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DGIT SYSTEMS ACQUIRES BILLING SYSTEMS VENDOR INOMIAL

DGIT Systems has purchased Inomial, a Melbourne-based billing system vendor with a solid existing customer base in the Asia-Pacific region.

“Inomial’s suite of billing related products complements DGITs award-winning Telflow Service Delivery Platform”, said DGIT Systems CEO Greg Tilton. “The acquisition of Inomial provides us with a significant value- our offer now supports a full-service proposition for our customers delivered as a cloud or on-premises option.”

DGIT said the combined Telflow and Inomial value proposition was the product of the TM Forum Open Digital Architecture – powered by TM Forum Open APIs – being able to deliver a raft of services, including digital customer channels to virtualised networks.

DGIT Systems Chairman Michael Lawrey welcomed Inomial founder Mark Lillywhite to the DGIT Systems Board, saying “Mark’s ongoing involvement and contribution to DGIT Systems through his role as a Board member and Head of the Billing Systems Division will be invaluable and further strengthen our leadership in this space.”

“DGIT is on a mission to provide the most capable Quote-to-Cash and Order-to-Activate platform for the Telco and Service Provider industries,” said Lawrey.

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