Sunday 29, November 2015

Dubai – MENA Herald: Microsoft has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Umm Al Quwain eGovernment Department to offer its unrivalled solutions to various departments of the Emirate. The partnership is aimed at transforming the Ummal Quwain government’s services towards digitalization. H.E. Eng. Khaled Sultan Al Shamsi, Director General of UAQ eGov Department said, “We live in an era where governments operate in a more global and connected world than ever before. This increases the need for greater collaboration between the government and private sector. Technology plays an important role in helping governments to serve citizens better, advance issues of social and economic development, and improve citizen safety and security. That is what Umm Al Quwain intends to achieve and we are certain that our partnership with Microsoft will help leverage their innovative solutions and expertise to enable us achieve our goals.”

Jawad Al-Redha, Regional Director, Public Sector, Microsoft Gulf said “At Microsoft, we are determined to empower every person and organisation on the planet to achieve more. We are committed to partnering with governments in the region and worldwide to help identify their real-time needs and to leverage technology in a way to address today’s pressing concerns. We are happy to offer our suite of solutions to Umm Al Quwain government, which will certainly enable them achieve their eGovernment goals to help engage citizens better and enhance service delivery.”