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Customers to chat live today with Ajman-DED


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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter

Ajman Department of Economic Development (Ajman-DED) will have a live broadcasting session with its customers through its program “Stay Live” at 11am, for a duration of one hour, for responding to the customers’ enquiries about all the digital services that are being provided by the department’s website and smart application.

The live broadcast is also for responding to the questions related to the new digital services that have been recently launched by the department, and to explain the easy registration mechanism for availing of digital services, on Instagram Live on its account (@AJMANDED) and the account of Ajman News Network (@AJMANNEWS).

The department is keen to promote the level of digital services and to make them accessible by everybody. Furthermore, the department strives, through the programme “Stay Live”, for active communication with investors and the owners of entities and enterprises, and it would invite them to take part in this meeting, and to raise the enquiries and questions that are related to digital services.

Recently, the Department of Economic Development, DED, in Ajman had announced eight new digital services available on its website and smart application 24/7 to make it easier and convenient for customers under the exceptional circumstances prevailing in the world.

These services include the issuance of Commercial Mobile Vehicle license, Instant License (Halan), Electronic Trading (E trader) License, Business Centre License, authentication of smart contracts for service agent and business companies, renewal for more than a year, temporary suspension license based on owner request (Freeze License), and cancellation based on the authority of Ajman DED (administrative cancellation).

The services were launched as part of DED’s efforts to shift to digital transformation and to diminish the number of visits to service centres and maintain the physical distance recommended by the WHO to curb the spread of coronavirus, COVID-19, on the other part.

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