Sharjah to Start Four New Technology Projects

Sharjah to Start Four New Technology Projects

According to a report, the Sharjah Economic Development Department (SEDD) started four new technological projects. They launched these projects by the end of December 2017. Sharjah to Start Four New Technology Projects

The started projects ensures the provision of innovative services and a quicken evolution to a smart government model. Moreover, these technology projects have the new portal, consumer protection site, SEDD application to provide easy to use way. It also includes the new digital service, which aim to provide flexible digital items.

Sharjah to Start Four New Technology Projects

Sultan Abdullah bin Hadda Al Suwaidi, SEDD chairman, said:

The department seeks, through such projects, to support the UAE’s vision and the national trend towards the application of a smart government model in the country to make services easier, faster and simpler to delight the dealers.

According to him, to promote business activities, the latest e-services can be a focal point. It also encourage investors to make maximum use of the economic and investment capabilities available in the emirate of Sharjah. Furthermore, it will lead to a modest economy that attains the objectives of sustainable development.

He added that this package of technical projects and new electronic services comes within the framework of the department’s keenness to develop innovative services. Additionally, this will simplify procedures for investors to enhance the emirate’s position in the global indicators.

Sharjah to Start Four New Technology Projects

He further explained that new e-services provide a solid foundation to present SEDD’s expectations to satisfy consumers. He said that It is based on saving time and effort, speeding up procedures, increasing investment activity and achieving a diversified competitive economy for sustainable development in Sharjah.

Ali Ahmed Al Naqbi, deputy director of IT Department at SEDD, stressed the importance of developing advanced technology projects and the latest electronic services, which represent a strong push on the path of smart transformation. Furthermore, he pointed out that the IT Department is looking forward to highlighting the advantages of these new projects and smart services provided by the department to its business and investor clients.

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