Officials of MBME and Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce during the signing ceremony.
MBME Group PJSC, a leading national company in technology and digital solutions, has signed a collaboration agreement with Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI) in Abu Dhabi.
The agreement aims to provide digital solutions, innovative technology services and sustainability-focused API’s.
The collaboration agreement aims to establish the grounds of coordination, collaboration and joint work between both parties. The agreement between the two parties aims to focus on enhancing and engaging in strategic partnerships, advisory and consultations, and strengthening relationships with the Environment Agency, Abu Dhabi, and the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment; and sustainability initiatives by having MBME Group implement EcoMatcher features, which boosts the private sector in parallel.
Lastly advancing the initiatives and cooperation between the two parties, while mutually supporting and benefitting from the services provided by each party in their respective field.
The signing took place at ADCCI’s pavilion of the Abu Dhabi Finance Week in its second edition, in the presence of Abdelhadi Mohamed, MBME Group MD and CEO, and Ahmed Khalifa Al Qubaisi, Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Abdelhadi Mohamed asserted that MBME Group specializes in providing innovative digital and technology solutions for payment transactions and other digital services, through its unique integrated system equipped with secure, scalable and omni-channel state-of-the-art technology platforms, making MBME the nation’s largest and leading provider in the field.
He added: “Cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a significant milestone to our group’s list of achievements, given the Chamber’s notable economic weight on both a national and global scale, and this agreement will testify to our dedication and excellence in our work in the technology field. Through this strategic partnership, we look forward to an efficient relationship serving the economy at an international level at its best.”
Ahmed Khalifa Al Qubaisi emphasized that the goal of the three-year agreement is to work together in order to attract foreign investments to the capital. He further said, “ At the Abu Dhabi Chamber we are always keen to forge partnerships that further support our endeavour to empower businesses in Abu Dhabi enabling the private sector to reach its full potential within a competitive state-of-the-art ecosystem. The signed agreement with MBME will grant us access to the wide-scale facilities MBME Group provides, namely its technology and digital transformation and innovative systems, which will contribute to empowering the UAE’s public and private sectors.”
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