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May
21

eNaTiS contract extended
Posted on May 21, 2010 19:58

The Department of Transport has extended its public-private partnership with Tasima (Pty) Ltd by renewing the technology company's contract to manage, maintain and develop the National Traffic Information System (eNaTiS) for a further five years.

Tasima was awarded the original contract in December 2001 to implement and maintain a new-generation integrated vehicle and licensing management system. eNaTiS is today recognised as the most advanced of its kind on the continent, with, on average, more than 16 million monthly transactions.
The extension of the contract provides continuity and stability to the project, with vital new enhancements and functions scheduled to be rolled out in coming months. The initial contract period, including a one-year extension, lapsed in May 2008 since which time a month-on-month maintenance and development contract has been in force.

'We are very pleased with the extension of our partnership with the Department of Transport, as it allows us to now safely plan long-term projects and be assured that we’ll be able to see them through to completion,' comments Tebogo Mphuti, Tasima CEO. 'Our ultimate goal is to deliver world-class IT services and solutions to the Department and other government entities that will help them meet their service delivery targets.
'eNaTiS is not only the most advanced vehicle and driver licensing system on the continent, but is regarded as the international benchmark for systems of its kind. We are therefore proud to pin our name to a system that started with the migration of 4.6 billion transactions from the previous, decentralised vehicle and licensing management system and has managed to process more than 177 million transactions last year.  And all at virtually 100% system uptime during business hours.'

eNaTiS has achieved significant improvements to performance, functionality and stability over the past two years. The system has also accommodated growth of 53% in the country's vehicle population, a 50% increase in system users and a 90% increase in Department of Transport sites.

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