This is basically a simple multi-tenant scenario, and yes this is not really a problem.
Each line that you add should be in a partition, and all lines from the same company would all be in the same partition. Then make a Calling Search Space (at least one) for each company. The calling search space for Company A should include the partition that all the Company A lines are in, and any route patterns, etc. that they need to call.
As far as the prefix, since each company will have its own 9.@ route pattern (for example) then you can set the calling party transform mask uniquely for each one.
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Please find the attached HTML document, download and open it on your PC.
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