Initial development of Chase started in 1999, with our first clients being University of Cape Town and V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. They are both still with us today. The name Chase was adopted and remains to this day.
In 2008 we acquired the Chase Software with the objective of creating a leading Operations and Risk Management platform. Continuous development investment harnessed Chase’s position in the market.
Continuous innovation and rapid transformation have been themes throughout our history and as a result we have won numerous innovation awards. On this the company has built a solid reputation. By 2012, the product allowed us to begin offering an extended range of solutions – solutions that aligned organizations’ technologies, processes and people with their overall strategies.
In 2012 a decision was taken to re-engineer Chase from the ground up. A new architecture and UI gave Chase new life with extended possibilities and functionality. Chase now includes data warehouse capabilities, extensive integration API’s, a mobile App, modern design features and ease of use functionalities. Chase extended it’s array of product offerings to include Workforce Management, PSIM, BMS capabilities, IOT, and Workplace Maintenance.
Throughout Chases’ history, we have continued to expand our offerings and capitalized on evolving market trends and technologies to benefit our clients. We remain innovative and continue to pioneer systems integration in terms of ERP, PSIM and BMS. This led to the deployment of advanced GIS components, AI capabilities, analysis tools and additional mobile applications. Chase has continued to established itself and is well positioned to extend to the global marketplace. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, underpinned by research and development. We collaborate with our clients to help them achieve their business objectives.
A decision was taken to consolidate the company’s IP into a NewCo and we joined forces with a leading listed company. This offered extensive Global reach and scalability to help Chase become a truly Global product. Great inroads were made into their extensive client base.
In August 2018 the Holdings Company split into two divisions and a new brand was formed. Chase was moved together with other specialised solutions for high-growth industries such as BPO, healthcare and water sanitation. This move provided for greater opportunities to bring the groups service offerings together and to provide comprehensive total solutions in areas such as Smart Cities. With an 8% share of the market there was a lot of headroom for growth.
In March 2019 we concluded a MBO and exited. A new direction for Chase had thus begun with a new focus into the GRC (Governance Risk & Compliance) market space.
A decision was taken to re-brand to offer diversified enterprise process management enforcing governance, risk and compliance.
The world as we knew it changed overnight and we had to adapt. Our strength in innovation with our solid foundations enabled us to harness the challenges and provide greater value. Our Enterprise Process Management Platform is paving its way as an business enhancer in field services.