More than 30 years ago, Peter Wesseloo identified a critical lack of effective Trade Union membership systems and services in South Africa. Trade Unions found themselves at the mercies of unscrupulous Employers, who exploited their lack of understanding of administration and kept them both poor and ignorant. He founded ProPay on the idealism of establishing a cornerstone business in the South African economy whilst empowering Trade Unions to be the light for the working class.
Working closely with Trade Unions, Peter began developing the systems to house Trade Union members and all the activities in and around Trade Union Administration. Five years of continuous development using the services of Business Analysts, Developers and computer operators, sadly resulted in a system that just couldn't deliver the services he had dreamed of delivering. A decision was taken to terminate the development, take the lessons learned and use them to create a whole new framework, one that could handle millions of transactions and talk to various modules needed to empower Trade Unions.
A whole new development team was recruited which included people with vast experience in financial systems and large membership databases. The team worked tirelessly to deliver on the specification and a couple of years later the system was fully implemented. The system has been very successful at empowering Trade Unions in South Africa. Training, research and development are the order of the day at ProPay. We never stop developing and are now able to boast over 20 different modules, all designed to empower Trade Unions to greatness. ProPay currently administers over 2 million Trade Union members working at over 65 000 employers & is the leading Trade Union Administrator of South Africa.
(South African Post) Strong communicator, structured leader with business analyst & negotiating skills. Exp managing accounts in the financial services sector a must, understanding of Trade Unions a plus.Please forward your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org;