Total Client Services (TCS) has been awarded a tender from the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality to provide it with a traffic contravention management system, including the supply of camera speed law enforcement equipment, for a minimum period of 32 months.
The tender involves the supply, implementation, and management of a traffic contravention management system, where TCS will be responsible for the capturing and processing of traffic offences for the municipality.
According to a statement, TCS was the only acceptable bidder for this tender and, as a result, the board is optimistic that the company is in a good position for the future.
TCS provides integrated traffic law enforcement solutions, comprising technology, proprietary application software and administration services to
local authorities and provincial administrations.
TCS currently services 116 municipalities in South Africa, and has developed its products and services for the imminent roll-out of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act, which will replace the current traffic law enforcement legislation in South Africa.
TCS's strategic focus has been to align its systems with the requirements of AARTO to ensure that its systems are compliant with the new legislation when implemented nationally.