The UAE’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Emirates Post Group to enable customers to purchase and recharge their e-Dirham cards at any of the 115 post-offices in the UAE.
Ibrahim bin Karam, chief commercial officer for Emirates Post, said, “The new service supports Emirates Post’s vision to achieve excellence and innovation in the delivery of public services using advanced administrative and technical systems.
“In addition, Emirates Post also provides smart services through mobile apps as well as online services which attract 1.2 million visitors per month and enjoy a 94% satisfaction rate.”
Saeed Rashid Al Yateem, assistant undersecretary of resources and budget sector, MoF, said, “The agreement allows Emirates Post to start selling, charging and re-charging e-Dirham system cards, which is a new value addition to the system.
“Emirates Post follows a local and global geographical expansion policy and adopts electronic systems that can boost the progress of the e-Dirham system as a national project aimed at raising the efficiency of e-services as well as reducing operational costs.”
June 4, 2015