Dubai unveils new website for business communityAugust 13th, 2009 - 12:54 am ICT by IANS
Dubai, Aug 12 (IANS) Dubai has unveiled a new advanced and user-friendly website for the emirate’s business community to improve public access to business-related information and procedures, the WAM news agency has reported.
The new website, developed by the Department of Economic Development (DED), is the first of many steps planned for the near future to improve the business community’s interaction with the department, officials said.
“The DED has always believed in adapting to changing technology and has achieved considerable success in providing high-quality online services for its customers,” said Khalid Al Kassim, deputy director general for planning and development of DED.
“We are now trying to amplify our customer-focused approach, by providing more value-added services and offering easier access to crucial information in real time,” he said.
Abdulla Hassan, executive director (IT), said the DED adopted the highest international standards and latest available secure technologies in launching its new website, www.dubaided.gov.ae.
“The new design will provide a high-tech interactive platform for our stakeholders and ensure their needs are met and queries answered promptly and accurately,” he said.
The DED has recently unveiled two new eServices on its website - to reserve and renew trade names.
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