Noble has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years and DGIT Chairman Greg Tilton said he would be “an outstanding asset to the DGIT board”.
“Ian’s experience makes him the perfect addition to the DGIT board. Through his career he has worked as a software developer, in project and program management and as an executive in our Industry.”
Tilton said DGIT is the home of Telflow, a new software product for progressive communication companies. Telflow is a configurable catalog driven system, which allows organisations to change service offerings rapidly and avoid long expensive IT Projects.
“The recognition as best practice by TMForum the global Telco IT standards organisation provides them with a platform to take this innovation to market. I’m proud to part of this.”
Originally formed in Melbourne, DGIT now operates in Melbourne, Auckland, Denpasar, Singapore and London.