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interfile at
a glance

  • Acknowledged leader in Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) solutions
  • Recognised by leading global IT researcher Gartner for its eGovernment solutions.
  • Award-winning Adobe Enterprise Solutions Gold Partner
  • Received an award from the Centre for Public Service Innovation for its creation of SARSeFiling
  • Only private company to interface with SA Treasury’s Basic Accounting System
  • Unique payment gateway integrated to major SA commercial banks with Reserve Bank and PASA approvals
  • Registered Wireless Application Solution Provider (WASP) with direct connections into South African cell phone service providers
  • Total EBPP transactions processed to date exceed R600-billion in value
  • 69% BEE shareholding
  • Based in Bryanston, Johannesburg


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leaders in

Interfile is a key provider of Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) solutions in South Africa. The company was established in 2003 in order to partner the South African Revenue Service (SARS) in developing and operating SARSeFiling and has since implemented transactional and business process solutions for numerous government and private sector organisations.

Strategic consulting and development experience and expertise is supported by a team of highly skilled service delivery and operations staff who ensure that Internet and mobile services are available 24 hours a day. This has enabled Interfile to process and reconcile tens of millions of transactions totalling more than R600 billion in payments.

Experience and expertise in Adobe Enterprise Solutions has made the company one of the most prolific global development partners.

Shares in Interfile are privately held with the majority (69%) in the hands of BEE partners.

be warned:
the iStatement revolution is here

A lot of people receive their monthly utilities bill or telephone account by e-mail. To pay it, all they need to do is log onto their internet banking and make a payment.

But imagine a bill where payment is made via the bill itself (which is linked to a bank account). And imagine – with just a couple of clicks – getting full particulars on each and every charge.

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