solution partners.
  • Compliant to various regulatory bodies across the globe.
  • Flexible commercial and deployment models with end-end support and service.
Mahindra Comviva serving 90 countries across the world
  • 2016
    • TMCnet Tech Culture Awards 2016
    • Smart Card & Payments Awards 2016
    • GTB Innovation Awards 2016
    • Kalahari Awards 2016
  • 2015
    • Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2015
    • Award 2015
    • Kalahari Awards 2015
    • Future Digital Awards 2015
    • M2Payments Latam Awards 2015
  • 2014
    • Meffys Awards 2014
    • Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2014
    • Frost & Sullivan 12th Annual 2014 India ICT Awards”
    • Global Telecoms Business Innovation Awards 2014
  • 2013
    • Meffys 2013 Awards
    • AfricaCom Awards 2013
    • Aegis Graham Bell Award 2013”
    • Global Telecoms Business Innovation Awards 2013
    • GSMA Global Mobile Awards 2013
  • 2012
    • Zimbabwe ICT Achievers Awards 2012
    • Golden Peacock Award 2012
    • Aegis Gram Bell Awards 2012”
    • World Communication Awards 2012
    • HR Leadership Award 2012
    • Asia Communications Awards 2012
  • 2011
    • Golden Peacock Award for Innovation 2011
    • Distinguished Fellow Award 2011
    • mBillionth Award South Asia 2011”
    • Aegis Gram Bell Awards 2011
    • Asia Communication Awards 2011
    • 5th CMAI National Telecom Awards 2011
    • Total Telecom’s World Vendor Awards 2011
    • Golden Peacock Innovation Award 2011
  • 2010
    • AfricaCOM Awards 2010
    • Frost & Sullivan Awards 2010
    • mBillionth South Asia Awards 2010”
    • Mobile Messaging Congress 2010
    • INFOCOM CMAI National Telecom Award 2010
    • Total Telecom’s World Vendor Awards 2010
    • GSMA Global Mobile Awards 2010
    • Golden Peacock Award for Innovation 2010
  • 2009
    • Deloitte Technology Asia Fast 500 2009
    • AfricaCOM Awards 2009
    • Golden Peacock Award for Innovation 2009”
    • Golden Peacock Award for Innovation 2009
    • GSMA’s Mobile Money for the Unbanked Initiative
    • GSMA Global Mobile Awards 2009
  • 2008
    • Golden Peacock Award for Innovation 2008
    • GSMA Mobile Asia Congress Awards 2008
    • AfricaCOM Awards 2008”
    • Deloitte Technology 2008