Project : Revenue Information Management System for RTA (Road Traffic Act)

Client : Gauteng Department of Transport

A web based technology solution that gives a 360 view on revenue for the department. The implemented solution, RIMS Road Traffic Act (RIMS RTA) amalgamates multiple revenue sources for the Department that allows real-time reporting.

The solution draws source information & scanned documentation from the Registering Authorities (RA's) at ground level, RIMS Remote Console, and seamlessly integrates to eNATIS and the Departments Bank Accounts. The CARE engine ensures reliability of financial accountability by Collating, Allocating and Reconciling the data to generate accurate invoicing and statements.


Built on best of breed technologies, RIMS presents our clients with several benefits such as:

  • Automation of the reconciliation of revenue.
  • Offers traceability between original transactions captured on eNaTIS and the eventual entries on the GL system.
  • Complete support of documentations (capability to scan in cancellations and any other relevant documents for legitimate differences between amounts payable and amounts paid).
  • Provides informed and realistic revenue projections (revenue forecasting capability).
  • Enhanced internal controls, significantly reducing the likelihood of qualified audits since reconciliations now contain only accurate, complete and valid transactions.
  • Minimises fraud (inventory control and reconciliation of Face Value Forms and supporting documents).
  • Irregularities that may arise in the reporting and management of revenue can be identified timely as revenue is reported on line on a daily basis as opposed to reporting for revenue manually with a time lag of up to a month.
  • RIMS has standardised processes, RAs can now report on revenue in a uniform way and standard reports can be generated from the system.
  • The Department has managed to increase its number of agents linked to the Post Office and Provincial Centers, since the birth of RIMS in line with the revenue maximisation process. Accurate reporting and management of revenue from these new centres can be immediately realised. More so, the department is at a comfortable position to increase the number of agents to ensure the services are more accessible to the public.