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Enbaya Prepaid Meters Level 2 B-BBEE Rating 

Enbaya Prepaid Meters trading as, a leading sub-metering company providing its’ services in South Africa and exporting its’ services internationally, has achieved in 2014 B-BBEE Rating Level 2. is committed to transformation and empowerment. Broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) has been a central part of the company’s economic transformation strategy for a number of years and will continue to improve and expand in the future.The company’s view to the development of society through socio-economic development contributions and social up lifting initiatives, has led to being awarded a Level 2 B-BBEE rating. The company believes that this status is a significant milestone in progress made towards empowerment and our rating means that our customers are able to claim their spend with us, as Preferential Procurement spend. 

Empowerment and development remains a high priority for Enbaya Prepaid Meters CC. Enbaya Prepaid Meters CC plans to continue pursuing and enhancing all aspects of empowerment, with new internship programs as well as continuous enterprise development. prides itself in being on the forefront of the sub-metering industry in their B-BBEE rating and continues to strive for transformation in the sub-metering industry. On the social investment front, contributed to early childhood development through ECD-centre(s) which support a sustainable small private enterprise owned by black women which are creating a positive change in early childhood development. The eCindi-program was developed and tested through research and in practise and proved to increase the school productivity, namely to increase the achievement of learners and simultaneously decrease the cost of these education. 

The only truly foreseeable way to move South Africa forward into the future and ensure that it can compete in a globalized market, is to ensure that the early education of our children is provided in an efficient and effective manner, that is sustainable and has far reaching positive impact on society. By investing in our youth we are investing in our future and a sustainable future for our country and all South Africans. – Sean Wheller CEO of Enbaya Prepaid Meters. continued efforts and progress will extend into other areas of the business and B-BBEE development. 

The next area of development focuses on small businesses development with particular emphasis in the reseller community and small enterprise development. Through its’ new ISO initiative is planning to standardize its’ enterprise development programs to enable both the receivers of these programs and to expand the programs as well as better measure results and achievements.  Continuing and enhancing these programs is a logical step for enterprise development initiatives 

"At, we are proud and view the achievement of B-BBEE Rating Level 2 as being beneficial both our business eco-system as well as the economic growth of our industry and upliftment of previously disadvantaged people.” – Says Sean Wheller CEO of Enbaya also recognises that one of the biggest problems facing South Africa at the moment is youth unemployment and in that regard going forward is planning to launch new Internship programs in the coming year to enable young South Africans to get further experience and have a better chance of integration into the market place.  

Future Proofing Prepaid Meter Investments - Apr 2012
Unified Prepaid Utility Management to Manage Current Investment While Moving to Smart Metering.
Enbaya Prepaid Meters, a Tier One Prepaid Utilities and PBP (prepayment business process) Service Provider, is introducing Unified Prepaid Utility Management at Utility Week 2012.
Enbaya Prepaid Meters specialises in the provision of prepaid utility vending for electricity, water and gas. Enbaya has developed software systems that enable utilities to prepay both STS and AMI/AMR Smart meters on one Unified Platform encompassing all three utilities, electricity, water and gas. For utility companies and municipalities this means, for the first time, that they can keep their current investment while moving toward smart metering.
Sean Wheller CEO of Enbaya says: “South Africa and Africa in general has a large investment in STS metering equipment, which is its’ great prepaid asset. However, with technology moving forward and the need for far more extensive management and control, Smart Metering has emerged, but utility companies and municipalities need to conserve their investment while moving forward. Our foresight of this situation has been one of our primary focuses when developing a unified prepayment system”.
Though Smart Metering has become the obvious future for prepaid, many utility companies and municipalities are in great dilemma as to the management of current asset base of STS meters while moving towards Smart Metering, in addition to the financial constraints and limitation to the speed at which smart metering can be deployed. Enabling a unified prepayment system affords the utility company to preserve existing investments while moving forward at an affordable pace.
To solve the problem and future proof prepaid vending systems for utility companies and municipalities, Enbaya is offering the following options in addition to full cycle prepaid management: 
  • Preserving Investment - Migration of STS historical meters to one platform enabling the continuity of STS meters and change to Smart Prepayment metering and Smart Metering on one management platform and consumer account while keeping any historical data.
  • Unified Prepayment - Enabling water, electricity and gas both STS and Smart meters on one platform.
  • Purchasing Freedom of Choice - Manufacturer agnostic with 3rd party System Integration means that the utility company or municipality has freedom of choice to purchase from a variety of leading meter manufacturers, and manage all the various meters on one system. 
Consumer Support Centric: 
  • Web-based Consumer Login
  • System available in 250 languages
  • Consumer IVR enabled system for account management
  • WAP and SMS enabled 
To make sure that a utility company or municipality has full control over their prepaid and smart metering offering the system also provides modules such as: Arrears collection, Tariff and Rate Administration, Point of Sale Gateways, Financial Management and Accounting, SMS, WAP and IVR communications, Life Records System, Vendor Management and so much more.
To help small municipalities Enbaya Prepaid Meters also offers Prepaid Vending Hosted Solutions which will alleviate any investment in prepaid vending hardware and Arrears Collections to significantly improve your municipal cash flow and reduce deficit.
If you would like to learn more about our products and services contact us: 087 5500 870.
We hope to welcome you at Utility Week 2012, Team

Announcing Prepaid Meters Maintenance Plan – Apr 2012
On the 15th of April 2012 Enbaya Prepaid Meters introduced the Meter Maintenance program. created the Service and Maintenance Plan to safe guard the prepaid meters that our customers purchase from us.
The service and maintenance plan is designed to give our customers peace of mind should anything go wrong with meters in or outside of warranty. It is a service that saves our customers the headache of finding the right person to fix a meter while the meter user might be out of electricity or water.
To learn more about our Maintenance and Service Plan please call us on 087 5500 870.

Enbaya Prepaid Meters 2011 Top Technology 100 (TT100) Qualifier - Nov 2011
In 2011 Enbaya Prepaid Meters was awarded TT100 Qualifier in the emerging enterprise category.
TT100 is a division of the Da Vinci Institute which established the Technology Top 100 awards (TT100), South Africa’s premier annual business awards programme. TT100 is presently in its 20th year, and the programme which lauds South African companies for their technological prowess is proudly endorsed by the Department of Science and Technology (DST).
Extended Support Hours - Sep 2011 
As of September 2011 our Technical Support hours have been extended as follows: 
  • Monday to Saturday: 08:00 to 22:00
  • Sunday and Public Holidays: Voicemail messages left at our support desk will be returned every 2 hours between the hours of 8:00 to 22:00.