Quantum jump Innovations in computer technology are still taking place ...
Rates of 2.5 terrabits or the equivalent of 66 DVDs per sec is the order of breakthrough.
Something like four thousand DVDs a minute or a quarter of a million an hour!
So far the technology has been tested over short distances of a metre but refinemenst will no doubt eventually make it viabkle over far greater distances.
Georeality's focus on strategic and tactical revenue collection is increasingly enhancing results at Ladysmith-Emnambithi Municipality in KwaZuluNatal.
This past month, May, showed collection results of many percentage points above the debits raised at the beginning of May.
The software allows the credit control section to view the collection as a production line with daily comparisons to historical 'same day' results for resource allocation and 'right emphasis' during the month.
Other trending comparisons provide macro focus in terms of time periods such as past quarter, same quarter last year etc.
This set of software however is only a means to an end.
It seeks to 'de-noise' the revenue collection situation by removing the 'collectable possibilities' from the Sustainability equation.
Thereafter the Georeality sustainability modules take over to provide strategic information for reducing the risk of unrecoverable costs in service delivery.