our solution


The SAP ERP andUtilities (IS-U) solution supports all business processes of public sector organisations. We help organisations maximise the value received from their Information and Communication Technology (ICT) investments, including assisting in compliance with government regulations. 

The Standard Chart of Accounts (SCOA) requires public sector organisations to relook and revisit their systems. Our SCOA-enabled ERP solution ensures that your organisation will be compliant and fully integrated. Most public sector organisations use this opportunity to do away with non-integrated solutions and introduce fully integrated solutions that are SCOA-enabled, future proofing themselves in the process. 

Our SCOA-enabled ERP solution is built on the SAP platform and ensures that your organisation is seamlessly integrated from procurement and inventory management, all the way through to project, records and facilities management. 

Our pre-built solution means that implementation time is reduced, minimising your costs and increasing your time to market.

What are the benefits?

Our SAP software-based solution provides all the benefits of a comprehensive and effective ERP system that comes prebuilt and fit to international best practice. Our solution enables public sector organisations to provide high quality services to their market in a cost-efficient manner. Our customers gain:

• Improved customer relationship management
• Improved efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery
• Accurate billing and invoicing of services
• Efficient management of addresses and regional structures
• Improved management of customer data
• Improved revenue collection
• Improved financial management

Who does it benefit?

Our ERP solution helps clients with the following key challenges:

• Disparate legacy systems and applications
• Unintegrated systems and applications
• Systems that are not compliant to government requirements such as SCOA, GRAAP, etc.
• No single view of client data
• Inconsistent and inaccurate billing in the case of municipalities
• Long periodic meter reading and billing cycles in the case of municipalities
• Lack of standard financial practices