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E-service could process Dubai residency applications in under 40 minutes

E-service could process Dubai residency applications in under 40 minutes

Running on the Dubai Now platform, the application facilitates the transactions and procedures required to issue residency visas.

DubaiNow platform notches up 7.5 million transactions

DubaiNow platform notches up 7.5 million transactions

Designed to provide a single, centralised, paperless service platform, its ultimate aim is to enable citizens to carry out all government transactions remotely and digitally.

Vietnamese Government implements “e-Cabinet” system

Vietnamese Government implements “e-Cabinet” system

The custom-built solutions aims to reduce meeting times by 30 per cent and remove the use of paper by the end of the year, except for confidential documents.

Transport for Wales invests in £7mn ticketing upgrade

Transport for Wales invests in £7mn ticketing upgrade

Smart ticketing machines will give passengers the option of paperless tickets and mobile technology provides more on-board information to plan journeys.

Dubai completes phase one of paperless strategy

Dubai completes phase one of paperless strategy

The six government organisations taking part in the first phase of the initiative have reduced their paper usage by 57 per cent