Hall & Wilcox has advised the shareholders of DGIT Systems on their sale of the business to CSG International, a global business support systems provider.
Hall & Wilcox advised on all legal aspects of the transaction. Partner James Morvell and Special Counsel James Bull led the Hall & Wilcox team and were assisted by Lawyers Tamara Charlwood and Michael Henderson. Partner James Deady advised on the IP/IT aspects of the deal.
DGIT Systems is a specialist supplier of configure, price and quote (CPQ) and order management solutions to telecommunications, utilities and enterprise companies. NASDAQ-listed CSG is a provider of revenue management and digital monetisation, payment and customer engagement solutions.
James Morvell said, ‘Having acted for DGIT for a number of years now, including on a previous acquisition, we were delighted to support the DGIT shareholders on this transformational transaction. Everyone involved in the broader project team worked seamlessly and collaboratively to bring the deal together in an accelerated timeframe.’
Greg Tilton, founder and CEO of DGIT, has publicly stated that the ‘acquisition brings the advantages of global scale and a world leading monetization portfolio to both DGIT and our customers. Together with CSG, we can help CSPs thrive in today’s digital-first world.’
Hall & Wilcox is a leading independent law firm of more than 800 people, including over 100 partners, delivering legal services to corporate, public sector and private clients, both Australian-based and those offshore doing business in Australia.
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