DM to showcase e-services at Gitex 2005

ABU DHABI — Dubai Municipality has announced their participation in Gitex Dubai 2005 under the Dubai egovernment umbrella.

By (WAM)

Published: Mon 29 Aug 2005, 10:45 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 2:48 PM

Throughout the duration of Gitex, Dubai Municipality (DM) will be showcasing a wide range of eservices to spread awareness and promote these services among Dubai’s residents.

The services that the civic body will be focusing on during Gitex include e-tendering management service, centralised billing presentment service, Dubai Municipality Clinic health certificate, food control health certificates, food import and export and online advertisement permit eservice, according to a Press release issued yesterday.

“Dubai Municipality has been participating in Gitex as a part of Dubai egovernment. In the recent years, there has been a marked increase in the use of electronic services among various segments of Dubai’s population including the corporate sector and the residents,’ said Abdul Majed Abdul Rahman, Assistant Director of Information Technology Department, Dubai Municipality.

“Keeping in line with the changing requirements of customers in the emirate, Dubai Municipality has been constantly developing new eservices with the use of the latest technology, to simplify the lives of our customers.’ “Gitex Dubai 2005 presents ample opportunities for the municipality to showcase and promote its services to a huge audience.

"Gitex is the premier IT exhibition in the region and attracts visitors and exhibitors from around the world, and we look forward to drawing mileage from the reach and popularity of the event," he added.

Dubai Municipality recently introduced a suggestions scheme that aims at creating a mechanism to encourage creativity and attract suggestions from internal and external customers that would result in continuous improvement and development of working methods, systems and procedures at Dubai Municipality, while maintaining high quality of services.

“We are keen to participate in Gitex Dubai 2005 as it will present new opportunities for us to explore, while enabling us to broaden the portfolio of our eservices that will benefit all our customers,’ concluded Abdul Rahman.

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