SMS.to, a product of Intergo Telecom, offers a total of €2,000 in credits to developers that will build solutions to solve the COVID-19 crisis and participating in the upcoming HackCyprus Hackathon on the 03/April/2020 to 05/April/2020.
The Hackathon is organised by HackCyprus and Rise after the success of the previous hackathon where the hackathon was organised simultaneously from all cities, now the Hackathon will be held HFH (Hacking from Home) to protect every participant and encourage everyone to give their best.
The theme of the Hackathon will be to solve the current COVID-19 crisis with a technologic solution!
Intergo Telecom supports innovation and technology, especially in times of crisis, and offers €2,000 in credits for developers participating in this event that want to leverage their solution by using SMS.to’ business messaging functions to solve this crisis. The credits will be distributed amongst 100 participants/teams.
To redeem your credits email email@example.com mentioning HackTheCrisisCyprus hackathon and your signup email.
For questions and ideas email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Intergo Telecom Ltd
Intergo Telecom Ltd is a technology company that develops and operates CPaaS and SaaS telecommunication solutions in the Cloud. The latest product SMS.to is a complete business messaging-suite, that features both SMS Marketing & a powerful SMS API gateway. The product offers Enterprise grade Omni-Channel digital communication services to businesses. Featuring advanced messaging and AI tools, GDPR & privacy compliance options and deep personalisation, the platform allows businesses to fully integrate SMS.to with their communication systems.
We think Cyprus is able to attractand produce world-class technologists, and we envision Cyprus being a prominent startup hub in Europe and the world.
RISE is the Research Centre of Excellence in Cyprus focusing on Interactive media, Smart systems and Emerging technologies aiming to empower knowledge and technology transfer in the region. It is a joint venture between the three public universities of Cyprus – University of Cyprus, Cyprus University of Technology, and, Open University of Cyprus- , the Municipality of Nicosia, and two renowned international partners, the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany, and, the University College London, United Kingdom.
The Centre was established through the support of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme (H2020 – WIDESPREAD – 2016-2017 – Teaming Phase 2) under grant agreement No. 739578, the Cyprus Government through the Directorate General for European Programmes, Coordination and Development, the European Structural and Investment Funds, and multiple other sources.