Next generation technologies for global networks

At Bartr Technologies, we’re creating a standardised, decentralised value layer that brings together global telecoms, called the Bartr Protocol.

Humans are wonderful creatures. Great at jobs. But, not so great at tasks. Tasks tend to be monotonous, repetitive and well, pretty boring.

We spent years slogging away at the telecoms coalface, suffering the daily grind of using well-intentioned technology services to manage routing, rating and billing of millions of daily voice minutes and SMS messages. After decades of suffering this, we decided there must be a better way.

We build technologies that automate everything that can be automated, and add intelligence and optimisation to ever aspect of the complex operations of a telecoms technical and business environment.

Our solutions standardise, automate and optimise your daily task list, so that you can get on with the job of providing the best, fastest and most affordable connectivity and communications services to your partners and customers around the world.

Tasks are for machines. Humans are so much more. We believe in that ingenuity and spirt, that creativity and compassion. So we build technology that helps you unlock potential. For you, your team and business.

$300 billion

Lost by the global telecom sector due
to uncollected revenue, theft and fraud


On average of all telecoms revenue is spent on operation expenses alone

The way the world connects

Thousands of networks need to connect every day to route billions of calls, SMS and data transmissions flowing to keep the world connected. The way these connections are managed has changed very little for decades.


of the global population connected online by 2020

250 billion

Connected devices online by 2020 globally

The problem the global telecoms industry can’t ignore

The demand for reliable, efficient and affordable connectivity, anytime and anywhere, has never been greater.

The way that telecom networks and businesses manage and account for valuable transactions between and across networks needs to change.  It is inefficient and ill-equipped to deal with this rapid increase in demand and data volumes in a world of the Internet of Things, Smartphones, VoIP, Cloud Computing and an exponentially increasing number of connected devices.