Ajman Tourism to incorporate 'Ajman Pay' in digital services

Customers can anticipate easier methods to settle all of their transactions including license renewal or license issuance of a tourism facility or a restaurant

The portal’s e-wallet provides a single-window where customers can pay and review their transactions for all government departments
The portal’s e-wallet provides a single-window where customers can pay and review their transactions for all government departments

Ajman Tourism Development Department, ATDD, has announced that it will link its digital services with Ajman Pay.

According to Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, chairman of the Ajman Tourism Development Department, the partnership guarantees to establish a framework that will enable the department to improve service quality and assure higher excellence in serving the needs of Ajman’s residents, Emirates News Agency (WAM) reported.

"The Ajman Tourism Development Department is proud to partner with Ajman Pay in providing services at par with global standards. The payment portal will indeed meet our requirements and will exceed our expectations, and we are confident that the department shall contribute further to achieving the payment portal’s objectives," he added.

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ATDD Chairman noted in agreement with the vision of the Ajman Department of Finance, that the Tourism Development Department is quite keen to position the emirate of Ajman as a leading hub in smart governance and digital transformation.
Ohoud Shehail, director-general of Ajman Digital Government, commented, "This joint cooperation with the Ajman Department of Finance aims to implement the directive and the ambitions of our leadership, which will support the digital transformation of the emirate of Ajman. Ajman Pay a unified payment portal will provide various multi-payment options that will save effort and time, as well as provide convenient and easy service for the public."

Saleh Mohammed Saleh Al Jaziri, ATDD director-general, said, "As the services of the Ajman Tourism Development Department are now linked with Ajman Pay, customers can anticipate easier and more convenient methods to settle all of their transactions including license renewal or license issuance of a tourism facility or a restaurant. In addition, the portal’s e-wallet provides a single-window where customers can pay and review their transactions for all government departments.

"Our efforts are concentrated on making our services easy, convenient, and available at all times. Since we are the first government department to link its digital services with Ajman Pay, the department guarantees more ease and quality user experience through the portal’s multiple payment options and channels," he added.

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