With DGIT Systems portfolio, communications and digital service providers can launch new, complex products in hours instead of weeks. Moreover, with our automated configuration, pricing, and quote management, we can offer customers a quick and seamless service experience to capture revenue faster.

DGIT’s flagship platforms are:
DGIT catalog, with visual control over products, to create a service-ready portfolio
DGIT telflow, providing order management and CPQ, and
DGIT inomial, providing automated billing and credit control.

These SaaS platforms are cloud-based for rapid deployment, with functionality designed to simplify complex service provider requirements.

DGIT has almost 80 customers – including Tier 1 and Tier 2 telecommunications providers, digital service providers, and enterprise organisations – and is rapidly expanding its customer base around the world.

Industry Insights

Service providers are constantly facing rapidly changing operating environments, more competitive markets and ever-evolving customer demands. Staying on the front foot is becoming harder – trying to guess how the industry will change next, and how your business will adapt when it does.

At DGIT Systems, our experts are often some of the first to see industry changes and how they are impacting telcos, both big and small. These experiences and insights inspired us to create regular content which we share to help others in the space navigate change and improve their products, services and speed to market.

DGIT helps service providers rapidly take new products to market.


Michael Lawrey


Michael has had a distinguished executive career in the Australian
telecommunications industry for over four decades.

As an executive director at Telstra, Michael played a key role in revolutionising its day-to-day operations through transformation of Telstra’s networks and IT, including developing and implementing Telstra’s Global Operations Centre. He was involved in several other key strategic decisions such as the building of Telstra’s transformational network and Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN).

Michael also served on the TM Forum board for over 15 years, first as Director and then as Chairman.

Greg Tilton


Greg founded DGIT in 2005, after 16 years in technical leadership roles for large telecommunications carriers.

He has been the head of OSS/BSS at the Australian National Broadband
Network (NBN), Chief Architect of Australia’s first competitive DSL network, and broadband technology lecturer at Melbourne University.

Greg is a key influencer in the TM Forum, contributing to the development of its industry standards and undertaking numerous speaking engagements at TM Forum events every year. In 2015, Greg was awarded the TM Forum Outstanding Contributor Award for his work as an ambassador for the TM Forum’s industry standards.

Doug Nixon


Doug has more than 20 years’ experience in the IT&T industry in a variety of management roles across top-tier telecommunications and enterprise organisations, with responsibility for fulfilment, IT project management, program and PMO management.

Doug joined DGIT in 2008 as the Director of Operations, and became
DGIT’s CEO in 2010. In 2017, Doug returned his executive focus to
operations, becoming Chief Operating Officer and handing the CEO
job back to Greg.

Doug has a passion for innovative software that delivers tangible benefits to DGIT’s customers, especially around fulfilment orchestration within and across organisations.


DGIT Systems has two key hubs where our teams create and collaborate: Melbourne, Australia, and Bali, Indonesia.


Melbourne is home to more than half of Australia’s ICT industry and tech talent. With its famous café culture and convenient lifestyle, it’s an ideal place to create and innovate


Bali, known as the Island of the Gods, supports a vibrant international culture and an innovative tech sector. Bali’s location and ease of access makes it the perfect business hub for the South-East Asia region.