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Melbourne-based telco software developer DGIT has scored an export win: New Zealand's Ultrafast Fibre is using its software.

Ultrafast Fibre (UFF) is deploying fibre broadband to the central North Island area of New Zealand. The company is using DGIT's portal, gateway and enterprise service bus software to provide access seekers with an interface into UFF's systems.

Functions include searching for and qualifying addresses for services, placing orders, viewing order status, raising trouble tickets and booking appointments.

"Ultrafast Fibre is proud to incorporate DGIT's Telflow systems which will allow rapid integration between components and existing applications," said UFF CEO Maxine Elliott.

"The software is perfect for us as we continue to grow our fibre network across the central North Island. Residents in our region are amongst the first in New Zealand to access the high speed fibre to the premise service," she added.

DGIT's Telflow B2B gateway has already been certified by Australia's NBN Co, and the company's software is designed to comply with standards promulgated by TM Forum, an international association for the service provider industry.

Greg Tilton, chairman and CTO of DGIT, said this "provides equivalence for NBN integration in both New Zealand and Australia as well as the growing international markets that are adopting this standards based approach."

The deal is DGIT's first in New Zealand.

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